Expanding the History of Global Pop

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Have you ever heard (about) Turkish funk or Nigerian rock music? If yes, did you enjoy it? Was it kind of foreign to you? And if you did not hear about such kinds of pop music from a different cultural back- ground, that could still be a result of colonialism. We talked to researcher Holger Lund about why there is a need for an expansion and decolonization of current music history research, how this aspects the global music market, and if there is a right or wrong way to perceive non-Western pop music.

Interview by Julia Jakob, in: Arts Management Quarterly, No. 132, Sept. 2019, pp. 19-25, online in:
https://www.artsmanagement.net/Journal/No-132-Foreign-Arts-and-Where-to-Find-Them,207
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