MUSICAL TRIBALOGRAPHY (PART1. INTRODUCTIONS.)

MUSICAL TRIBALOGRAPHY (PART1. INTRODUCTIONS.)

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MUSICAL TRIBALOGRAPHY ESSAY
PART1. INTRODUCTIONS.
Based on Perea 2014 (Perea, John-Carlos. 2014. Intertribal Native American Music in the United States. New York: Oxford
University Press.) chapter 1, minimum of 3 citations (JUST ONLY FROM THIS BOOK.)

This section briefly introduces yourself to the instructor and peer reviewers through concepts introduced in Chapter 1 and in relation to music that is meaningful to you. This section will be structured by the following section headings from Chapter 1:
• Introducing Myself: Where Are You From? (13-15)
• Thinking About Time: Past, Present, and Future (6-8)
• Thinking About Intertribalism (8-10)
• Thinking About Names and Terminology (10-13)
For each of these four sections, you will do two things: a) reflect on how your own understanding of who you are is similar to or different from the concepts and ideas introduced in the chapter (cite specific terms and concepts); and b) choose a song that is important to you that you feel speaks to the similarities or differences you identified above.