• Publications of Louise Meintjes

      • Books

          • L. Meintjes.
          • (in progress).
          • Dust of the Zulu: Ngoma Song, Dance and Masculinity in the Post Apartheid Struggle.
          • L. Meintjes.
          • (2003).
          • Sound of Africa!: Making Music Zulu in a South African Studio.
          • Duke University Press.
      • Published Articles

          • L. Meintjes, Meintjes, Louise; Ochoa, Ana María; Porcello, Thomas; Samuels, David W...
          • (2012).
          • Ethnomusicology.
          • In John Jackson (Eds.),
          • Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology
          • New York:
          • Oxford University Press,.
          • Samuels, D; L. Meintjes, A Ochoa, T Porcello.
          • (2010).
          • Soundscapes: Toward a Sounded Anthropology.
          • Annual Review of Anthropology
          • ,
          • 39
          • (329-345)
          • .
          • Porcello, Thomas, Louise Meintjes, Ana Maria Ochoa, and David Samuels.
          • (2010).
          • The Reorganization of the Sensory World.
          • Annual Review of Anthropology
          • ,
          • 39
          • ,
          • 51-66.
          • T. Porcello, L. Meintjes, A-M Ochoa, D Samuels.
          • (2010).
          • The Reorganization of the Sensory World.
          • Annual Review of Anthropology
          • .
          • D Samuels, L. Meintjes, A-M Ochoa, T. Porcello.
          • (2010).
          • Soundscapes: Towards a Sounded Anthropology.
          • Annual Review of Anthropology
          • .
          • L. Meintjes.
          • (2005).
          • O sentimento da política: produzindo ‘zuluidade’ em um estúdio de gravação sul-africano. [The Feeling of Politics: Producing Zuluness in a South African Studio.].
          • Debates
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          • 8
          • ,
          • 78-92.
          • (Translated by Cláudia Souza Nunes Azevedo.)
          • L. Meintjes.
          • (2004).
          • Shoot the Sergeant, Shatter the Mountain: The production of masculinity in Zulu Ngoma Song and Dance in post Apartheid South Africa.
          • Ethnomusicology Forum
          • ,
          • 13
          • (2)
          • ,
          • 173-201.
          • (Also appears as ”Maten al soldado: música y negociación de conflicto en Sudáfrica” translated by Ana Maria Ochoa Gautier in Revista Transcultural de Música/Transcultural Music Review 10 (2006).)
          • L. Meintjes.
          • (May, 2003).
          • "Heritage and Politics: An Ethnomusicological Perspective on Nation Building and Construction of the Past".
          • .
          • (Unpublished position paper prepared for the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research)
          • L. Meintjes.
          • (2002).
          • Entries on DownTown Studios and EMI(South Africa).
          • In Shepherd and Laing (Eds.),
          • Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World, Volume One: Media, Culture and the Industry
          • Cassell: London.
          • L. Meintjes.
          • (2001).
          • "Hugh Masekela", and "Abdullah Ibrahim".
          • The New Groves Dictionary of Music and Musicians
          • .
          • L. Meintjes.
          • (1994).
          • "John Lindemann" and "West Nkosi".
          • In Broughton, Ellingham et al. (Eds.),
          • The Rough Guide to World Music
          • ,
          • 1st edition
          • The Rough Guides: London.
          • L. Meintjes.
          • (Winter 1990).
          • "Paul Simon's Graceland, South Africa, and the Mediation of Musical Meaning".
          • Ethnomusicology
          • ,
          • 34
          • (1)
          • ,
          • 37-73.
          • (Reprinted in Popular Music: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies, Simon Frith (ed), London: Routledge, (2004). Translated for reprint in Korean Journal of Musicology (forthcoming).)
      • Articles in Books

          • L. Meintjes.
          • (2012).
          • The Recording Studio as Fetish.
          • In J. Sterne (Eds.),
          • The Sound Studies Reader
          • Routledge.
          • L. Meintjes.
          • (2009).
          • The Politics of the Recording Studio: A Case Study from South Africa.
          • In Nicholas Cook, Eric Clarke, Daniel Leech-Wilkinson, and John Rink (Eds.),
          • The Cambridge Companion to Recorded Music
          • Cambridge University Press.
          • L. Meintjes.
          • (2004).
          • "Reaching Overseas: South African Sound Engineers, Technology and Tradition".
          • In P. Greene and T. Porcello (Eds.),
          • Wired for Sound: Engineering and Technologies in Sonic Cultures
          • ,
          • (pp. 23-48).
          • Middletown: Wesleyan University Press.
      • Book Reviews

          • L. Meintjes.
          • (2008).
          • The World of South African Music: A Reader edited by C. Lucia (Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Press, 2005).
          • Journal of Southern African Studies
          • ,
          • 34
          • (1)
          • ,
          • 234-236.
          • L. Meintjes.
          • (2007).
          • Representing African Music: Postcolonial Notes, Queries, Positions by Kofi Agawu (Routledge, 2003).
          • Journal of the American Musicological Society
          • ,
          • 59
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 769-777.
          • L. Meintjes.
          • (1996).
          • In the Time of Cannibals:The word music of South Africa’s Basotho migrants by David Copland (U Chicago Press, 1994).
          • American Ethnologist
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          • 23
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 648.
          • L. Meintjes.
          • (1996).
          • Marabi Nights: Early South African Jazz and Vaudeville by C. Ballantine (Ravan Press, 1993).
          • Popular Music
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          • 15
          • (2)
          • ,
          • 245-247.
          • L. Meintjes.
          • (1992).
          • African Stars: Studies in Black South African Performance by V. Erlmann (U Chicago Press, 1991).
          • Popular Music
          • ,
          • 11
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 378-380.
      • Other

          • L. Meintjes.
          • (March, 2004).
          • "Oswenka: Zulu swankers' dress competition".
          • .
          • (a collaborative sound-sight exhibition with TJ Lemon (photography), John Bower (soundscape compilation), and Louise Meintjes (field recording and collaboration co-ordinator). Exhibited at the John Hope Franklin Center for International and Interdisciplinary Studies, Duke University)
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