Algerian dīwān, Moroccan gnawa, Tunisian stambeli and more.
- Traveling Spirit Masters: Moroccan Gnawa Trance and Music in the Global Marketplace by Deborah Kapchan, 2007.
- Stambeli: Music, Trance, and Alterity in Tunisia by Richard C. Jankowsky, 2010.
- Blackness in Morocco: Gnawa Identity Through Music and Visual Culture by Cynthia J. Becker, 2020.
- “Women Singers in Darfur, Sudan Republic” by Roxane Connick Carlisle, The Black Perspective in Music, Vol. 3, No. 3, 1975.
- "The Tuareg: Their Music and Dances" by James A. Standifer, The Black Perspective in Music, Vol. 16, No. 1, 1988.
- "The Gnawa of Oujda: Music at the Margins in Morocco" by Tony Langlois, The World of Music, Vol. 40, No. 1, 1998.
- "Black Spirits, White Saints: Music, Spirit Possession, and Sub-Saharans in Tunisia" by Richard C. Jankowsky, Ethnomusicology, Vol. 50, No. 3, 2006.
- “Hunters, Sufis, soldiers, and minstrels: The diaspora aesthetics of the Moroccan Gnawa" by Cynthia Becker, Anthropology and Aesthetics, No. 59/60, 2011.
- “Discovering Diwane: ancestral African ritual music” by Rachida Lamri, Open Democracy, May 2015.
- “A Peep Into the Early History of North African Music” by Kayode Olusola, April 2015.
- "Can Stambeli, the Spiritual Music of Tunisia, Be Saved?" by Sarah Souli, VICE, 2016.
- "Contentious Spectacle: Negotiated Authenticity within Morocco's Gnawa Ritual" by Christopher Witulski, Ethnomusicology Vol. 62, No. 1, 2018.
- “The "Right" Kind of Ḥāl: Feeling and Foregrounding Atmospheric Identity in an Algerian Music Ritual" by Tamara Dee Turner in Music as Atmosphere: Affective Sounds and Collective Feelings, 2020."
- “Music and Trance as Methods for Engaging with Suffering" on Algerian dīwān, by Tamara Dee Turner, ETHOS, Vol. 48, Issue 1, 2020.
- "Hausa Songs in Algeria: sounds of trans-Saharan continuity and rupture" by Tamara Dee Turner, The Journal of North African Studies, 2021.
- "Going Underground in Cairo’s Night Club Scene" by Amuna Wagner, Amaka, October 2022.
- "From Harlem to Cairo: On Jazz and Liberation" by Amuna Wagner, Amaka, November 2022.
PODCASTS & RADIO
PODCASTS & RADIO
- “Borderless Sounds: The New North Africa” by Afropop Worldwide, August 2020. 59m.
- “The Business of Music in North Africa” by Uduak Oduok, Africa Music Law, September 2020.