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Bollywood movies and their signature song-and-dance spectacles are an aesthetic familiar to people around the world, and Bollywood music now provides the rhythm for ads marketing goods such as computers and a beat for remixes and underground bands. These musical numbers have inspired scenes in Western films such as Vanity Fair and Moulin Rouge. Global Bollywood shows how this currency in popular culture and among diasporic communities marks only the latest phase of the genre\u2019s world travels. This interdisciplinary collection describes the many roots and routes of the Bollywood song-and-dance spectacle. Examining the reception of Bollywood music in places as diverse as Indonesia and Israel, the essays offer a stimulating redefinition of globalization, highlighting the cultural influence of Hindi film music from its origins early in the twentieth century to today. Contributors: Walter Armbrust, Oxford U; Anustup Basu, U of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Nilanjana Bhattacharjya, Colorado College; Edward K. Chan, Kennesaw State U; Bettina David, Hamburg U; Rajinder Dudrah, U of Manchester; Shanti Kumar, U of Texas, Austin; Monika Mehta, Binghamton U; Anna Morcom, Royal Holloway College; Ronie Parciack, Tel Aviv U; Biswarup Sen, U of Oregon; Sangita Shrestova; Richard Zumkhawala-Cook, Shippensburg U. Sangita Gopal is assistant professor of English at the University of Oregon. Sujata Moorti is professor of women\u2019s and gender studies at Middlebury College.
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Sangita Gopal is associate professor of English at the University of Oregon. She is the coeditor of "Global Bollywood: Transnational Travels of Hindi Film Music".
Sujata Moorti is Professor and Chair of the Program in Women's and Gender Studies at Middlebury College. She is author of The Color of Rape (2002) and co-editor of Global Bollywood (2008). She has written numerous articles on gender and representation published in journals including Critical Studies in Media Communication; Media, Culture and Society, and International Journal of Cultural Studies.
Song-and-dance sequences are the hallmark of Bollywood films. Gopal (English, U. of Oregon) and Moorti (women's and gender studies, Middlebury College) introduce a dozen chapters that explore national and international aspects of this Indian genre. In cultural and historical contexts, contributors examine commercial and identity issues for home and
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