SELECTED PUBLICATIONS NAILA CERIBAŠIĆ


Books

2003

Hrvatsko, seljačko, starinsko i domaće: Povijest i etnografija javne prakse narodne glazbe u Hrvatskoj/ Croatian, rural, antique and homey: History and ethnography of the public practice of traditional music in Croatia. Zagreb: Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku


Peer-reviewed papers

2019

Sevdalinka i Zagreb do kraja 1950-ih: pokušaj rekonstrukcije/Sevdalinka and Zagreb until the end of 1950-s: an attempt to a recontrucstion, together with H. Zdunić, P. Ćaleta, M. Jerković, I. Božić, M. De Bona, K. Zečević Bogojević. In Narodna umjetnost, 56/1, 149–191.

2018

Kroatien – Traditionelle Musik. In Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart – MGG Online, ed. Laurenz Lütteken. Kassel, Stuttgart, New York: https://www.mgg-online.com/mgg/stable/46626.

2017

O participacijskom mehanizmu, ulozi zajednica i stručnjaka u programu nematerijalne kulturne baštine: Prilog analizi stranputica humanistike / On participatory mechanisms, the role of communities and experts in the program of intangible cultural heritage. In Stranputice humanistike, eds. Petar Bagarić, Ozren Biti and Tea Škokić, Zagreb: Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku, 153-185.

2016

Heritage Music and Professionalization – Some examples from Croatia. In Music and Dance in Southeastern Europe: New Scopes of Research and Action; Fourth Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Music and Dance in Southeastern Europe, eds. Liz Mellish, Nick Green and Mirjana Zakić. Beograd: ICTM Study Group on Music and Dance in Southeastern Europe – Faculty of Music, University of Arts, Belgrade, 113-119.

2014

The Status of ‘Tradition’ in Croatian Ethnomusicology, and the Issue of ‘Going Pidgin’ Ethnomusicology. In 3rd Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Music and Dance in Southeastern Europe, eds. Elsie Ivancich Dunin et al., 1-6.

2014

UNESCO’s Program of Intangible Cultural Heritage, Women, and the Issue of Gender Equality”. In A Feminist Critique of Knowledge Production, eds. Silvana Carotenuto, Renata Jambrešić Kirin and Sandra Prlenda. Napoli: L’Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”, 53-69.

Revivalist Articulations of Traditional Music in War and Postwar Croatia. In The Oxford Handbook of Music Revival, eds. Caroline Bithell and Juniper Hill. London – New York: Oxford University Press, 325-349.

2013

Musical Cosmopolitanism and Nationalism: Croatian Civic Press, Ethnomusicological Sources and Kuhač’s Legacy in the 1920s and 1930s”. In Franjo Ksaver Kuhač (1834-1911): Musical Historiography and Identity / Glazbena historiografija i identitet, eds. Vjera Katalinić and Stanislav Tuksar. Zagreb: Hrvatsko muzikološko društvo, 43-55.

2010

Croatian Traditional Music Recordings: The 1990s and 2000s., together with Joško Ćaleta. In Journal of American Folklore 123 (489), 331-345.

2009

New Wave of Promoting National Heritage: UNESCO’s ‘Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage’ and its Implementation. In 6th International Symposium “Music in Society”, ed. Jasmina Talam. Sarajevo: Muzička akademija u Sarajevu–Muzikološko društvo Federacije Bosne i Hercegovine, 124-137.

2008

Macedonian Music in Croatia: The Issues of Traditionality, Politics of Representation and Hybridity. In The Human World and Musical Diversity: Proceedings from the Fourth Meeting of the ICTM Study Group “Music and Minorities” in Varna, Bulgaria 2006, eds. Rosemary Statelova et al.. Sofia: Institute of Art Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Science, pgs. 83-90.

Post-Yugoslavian Ethnomusicologies in Dialogue, together with Ana Hofman and Ljerka Vidić Rasmussen). In Yearbook for Traditional Music 40, 33-45.

2007

Musical Faces of Croatian Multiculturality. In Yearbook for Traditional Music 39, pgs. 1-26.

2004

The Production of Peculiarity and Dignity: A Short Overview of the Public Practice of National Minorities’ Folk Music and Dance in Croatia. In Manifold Identities: Studies on Music and Minorities, eds. Ursula Hemetek et al.. London: Cambridge Scholars Press, 191-200.

Između etnomuzikoloških i društvenih kanona: Povijesni izvori o sviračicama narodnih glazbala u Hrvatskoj /Between ethnomusicological and social canons: Historical sources on women playing traditional instruments. In Between gender and nation: ethnological and folklore studies, eds. Renata Jambrešić Kirin and Tea Škokić. Zagreb: Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku - Centar za ženske studije, 147-164.

2003

Social Canons Inherited from the Past: Women Players of Folk Music Instruments in Croatia. In Studia Musicologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 44/1-2, 147-158.

2001

In Between Ethnomusicological and Social Canons: Historical Sources on Women Players of Folk Music Instruments in Croatia. In Narodna umjetnost 38/1, 21-40.

2000

Defining Women and Men in the Context of War: Images in Croatian Popular Music in the 1990s”. In Music and Gender, eds. Pirkko Moisala and Beverley Diamond. Urbana – Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 219-238.

Folklore Music Practice and Cultural Policy: The Paradigm of Folklore Festivals in Croatia”. In Arti musices 31/1-2, 225-232.

1998

Ethnomusicology and Ethnochoreology at the Institute During the Nineties. In Narodna umjetnost 35/1, 53-71.

Folklore Festivals in Croatia: Contemporary Controversies. In The World of Music 40/3, 25-49.

Heritage of the Second World War in Croatia: Identity Imposed upon and by Music. In Music, Politics, and War: Views from Croatia, ed. Svanibor Pettan. Zagreb: Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, 109-129.

1995

Gender Roles During the War: Representations in Croatian and Serbian Popular Music 1991-1992”. In Collegium Antropologicum 19/1, 91-101.