Rethinking Global Cultures
In conjunction with the Center for the Humanities' "Rethinking Global Cultures" events, this online bibliography provides direct access to the speakers’ selected works.

Chen Yi, Chinese-American composer and Distinguished Professor at the Conservatory of Music and Dance in the University of Missouri-Kansas City

CDs
 
Chen Yi: Chinese Rap, Centaur Records, 2016.  Performed by Helen Kim, KSU Symphony Orchestra, KSU Chamber Singers, KSU Wind Ensemble, Chen Yi, Michael Alexander, Conductor, David Thomas Kehler, Conductor, Leslie J. Blackwell, Conductor.
Media location:  C4211se?A
 
Music for Wind Band, Naxos, 2015.  Performed by Texas Tech University Symphonic Wind Ensemble.
Media location:  C4211se?M
 
The Music of Chen Yi, New Albion Records, 1996.
Performed by Chanticleer, The Women’s Philharmonic, JoAnn Falletta, Conductor.
Media location:  C4211se?F
 
Sound of the Five, New World Records, 2009.
Media LocationC4211so
 
Invisible curve, New World Records, 2008.  Performed by Azure Ensemble.  (Co-composed with Karen Tanaka).
Media LocationAz8511i 
 
Naxos Music Library
Chen Yi works
http://grinnell.naxosmusiclibrary.com/composer/btm.asp?composerid=25896
 
Musical Scores
 
Angel Island Passages: For Children's Chorus And String Quartet, Theodore Presser, 2011.
Print location:  M1546.5.C45 A5x 2011
 
Chinese Ancient Dances: For B? Soprano Saxophone And Piano, Theodore Presser Co., 2011.
Print location:  M269.C44x C45 2011
 
Memory: For Solo Violin, Theodore Presser, 2011.
Print location:  M42.C44x M45 2011
 
Wind: For Wind Ensemble, Theodore Presser, 2011.
Print location:  M1245.C446x W5 2011
 
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Natalie Rothman, Associate Professor of History, Department of Historical and Cultural Studies, University of Toronto Scarborough
 
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
 
Conversion and Convergence in the Venetian-Ottoman Borderlands.” Identity and Religion in the Medieval and Early Modern Mediterranean. Ed. John J. Martin.  Special issue of Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies. 41, 3 (2011): 601-634.
 
“Genealogies of Mediation: ‘Culture Broker’ and Imperial Governmentality.”  In Anthrohistory: Unsettling Knowledge, Questioning Discipline. Eds. Edward Murphy, David W. Cohen and others. University of Michigan Press, 2010, pp. 67-79.
Print location:  GN345.2 .A57 2011
 
 “Interpreting Dragomans: Boundaries and Crossings in the Early Modern Mediterranean.” Comparative Studies in Society and History, 51, 4 (October 2009): 771-800.
 
Becoming Venetian: Conversion and Transformation in the Seventeenth-Century Mediterranean.” Mediterranean Historical Review 21, 1 (June 2006): 39-75.

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Webb Keane, George Herbert Mead Collegiate Professor of Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, Interdisciplinary Program in Anthropology and History, and the Center for Southeast Asian Studies
 
Books
 
Signs of Recognition: Powers and Hazards of Representation in an Indonesian Society, University of California Press, 1997
Print location:   DS632.A52 K43 1997
 
“Subjects And Objects: Introduction.” In Handbook of Material Culture.  Co-editor with Christopher Tilly and others.  SAGE, 2006, pp. 197-202
Print location:  GN406 .H36x 2006   
 
eBooks
 
Ethical Life: Its Natural and Social Histories, Princeton University Press, 2015.
Ebrary access at http://site.ebrary.com/lib/grinnell/reader.action?docID=11093405
 
What Is Religious Freedom Supposed To Free?, The University of Chicago Press, 2015
Ebrary access at http://site.ebrary.com/lib/grinnell/reader.action?docID=11071030
 
Christian Moderns: Freedom and Fetish in the Mission Encounter, University of California Press, ©2007
Ebrary access at http://site.ebrary.com/lib/grinnell/docDetail.action?docID=10153066
 
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Sahar Amer, Professor and Chair of the Department of Arabic Language and Cultures at the University of Sydney
 
Books
 
What is Veiling?, The University of North Carolina Press, 2014.
Print location:  BP190.5.H44 A535 2014

Journal Articles and Book Chapters
 
Crossing Borders Love Between Women in Medieval French and Arabic Literatures, University of Pennsylvania Press, ©2008.

Medieval Arab Lesbians and Lesbian-Like Women.”  In Journal of the History of Sexuality, Vol. 18, No. 2, May 2009, pp. 215-236.

“Cross-Dressing and Female Same-Sex Marriage in Medieval French and Arabic Literatures.” In Islamicate Sexualities: Translations across Temporal Geographies of Desire,  Edited by Kathryn Babayan & Afsaneh Najmabadi, Harvard University Press, 2008.
Print location:  HQ76.3.I75 I75 2008

“Lesbian Sex and the Military: From the Medieval Arabic Tradition to French Literature.”  In Same Sex Love and Desire Among Women in the Middle Ages, Palgrave 2001, pp. 179-198.
Print location:  HQ75.5 .S25x 2001
 
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Kathleen Newman, Professor of Cinema and Spanish at the University of Iowa
 
Books

World Cinemas, Transnational Perspectives, co-edited with Nataša ?urovi?ová , Routledge, 2010.
Print location:  PN1995.9.T6855 W67 2010

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

“'Convocar Tanto Mundo': Narrativising Authoritarianism And Globalisation In De Eso No Se Habla.”  In An Argentine Passion: María Luisa Bemberg and her Films, Verso, 2000, pp 181-192.
Print location:  PN1998.3.B46 A74 2000

“Steadfast Love and Subversive Acts: The Politics of La Ofrenda: The Days of the Dead.” In Visible Nations: Latin American Cinema and Video, Edited by Chon A. Noriega, University of Minnesota Press, 2000.
Print location:  PN1993.5.L3 V58 2000 

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Mimi Sheller, Professor of Sociology and founding Director of the Center for Mobilities Research and Policy at Drexel University
 
Books

Consuming the Caribbean: from Arawaks to Zombies, Routledge, 2003.
Print location:  HF3312 .S54 2003
 
Democracy After Slavery: Black Publics and Peasant Radicalism in Haiti and Jamaica, University Press of Florida, 2000.
Print location:  F1924 .S54x 2000
 
Journal Articles and Book Chapters

“Globalizing Of Bananas: Of Rhizomes, Fungi, And Mobility.”  In Globalization in Practice, edited by Nigel Thrift, Adam Tickell, Steve Woolgar, and William H. Rupp, Oxford University Press, 2014, pp. 223-228.
Print location:  JZ1318 .G6784 2014

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Khurram Hussain, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Lehigh University
 
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
 
“India Forgets the 1971 War and Therefore Judges Pakistan Unfairly,” book chapter in Noah Berladsky (ed.), East Pakistan: Genocide and Persecution, Greenhaven Press, 2012
Print location:  DS395.5 .E27 2013
 
“A Muslim Revolution in Egypt,” in The Immanent Frame, February 24, 2011, http://blogs.ssrc.org/tif/2011/02/24/a-muslim-revolution-in-egypt/
 
Tragedy and History in Reinhold Niebuhr's Thought”, American Journal of Theology & Philosophy, 31, no. 2, 2010, pp. 147-159.
 
“To Understand Pakistan, 1947 is the Wrong Lens,” in Outlook, November 9, 2009, http://www.outlookindia.com/article.aspx?262535
 
 
 
 
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