Selected publications by Adelaida Reyes


The Beneficence and Tyranny of Paradigms: Kuhn, Ethnomusicology and Migration. In Ethnomusicology Matters. Influencing Social and Political Realities, eds. Ursula Hemetek, Marko Kölbl and Hande Sağlam. Vienna: Böhlau.


Of Amoebae and Musical Communities: Elusive and Ever-Present. In Out of Bounds, Ethnography, History, Music. Essays in honor of Kay Kaufman Shelemay, eds. Ingrid T. Monson, Carol J. Oja, Richard K. Wolf. Harvard Publications in Music 25. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. pp. 61-85.


Identity Construction in the Context of Migration. In Saggiatore Musicale, vol. 24, no. 1. Florence, Italy.


Music and Minorities: Research, Documentation and Interdisciplinary Studies of Minorities Around the World, co-edited with Essica Marks and Ursula Hemetek. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.


Urban Ethnomusicology: the history of an idea. In Urban People, vol. 14 no 2:193-206. Prague, Czech Republic.


Creativity, Performance, and Preservation: Voices from the Field. In Preserving Creativity in Music Practice, eds. Gisa Jaenichen and Julia Chieng. Serdang, Kuala Lumpur: UPM Press) pp. 1-12.


Asymmetrical Relations, Conflict, and Music as Human Response. In Music and Conflict: Ethnomusicological Perspectives, eds. John Morgan O’Connell and Salwa el-Shawan Castelo Branco. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.


Yearbook for Traditional Music, vol. 40, co-edited with Gerlinde Haid and Ursula Hemetek.


Explorations in Urban Ethnomusicology, co-edited with Ursula Hemetek. Vienna: Institut für Volksmusikforschung und Ethnomusikologie.

Introduction and “Urban Ethnomusicology Revisited: An Assessment of its Role in the Development of its Parent Discipline” in Explorations in Urban Ethnomusicology, pp. 9-13;15-25.


Music and Minorities. The Future Through the Past. In Authenticity and Cultural Identity. Performing Arts in Southeast Asia, ed. Yoshitaka Terada (Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology), pp. 107-120.


Ethnomusicological Method. Order and Chaos. In Turning Points in the Transformation of the Global Scene, eds. Antoni Kuklinski and Boguslaw Skuza. Warsaw, Poland: The Polish Association for the Club of Rome.


Music in America (New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press). Translated into Mandarin. 2014.


Music and Minorities. Proceedings of the First International Meeting of the International Council for Traditional Music (ICTM) Study Group for Music and Minorities, co-edited with Svanibor Pettan and Masa Komavec. Ljubljana, Slovenia: Scientific Research Center of the Slovene Academy of Sciences and Arts. ZRC Publishing.

Music, Migration and Minorities: Reciprocal Relations. In Music and Minorities (see above). Published in translation in Hudba. Revue Pre Hudobnu Kulturu, vol. XXVI. Slovakia.

Identity, Diversity, Interaction in the United States. In The United States and Canada, volume 3 of The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, pp. 504-518. New York: Garland Publishing.


Songs of the Caged, Songs of the Free. Music and the Vietnamese Refugee Experience. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

From Urban Area to Refugee Camps: How One Thing Leads to Another. In Ethnomusicology, vol. 43,(2): 201-220.


From Refugee to Immigrant. The Music of Vietnamese in the New York-New Jersey Metropolitan Area, in New Perspectives on Vietnamese Music, ed. Phong Nguyen. New Haven: Yale University South East Asia Studies Publication.


Music and Forced Migration, (special issue of The World of Music, vol. XXXII, no. 3), guest editor.

Music and the Refugee Experience. In Music and Forced Migration, vol. XXXII(3): 3-21.


Ethnic Music, the Urban Area, and Ethnomusicology. In Sociologus 29(1): 1–21.


The Role of Music in the Interaction of Black Americansand Hispanos in New York City’s East Harlem. PhD thesis, Columbia University, New York.