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Articles by Noriko Manabe

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Noriko Manabe is Associate Professor of Music Studies at Temple University. Her book, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: Protest Music After Fukushima (Oxford) won the John Whitney Hall Book Prize from the Association for Asian Studies and Honorable Mention for the Alan Merriam Prize from the Society for Ethnomusicology. She is currently writing her second book, Revolution Remixed: Intertextuality in Protest Music, and co-editing the volumes, Nuclear Music (with Jessica Schwartz) and Oxford Handbook of Protest Music (with Eric Drott), all under contract with Oxford University Press. She has published articles on protest music, rap and the Japanese language, hip hop DJs, new media, and the music business in Ethnomusicology, Popular Music, Twentieth-Century Music, Music and Politics, Asian Music, and Asia-Pacific Journal, among other publications. She is series editor for 33-1/3 Japan, a book series on Japanese popular music and an extension of the 33-1/3 series on popular albums, at Bloomsbury Publishing. More about her work can be found on her website (http://www.norikomanabe.com) and her academia.edu site (http://temple.academia.edu/norikomanabe).