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“Basta ya!”: Aesthetic Calibanism and Cold War-Era Context in the Protest Songs of Atahualpa Yupanqui Carlson, Julius Reder vol. 13 no. 2 Summer 2019
Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn and the Adventures of Peer Gynt in America Celenza, Anna vol. V no. 2 Summer 2011
Exilic Suffering: Music, Nation, and Protestantism in Cold War South Korea Chang, Hyun Kyong Hannah vol. VIII no. 1 Winter 2014
Lincoln, Persichetti and the 2nd Inauguration of Richard Nixon: a Study in Artistic Vision Versus Political Expediency Chikinda, Michael vol. XII no. 1 Winter 2018
“It’s Morning Again in America”: How the Tuesday Team Revolutionized the Use of Music in Political Ads Christiansen, Paul vol. X no. 1 Winter 2016
The Singer as Individual: Pop Singers, Music and Political Propaganda in Contemporary Maltese Electoral Campaigns Ciantar, Philip vol. X no. 1 Winter 2016
“Which Side Are You On?” Folk Tune Quotation and Protest in Western Art Music Cornett, Vanessa vol. 15 no. 1 Winter 2021
Five to One: Rethinking the Doors and the Sixties Counterculture Crenshaw, Christopher vol. VIII no. 1 Winter 2014
"There is No Authority but Yourself": The Individual and the Collective in British Anarcho-Punk Cross, Rich vol. IV no. 2 Summer 2010
Promoting Romanian Music Abroad: The Rumanian Review (1946-1956) Crotty, Joel vol. III no. 2 Summer 2009
Selective Tradition and Structure of Feeling in the 2008 Presidential Election: A Genealogy of “Yes We Can Can” Curtis, Bruce vol. 14 no. 1 Winter 2020