Universiteit Leiden

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Willem van Zanten

Naam
Dr. W. van Zanten
Telefoon
+31 71 527 2727
E-mail
zanten@fsw.leidenuniv.nl

  • Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
  • Instituut CA/Ontwikkelingssociologie

Werkadres

Pieter de la Court
Wassenaarseweg 52
2333 AK Leiden
Kamernummer 4B48

Contact

  • Zanten W. van (2014), Encounters in the Context of Inspiring Sudanese Music and Problematic Theories. In: Barendregt B., Bogaerts E. (red.) Recollecting Resonances: Indonesian-Dutch Musical Encounters. Leiden: Brill. 203-230.boekdeel
  • Zanten W. van (2014), Musical aspects of popular music and pop sunda in West Java. In: Barendregt B. (red.) Sonic Modernities in the Malay World. A History of Popular Music, Social Distinction and Novel Lifestyles (919305-20005). Leiden: Brill. 323-352.boekdeel
  • Van Zanten W. (2013), A generalized perspective on elements of living culture: Listing is not enough for understanding.. In: Final Report of the 2013 IRCI meeting on ICH - Evaluating the inscription criteria for the two lists of UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention, held in Tokyo, Japan. Tokio, Japan. 138-149.'non-refereed' congresbijdrage
  • Zanten W. van (2012), Social Qualities of Time and Space created in Performing Arts of West Java: The Implications for Safeguarding Living Culture, Wacana Seni. Journal of Arts Discourse 14(1): 121-144.'refereed' artikel in een tijdschrift
  • Barendregt B. & Zanten W. van (2011), Popular music in Indonesia; Mass-mediated Fusion, Indie and Islamic music since 1998. In: Langlois T. (red.) Non-Western Popular Music (The Library of Essays on Popular Music). Farnham, England / Burlington, USA: Ashgate. 389-435.boekdeel
  • Barendregt B. & Zanten W. van (2002), Popular music in Indonesia since 1998, in particular fusion, Indie and Islamic music on video compact discs and the internet, Yearbook for traditional music 34: 67-113.'refereed' artikel in een tijdschrift
  • Zanten W. van & Barendregt B. (2000), Told in heaven to become stories on earth: A study of change in Randai theatre of the Minangkabau in West Sumatra using visual documentation from the 1930s + Documentation book. Leiden: Inst. Soc. & Cult. Stud. & Intern. Inst. for Asian studies.boek

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