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Fall/Winter 2016, 37:2

Latin American Music Review
Highland Afro-Ecuadorian Bomba and Identity along the Black Pacific at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century
Francisco Lara and Diana Ruggiero
“Somos la mezcla perfecta, la combinación más pura, cubanos, la más grande creación”: Grooves, Pleasures, and Politics in Today’s Cuba
Kjetil Klette Boehler
Músicos y tambores en la etnomusicología de la transculturación: Fernando Ortiz, los tamboreros de Regla y la etnografía afrocubana
Jorge Pavez Ojeda


Sun, Sea, and Sound: Music and Tourism in the Circum-Caribbean. Timothy Rommen and Daniel T. Neely​
Hannah Rogers
Sounds of the Citizens: Dancehall and Community in Jamaica. Anne M. Galvin
Wayne Marshall
Carlos Aldama’s Life in Batá: Cuba, Diaspora, and the Drum. Umi Vaughn and Carlos Aldama
Kenneth Schweitzer
The Militant Song Movement in Latin America: Chile, Uruguay, and Argentina. Pablo Vila, ed.
Julianne Graper
El Sistema: Orchestrating Venezuela’s Youth. Geoffrey Baker
Ludim R. Pedroza
Roy Cape: A Life on the Calypso and Soca Bandstand. Jocelyne Guilbault and Roy Cape
Amelia K. Ingram
Spinning Mambo into Salsa: Caribbean Dance in Global Commerce. Juliet McMains
Sarah Town
Songs That Make the Road Dance: Courtship and Fertility Music of the Tz’utujil Maya. Linda O’Brien-Rothe
Andrés R. Amado
Between Nostalgia and Apocalypse: Popular Music and the Staging of Brazil. Daniel B. Sharp
Tom Moore
Musical Life in Guyana: History and Politics of Controlling Creativity. Vibert C. Cambridge
Kenneth Bilby
Chilean New Song: The Political Power of Music, 1960s–1973. J. Patrice McSherry
Luis Achondo