SELECTED PUBLICATIONS MAYCO SANTAELLA (PAST 5 YEARS)


In Press:

Revisiting ‘Improvisation’: An Analysis of Extemporaneous Movements in the Bajau Laut Igal Tradition of East Sabah, Malaysia. Book Chapter.

2019

‘Doing Rano’ Among the Kaili of Central Sulawesi: A Choreomusicological Analysis of the Body as Cultural Locus of the Sound-Movement Continuum. Asian Music Journal, 50(2).

Popularizing the Indigenous as an Alternative Modernity: The Development of Dero in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Proceedings of the 5th Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Performing Arts of Southeast Asia (PASEA). Sabah Museum, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.

2018

Performing Arts and the Royal Courts of Southeast Asia. SEADOM Connections. Vol III, Issue II, June 2018.

Resilient Music at the Margins. 2017. Directed by Jose S. Buenconsejo. In three volumes. In Manobo Dulangan, T’boli, Obo, and Cebuano (Volume 1), Pala’wan and Tagalog (Volume 2), Sama and Tagalog (Volume 3) with English subtitles. 80, 87 and112 minutes respectively. Colour, DVD. Produced by the College of Music, University of the Philippines. Supported by the National Research Council of the Philippines. Yearbook for Traditional Music.

Contemporary Musical Approaches towards the Presentation & Representation of Malaysian Identities. Proceedings of the Arts, Identity and Reality International Seminar. 7-9 July, Surabaya, Indonesia.

Revisiting ‘Improvisation’: An Analysis of Non-Pre-Choreographed Movements in the Bajau Laut Igal Tradition of East Sabah, Malaysia. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Dance Education (ICONDE 2018). Kuala Lumpur.

Discerning Sound and Movement as Single Emic Structures Among the Bajau Laut. Proceedings of the International Conference on Bajau/Sama Maritime Affairs in Southeast Asia (ICONBAJAU 2018). Sabah Museum.

Performing Arts of Southeast Asia. ICTM-PASEA Study Group Report. Bulletin of the International Council for Traditional Music. No. 137, April, 2018.

2017

Re-molding Bodies within National Kinetics: Post-Independence Tari Approaches During the Reformation Era in Central Sulawesi. Chapter in the book: Perspectives on Dance Education. NUSPARC.

Shared Practices and Idiosyncrasies of the Bajau / Sama’ Tagunggu’ Ensemble. Chapter in the book: Perspectives of Bajau/Sama’ Diasporas. NUSPARC.

Linking Seas: Bajau Propelled Cultural Links between Sulawesi and the Sulu Zone. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Bajau/Sama’ Diaspora & Maritime Southeast Asian Cultures. NUSPARC. Semporna, Malaysia.

2016

Sounding Movement Extrinsically and Intrinsically: An Ethno-Choreomusicological Analysis of Tarirai among the Bajau Laut in Semporna, Sabah. Musika Journal.

Antiphonal Histories: Resonant pasts in the Toba Batak Musical Present by Julia Byl. Book Review. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 47, pp 317-320.

Shared Practices and Idiosyncrasies of the Bajau / Sama’ Tagunggu’ Ensemble. Proceedings of the International Conference on the Bajau/Sama’ Diaspora & Maritime Southeast Asian Cultures. NUSPARC. Semporna, Malaysia.

2015

Editor of the Proceedings of the Fourth Music and Performing Arts Research Colloquium. UPSI, Malaysia.

Sustainability of the Practitioner as a Cultural Activist: The Case of Intan Sulga and Kumpulan Warisan Bajau. Proceedings of the 4th MusPA Research Colloquium. UPSI, Malaysia.

Kanci. Kesok-kesok. Ganrang. Ganrang bulo. Lae-lae. Calon. Arababu. Kolintang. Rere. Geso-geso. Bas(i). In Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Asserting Meaning in Tari and The Dialectics of Movement in Central Sulawesi. Proceedings for ICTM PASEA 2014, ISI Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia.

2014

Tradition, Kreasi Baru and Ethnotainment: Three Representational Kakula Spheres among the To Kaili of Central Sulawesi. Malaysia Music Journal, UPSI, Malaysia.

Early Music Identities among the Kaili: An Educational Approach to Applied Ethnomusicology in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Book Chapter in Sustainability in Music and the Performing Arts: Heritage, Performance, and Education. UPSI University Press.

Re-molding Bodies through National Kineticism: New Tari Pedagogical Approaches in Central Sulawesi. Proceedings for ICONDE 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Nyanyian Anak Kaili. Kaili Children’s Songs Book and Audio Recording. Yayasan Modero Palu, Palu, Indonesia.

Editor for the Proceedings of the 1st International Music and Performing Arts Conference. Faculty of Music & Performing Arts, UPSI.

2013

The Kakula of Central Sulawesi as the Southernmost Point of a Lineage: Current Practices and Cultural Links. In Musika Journal 9, UP Center for Ethnomusicology.