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Sydney Hutchinson

She is assistant professor of ethnomusicology at Syracuse University, where she teaches courses on Latin American and Caribbean music and dance. She is editor of Salsa World: A Global Dance in Local Contexts (Temple University), author ofFrom Quebradita to Duranguense: Dance in Mexican American Youth Culture (University of Arizona), Tigers of a Different Stripe: Performing Gender in Dominican Music (University of Chicago), and numerous articles ranging from folklore to competitive air guitar. She is launching a musical activist project on race in the Dominican Republic (http://musicagainstracism.wixsite.com/home). In her spare time she yodels and plays accordion.

Artículos publicados:

Entangled Rhythms on a Conflicted Island: Digging up the Buried Histories of Dominican Folk Music

Resonancias vol. 20, n°39, julio-noviembre 2016, pp. 139-154.
DOI: http://doi.org/10.7764/res.2016.39.8