Edited by Steven Loza
Selected Reports Volume XI features thirty-one papers analyzing global influences on the music of Latin America. These papers are the proceedings of an international conference held at UCLA in 1999. Among the topics addressed in this volume are the historical understanding of globalization in Latin America through the concept of mestizaje, the envisioning of Latin America as a global nexus, and the effects of intercultural and intercontinental movements on local traditional and popular musical forms. Of the thirty-one papers in this volume, three are in Spanish, and the rest are in English.