DOI:​10.1080/13696810903488579
Corpus ID: 193222096
The muse's journey: transcultural translators and the domestication of Hindi music in Hausa popular culture
A. U. Adamu
Published 2010
Art

Journal of African Cultural Studies
The diffusion of entertainment forms made available through small media technologies has created transnational pathways for the adoption, appropriation, adaptation and domestication of entertainment… Expand
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