Amanda Weidman

2018 Weidman, Amanda “Vision, Voice, and Cinematic Presence.” (with Constantine Nakassis) differences 29(3): 107-136. 1
2017 Weidman, Amanda “The Remarkable Career of L.R. Eswari.” In Vamping the Stage: Female Voices of Asian Modernities, ed. Andrew Weintraub and Bart Barendregt. University of Hawaii Press. 1
2016 Weidman, Amanda “Iconic Voices in Post-Millennium Tamil Cinema.” In Music in Contemporary Indian Film: Memory, Voice, Identity, ed. Jayson Beaster-Jones and Natalie Sarrazin, Routledge 1
2016 Weidman, Amanda “Echo and Anthem: Representing Sound, Music, and Difference in Two Colonial Modern Novels.” In Audible Empire, ed. Ron Radano and Tejumola Olaniyan. Duke University Press, pp 314-333. 1
2015 Weidman, Amanda “Voice.” In Keywords in Sound Studies, ed. David Novak and Matt Sakakeeny. Duke University Press, pp 232-245. 1
2014 Weidman, Amanda “Anthropology and Voice.” Annual Review of Anthropology 43: 37-51 1
2014 Weidman, Amanda “Neoliberal Logics of Voice: Playback Singing and Public Femaleness in South India.” Culture Theory and Critique 55(2): 175-193 1
2012 Weidman, Amanda “The Ethnographer as Apprentice: Embodying Socio-Musical Knowledge in South India.”  Anthropology and Humanism 37(2): 214-235 1
2012 Weidman, Amanda “Voices of Meenakumari: Sound, Meaning, and Self-Fashioning in Performances of an Item Number.” Journal of South Asian Popular Culture 10 (3): 307-318 1
2011 Weidman, Amanda “Anthropology and the Voice.” Anthropology News 52(1):13 1
2010 Weidman, Amanda “Sound and the City: Mimicry and Media in South India.”  Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 20(2): 294-313 1
2006 Weidman, Amanda Singing the Classical, Voicing the Modern: The Postcolonial Politics of Music in South India. Duke University Press. 1
2005 Weidman, Amanda “Can the Subaltern Sing?  Music, Language, and the Politics of Voice in Early Twentieth-Century South India.”  Indian Economic and Social History Review 42(4): 485-511 1
2003 Weidman, Amanda “Guru and Gramophone: Fantasies of Fidelity and Modern Technologies of the Real.” Public Culture, 15 (3): 453-476 1
2003 Weidman, Amanda “Gender and the Politics of Voice: Colonial Modernity and Classical Music in South India.” Cultural Anthropology 18(2): 194-232 1