Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-242), discographies (pages 243-244) , and index.
La crisis colombiana: contextualizing the political moment -- A Miami sound machine: deconstructing the Latin(o) music boom of the Late 1990s -- Shakira as the Idealized transnational citizen: media perspectives on Colombianidad in transition -- Florecita Rockera: gender and representation in Latin(o) American rock and mainstream media -- The Colombian vallenato acá y allá : allegory for a musical ImagiNation -- The Colombian transcultural aesthetic recipe: music video in the "New" American studies -- Afterword: U.S.-Colombian popular music and identity: acknowledging the transnational in the National.
Online resource; title from e-book title screen (JSTOR platform, viewed September 20, 2016).
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