Women's songs from West Africa

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Full title: Women's songs from West Africa / edited by Thomas A. Hale and Aissata G. Sidikou.
Other authors: Hale, Thomas A. 1942- (Editor)
Sidikou, Aïssata G., (Editor)
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : new perspectives on women's songs and singing in West Africa /
  • Thomas A. Hale and Aissata G. Sidikou
  • Wolof women break the taboo of sex through songs /
  • Marame Gueye
  • Jola kanyalen songs from the Casamance, Senegal : from "tradition" to globalization /
  • Kirsten Langeveld
  • Azna deities in the songs of Taguimba Bouzou : a window on the visible and invisible /
  • Boubé Namaïwa
  • Initiation and funeral songs from the Guro of Côte d'Ivoire /
  • Ariane Deluz
  • Praises performances by jalimusolu in the Gambia /
  • Marloes Janson
  • Saharan music : about a feminine modernity /
  • Aline Tauzin
  • Songs by Wolof women /
  • Luciana Penna-Diaw
  • A heroic performance by Siramori Diabaté in Mali /
  • Brahima Camara and Jan Jansen
  • Women's tattooing songs from Kajoor, Senegal /
  • George Joseph
  • Drummed poems by Songhay-Zarma women of Niger /
  • Fatima Mounkaïla
  • Space, language, and identity in the palm tree /
  • Aissata G. Sidikou
  • Bambara women's songs in southern Mali /
  • Bah Diakité
  • Patriarchy in songs and poetry by Zarma women /
  • Aissata Niandou
  • Muslim Hausa women's songs /
  • Beverly B. Mack
  • Lamentation and politics in the Sahelian song /
  • Thomas A. Hale
  • Transformations in Tuareg tende singing : women's voices and local feminisms /
  • Susan J. Rasmussen
  • Income strategies of a jelimuso in Mali and France /
  • Nienke Muurling.