Table of contents for A song for Europe : popular music and politics in the Eurovision song contest / Edited by Ivan Raykoff and Robert Deam Tobin.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.

Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.


Counter
Contents
Introduction
Notes on Contributors
Chapter 1. ¿Camping on the Borders of Europe,¿ Ivan Raykoff
Chapter 2. ¿Return to Ethnicity: The Cultural Significance of Musical Change in the Eurovision Song Contest,¿ Alf Bj÷rnberg
Chapter 3. ¿Eurovision at 50: Post-Wall and Post Stonewall,¿ Robert Deam Tobin
Chapter 4. ¿Chanson, Canzone, Schlager, and Song: Switzerland¿s Identity Struggle in the Eurovision Song Contest,¿ Michael Baumgartner
Chapter 5. ¿Chasing the ¿Magic Formula¿ for Success: Ralph Siegel and the Grand Prix Eurovision de la Chanson,¿ Thorsten Hindrichs
Chapter 6. ¿Fernando, Filippo, and Milly: Bringing Blackness to the Eurovision Stage,¿ Lutgard Mutsaers
Chapter 7. ¿Finland, Zero Points: Nationality, Failure, and Shame in the Finnish Media,¿ Mari Pajala
Chapter 8. ¿The Socialist Star: Yugoslavia, Cold War Politics and the Eurovision Song Contest,¿ Dean Vuletic
Chapter 9. ¿Lithuanian Contests and European Dreams,¿ Bjorn Ingvoldstad
Chapter 10. ¿Russian Body and Soul¿: t.A.T.u. Performs at Eurovision 2003,¿ Dana Heller
Chapter 11. ¿Gay Brotherhood: Israeli Gay Men and the Eurovision Song Contest,¿ Dafna Lemish
Chapter 12. ¿Articulating the Historical Moment: Turkey, Europe, and Eurovision 2003,¿ Thomas Solomon
Chapter 13. ¿¿Everyway That I Can¿: Auto-Orientalism at Eurovision 2003,¿ Matthew Gumpert
Chapter 14. ¿Idol Thoughts: Nationalism in the Pan-Arab Vocal Competition Superstar,¿ Katherine Meizel
Chapter 15. ¿¿Changing Japan, Unchanging Japan¿: Shifting Visions of the Red and White Song Contest,¿ Shelley D. Brunt

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Eurovision Song Contest.
Popular music -- Competitions -- Europe.
Popular music -- Political aspects -- Europe.