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Ntama: Journal of African Popular Music and Culture.

Ntama: Journal of African Popular Music and Culture. Edited by Wolfgang Bender. Institut fur Ethnologie und Afrikastudien; Johannes Gutenberg-Universitat Mainz. Frequency and first issue not apparent; no apparent back issues. Primarily in English with occasional articles in German or French. Online format (HTML). Access: Free. "Das Ntama--projekt war einer der deutschen Beitrage zum UN--Jahr 2001 'Dialog zwischen den Kulturen,' die von der deutschen UNESCO Komission ausgewahlt wurden" (Web page). Dates are vague at this site, but "Ntama is still being updated. Since we moved the site to a new content management system there are still some minor adjustment[s] to do, [and] one is the question about the date of the postings.... The Ntama project is entirely based on the work of volunteers (students of anthropology and African linguistics)" (Andreas Wetter [Institut fur Ethnologie und Afrikastudien], e-mail message to Tracey Rudnick, dated 30 March 2004). Ntama includes articles, book and recording reviews, events, obituaries, and links to information on African hip-hop, Afroeurope, and African music.
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Date:Sep 1, 2004
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