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Publications for Jasmine Hornabrook

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Journal Articles

Hornabrook, J (2023) Getting louder: music, “feedback loops” and social change in the Tamil transnational music scene, Cultural Trends, 32(4), pp.398-415, ISSN: 0954-8963. DOI: 10.1080/09548963.2023.2214081.

McKerrell, S and Hornabrook, J (2022) Mobilizing traditional music in the rural creative economy of Argyll and Bute, Scotland, Creative Industries Journal, 15(3), pp.237-256, ISSN: 1751-0694. DOI: 10.1080/17510694.2021.1928420.

Clini, C, Hornabrook, J, Keightley, E (2021) Televising the Partition of British India: Memory, identity and the privatisation of the past in 70th anniversary commemorative broadcasting, Media History, 28(4), pp.543-559, ISSN: 1368-8804. DOI: 10.1080/13688804.2021.1958672.

Clini, C, Hornabrook, J, Keightley, E (2021) Migration, arts and the negotiation of belonging: an analysis of creative practices within British Asian communities in London and Loughborough, AmeriQuests, 16(1), ISSN: 1553-4316.

Hornabrook, J (2019) Gender, new creativity and Carnatic music in London, South Asian Diaspora, 11(2), pp.193-208, ISSN: 1943-8192. DOI: 10.1080/19438192.2019.1568663.

Hornabrook, J (2018) Cultural Engagement and Intercultural Musical Exchange in “Songs of the Saints: Tamil Traditions and New Creativities”, World of Music (New Series), 7(1+2), pp.135-154.

Hornabrook, J (2018) Songs of the Saints: Song Paths and Pilgrimage in London's Tamil Hindu Diaspora, Asian Music, 49(2), pp.106-150, DOI: 10.1353/amu.2018.0017.

Hornabrook, J (2017) South Indian singing, digital dissemination and belonging in London’s Tamil diaspora, Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies, 2(2), pp.119-136, ISSN: 2057-0341. DOI: 10.1386/jivs.2.2.119_1.


Hornabrook, J, Clini, C, Keightley, E (2024) Moving memories: Remembering, and forgetting, the Partition of Bengal between South Asia and the United Kingdom. In Roy, R, Sengupta, J, Bandyopadhyay, S (ed) The Long History of Partition in Bengal: Event, Memory, and Identity, Routledge India.

Hornabrook, J, Clini, C, Keightley, E (2021) Creative memory, methodology, and the postcolonial imagination. In Bell, E and Sengupta, SS (ed) Empowering Methodologies in Organisational and Social Research, Routledge,ISBN: 9780367370589. DOI: 10.4324/9780429352492.

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