Table of contents for Speak it louder : Asian Americans making music / by Deborah Wong.

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 Table of Contents for
 Speak It Louder: Asian Americans Making Music
 Section Chapter Title Page
Acknowledgme viii
 I. Southeast Asian Immigrants Sounding Off
Chapter 1 Asian American Performativities. 1
Chapter 2 History, Memory, Re-Membering. 21
Chapter 3 Taking (to) the Street: 58
 Cambodian Immigrants in the Philadelphia 
 Mummers Parade.
Chapter 4 Karaoke as Phantasm: Mass Mediation and 80
 in Vietnamese American Popular Music.
Chapter 5 Vietnamese American Technoculture in 104
 Orange County: 
 Pham Duy at Home.
 II. Encounters
Chapter 6 Taking (to) the Streets Again: 136
 Theorizing the Asian American Festival. 
Chapter 7 Listening to Local Practices: Asian 155
 American Performance 
 and Identity Politics in Riverside,
 III. New Interventions
Chapter 8 The Asian American Body in Performance. 177
Chapter 9 Taiko in Asian America. 223
Chapter 10 Just Being There: 275
 Making Asian American Space in the 
 Recording Industry.
Chapter 11 Finding an Asian American Audience: The 305
 Problem of Listening. 
Chapter 12 ImprovisAsians: Free Improvisation as 330
 Asian American Resistance. 
Chapter 13 Ethnography, Ethnomusicology, and Post- 357
 White Theory. 
Chapter 14 My Father's Life in Music. 386
Appendix A "Thinking of the Old Village," by Khamvong 409
 Insixiengmai (transcription and 
Bibliography 420

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Asian Americans Music History and criticism, Music Social aspects United States