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Alejandro L. Madrid

In the 1920s, the Mexican composer Julián Carrillo (1875-1965) developed a microtonal system called El Sonido 13 (The 13th Sound).

Latin American Studies Program

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Various

Editors: Barry Maxwell and Raymond Craib

Latin American Studies Program

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Various

Editors: Teri L. Caraway, Maria Lorena Cook, and Stephen Crowley 

Latin American Studies Program

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Daniel Gold

Examines the changing role of music in a small Gwalior ashram, focusing on the use of film-music styles for prayer songs. The DVD features clips of different musical styles and interviews with…

South Asia Program

Daniel Gold

Explores religious life and sensibilities in a group of interconnected working class neighborhoods. Members of Dalit groups, higher caste Hindus, and Muslims living in a Hindu area all comment on…

South Asia Program

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Daniel Gold

Examines the religious life of Gwalior's Sindhis, Hindus whose families arrived from the far west of the subcontinent after its partition in 1947. Although most maintain a strong Hindu identity,…

South Asia Program

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Bandara Herath

This reader is designed for the use of students who are learning intermediate Sinhala language in order to improve their reading skills and reading comprehension.

South Asia Program

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Kenneth M. Roberts

This book explores the impact of economic crises and free-market reforms on party systems and political representation in contemporary Latin America.

Latin American Studies Program

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Bandara Herath

Spoken Sinhala Grammar is a supplementary handbook of basic colloquial Sinhala grammar for classroom instruction, but also as a resource for reference and for self-study students.  This handbook…

South Asia Program

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Lourdes Casanova, Julian Kassum

Is Brazil ready to take its place among the world's leading powers?

Latin American Studies Program

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