Bole to Harlem via Tel Aviv: networks of Ethiopia's musical diaspora†

@article{WebsterKogen2016BoleTH,
  title={Bole to Harlem via Tel Aviv: networks of Ethiopia's musical diaspora†},
  author={Ilana Webster-Kogen},
  journal={African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={9},
  pages={274 - 289}
}
ABSTRACT One of the fastest growing sources of domestic labor in the Global North is Ethiopia, whose female population travels to North America, Europe, and the developed Middle East to work for remittances to send home. Once these migrants settle in cities such as London, Abu Dhabi, Tel Aviv, Rome, or Toronto, they organize themselves into cultural enclaves that navigate their positionality, namely the state, religious practice, and their bodies. While scholars are occasionally interested in… Expand
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