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Introducing the International Journal of Traditional Arts!

I’m very pleased to announce that the new International Journal for Traditional Arts is up, running, and now inviting submissions!

The full Call for Submissions, along with information on the background and ethos of the journal, can be found… 12 more words


The Ten Tracks Project & the Vertiskos Project

The SU blog is very excited to announce some new projects and directions we are taking. On the initiative of Ana-María Alarcón-Jiménez, our blog is now on  172 more words


Watch: Matthew Machin Autenrieth: Flamenco and the Politics of Resistance

How Spain’s greatest artform became a tool for political protest.

Matthew Machin-Autenrieth, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, explores how flamenco is used as a vehicle for political protest and a catalyst for social change. 45 more words


New Site Maps Over 230 Music Sub-Genres With YouTube Playlist Links

Want to explore music genres? This newish site sounds like just the ticket. “The result of seven years of work by a polymath Belgian architect named Kwinten Crauwels, Musicmap is almost overwhelming in its comprehensiveness. 42 more words

New Resources

SpootHawk and Game of Thrones


Music by SpootHawk – https://www.facebook.com/SpootHawk/
Video edited by Rodrigo Ferrari-Nunes and Louise Teunissen

This is a creative project in film editing and media anthropology. 197 more words


NEA 2016 National Heritage Fellowship recipients

The National Endowment for the Arts has announced the 2016 NEA National Heritage Fellowship recipients! This award is considered the highest honor for the folk and traditional arts in the United States. 396 more words