Publications on Orality and Technology

  • 2013. Merolla, D. Music on Dutch Moroccan websites, Performing Islam, vol. 1, no.2, pp. 291-315.

  • 2013. Merolla, D. and F. Ameka in collaboration with K. Dorvlo, Researchers as Griots? Reflections on Multimedia Fieldwork in West Africa, Oral Literature in the Digital Age: Archiving Orality and Connecting with Communities , M. Turin, C. Wheeler and E. Wilkinson (Eds.), World Oral Literature Series, Open Book Publishers, Cambridge.

  • 2012. Merolla D., J. Jansen and K. Naït-Zerrad (Eds.), Multimedia Research and Documentation of Oral Genres in Africa - The Step Forward, LIT Verlag, Munchen.
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  • 2011. McIntyre, J. and M. Reh (Eds.), From Oral Literature to Video. The case of Hausa, Köppe Verlag, Köln.
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  • 2008. Lafkioui, M. et D. Merolla, Oralité et nouvelles dimensions de l’Oralité. Intersections théoriques et comparaisons des matériaux dans les etudes africaines, Publications Langues O’, INALCO, Paris.
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  • 2008. Lafkioui, M. ‘Identity construction through bilingual Amazigh-Dutch “digital” discourse’, in M. Lafkioui and V. Brugnatelli (eds), Berber in Contact: Linguistic and Sociolinguistic Perspectives, Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, pp. 217–31.
  • 2007. Carter, S. G. ‘Moroccan youth music, social networking and the internet’, Maghreb Review, 32:4, pp. 349–75.
  • 2007. Tynes, R. ‘Nation-building and the diaspora on Leonenet: A case of Sierra Leone in cyberspace’, New Media & Society, 9:3, pp. 497–519.
  • 2006. Pinard, A. and Jacobs, S. ‘Building a virtual diaspora: Hip-hop in cyberspace’, in M. D. Ayers (ed.), Cybersounds: Essays on Virtual Music Culture, New York: Peter Lang Publishing, pp. 83–106.
  • 2006. Issa-Salwe, A. M. ‘The internet and the Somali diaspora: The web as a new means of expression’, Bildhaan: An International Journal of Somali Studies, 6, Article 8, pp. 54–67, . Accessed 16 February 2009.
  • 2005. Merolla, D. Migrant Websites, WebArt, and Digital Imagination. Migrant Cartographies, New Cultural and Literary Spaces in Post-colonial Europe , S.Ponzanesi and D.Merolla (Eds.), Lexington Books, USA, pp. 217-228.
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  • 2005. Merolla, D., De la parole aux vidéos. Oralité, écriture et oralité médiatique dans la production culturelle amazigh (berbère), Afrika Focus, Vol.18, No. 1-2, pp. 33-57.
  • 2002. Merolla, D., Digital Imagination and the ‘Landscapes of Group Identities’: Berber Diaspora and the Flourishing of Theatre, Video's, and Amazigh-Net, The Journal of North African Studies, Winter, pp. 122-131.
  • 2001. Mamadouh, V.  ‘Constructing a Dutch Moroccan identity through the World Wide Web’, The Arab World Geographer, 4:4, pp. 258–74.
  • 2000. Miller, D. and Slater, D. The Internet. An Ethnographic Approach, Oxford and New York: Berg, pp. 1–52.
  • 2000. Kadende-Kaiser, R. ‘Interpreting language and cultural discourse: Internet communication among Burundians in the diaspora’, Africa Today, 47:2, pp. 121–48.
  • 1999. Capone, S. (1999), ‘Les dieux sur le Net, l’essor des religions d’origine africaine aux Etats-Unis’, L’Homme, 39 :151, pp. 47–74.
 


 
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