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Emma McCormick-Goodhart does a deep dive into the sounds of Carpathian Ukraine with guest, Yael Strom.

Listen to the full segment here:

More links from Emma:

-> A new podcast series from Masha Udensiva-Brenner at Columbia University's Harriman Institute. It's called Voices of Ukraine and it tells stories of folks whose lives have been upended by the war.

-> Maria Sonevytsky's work and her recent Understanding the War on Ukraine Through Its Musical Culture, and older Wild Music: Ethnic Intimacy, Auto-Exoticism, and Infrastructural Activism.

-> For mixed language practices ("surzhyk") and politic: Laada Bilaniuk's Contested Tongues.

-> Here, also, is Yevgenia Belorusets' daily War Diary, copublished by friends' imprint isolarii.

 -> tracks from The Polyphony Project archive around Yale Strom's choices

-> New Yorker dispatch on Ukraine's Kraina FM that decamped to the mountains.

 

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