Bahar Şi̇mşek

focus on the audiovisual space of three feature-length narrative films made in Kurdish languages: first, Voice of My Father ( Dengê Bavê Min , Orhan Eskiköy & Zeynel Doğan, 2012), then Song of My Mother ( Klama Dayîka Min , Erol Mintaş, 2014), and finally, My Sweet Pepper Land (Hiner Saleem, 2013

Chakir Zeroual

This entry stays close to the most common definition of ‘voice’, according to which ‘voice’ corresponds to the component of speech that is mainly attributed to the vibration of the vocal folds. The phoneticians distinguish, in fact, between several modes of vocal fold vibration (or voice quality

Fruma Zachs

fiction), but are both inside and outside that tradition, undermining the dominant discourse by constituting a secret, subversive voice (or sub-culture) that challenges the dominant male voice and in so doing builds an alternative society. My use of the term ‘subversive’ intentionally evokes adversarial

Claire Dwyer

Young, British and Muslim.. By Philip Lewis. London: Continuum, 2007. Pp. 160. ISBN 978-0-8264-9730-7 (pbk), 978-0-8264-9729-1 (hbk). £12.99 (pbk), £55.00 (hbk). Young British Muslim Voices.. By Anshuman A. Mondal. Oxford: Greenwood World Publishing, 2008. Hbk. Pp. 198. ISBN 978-1-84645-019-8. $49

Sholeh Johnston

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 Journal of Persianate Studies 1 (2008) 102-119 www.brill.nl/jps Persian Rap: Th e Voice of Modern Iran’s Youth * Sholeh Johnston University of Warwick, UK Abstract Persian Rap, or Rap-e Farsi , is the latest craze in contemporary underground Iranian music

Maria Curtis

responded to by another individual. Individual voices engage in a dialogue, responding to one another in call and response. Aya’a fi Moulay ‘Abdessalam , a commercially sold cassette recorded near the tomb, provides an example of the spontaneous call and response improvisation occurring between women

Abdel Haleem, Muhammad and Badawi, Elsaid M.

the ninth letter of the alphabet; it stands for a voiced interdental fricative sound.

Abdel Haleem, Muhammad and Badawi, Elsaid M.

the second letter of the alphabet; it represents a voiced bi‐labial plosive sound.

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the eighth letter of the alphabet; it represents a voiced dento‐alveolar plosive sound.