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Harris, Rachel (2015) 'The Changing Uyghur Religious Soundscape.' Performing Islam, 3 (1-2). pp. 93-114.

Harris, Rachel and Jaschok, Maria (2015) 'Introduction: Sounding Islam in China.' Performing Islam, 3 (1-2). pp. 3-13.

Harris, Rachel and Pease, Rowan, eds. (2015) Pieces of the Musical World: Sounds and Cultures. Routledge.

Harris, Rachel (2015) '“Subhan’Allāh” (Glory to God): Listening and Weeping in a Dhikr Ceremony.' In: Harris, Rachel and Pease, Rowan, (eds.), Pieces of the Musical World: Sounds and Cultures. Oxon; New York: Routledge, pp. 123-138.

Marriage, Zoe (2015) 'Longing & celebration in Capoeira Angola.' In: Harris, Rachel, (ed.), Pieces of the world. Routledge.

Harris, Rachel (2015) 'Review: The Sacred Routes of Uyghur History RIAN THUM.' China Quarterly . (Forthcoming)

Harris, Rachel (2014) 'The Oil is Sizzling in the Pot’: Sound and Emotion in Uyghur Qur'anic Recitation.' Ethnomusicology Forum, 23 (3). pp. 331-359.

Harris, Rachel (2014) Internet rumours and the changing Uyghur religious soundscape: the case of the Snake-Monkey Woman. In: Islamic Soundscapes of China, 10 January 2014, SOAS, University of London.

Harris, Rachel (2013) 'Doing Satan’s Business: Negotiating gendered concepts of music and ritual in rural Xinjiang.' In: Gender in Chinese Music. University of Rochester Press.

Harris, Rachel and Pease, Rowan and Tan, Shzr Ee, eds. (2013) Gender in Chinese Music. University of Rochester Press. (Eastman/Rochester Studies Ethnomusicology)

Harris, Rachel (2013) 'Harmonizing Islam in Xinjiang: sound and meaning in rural Uyghur religious practice.' In: Bellér-Hann , Ildiko and Brox, Trine, (eds.), On the Fringes of the Harmonious Society: Tibetans and Uyghurs in Socialist China. Copenhagen: NIAS Press, pp. 293-317.

Harris, Rachel (2012) Borderlands: Wu Man and Master Musicians from the Silk Route. Smithsonian Folkways.

Harris, Rachel (2012) The Geographies of Ritual Practice in Rural Uyghur Society. In: Musical Geographies of Central Asia, 16-18 May 2012, SOAS, University of London.

Harris, Rachel (2012) 'Tracks: temporal shifts and transnational networks of sentiment in Uyghur song.' Ethnomusicology, 56 (3). pp. 450-475.

Harris, Rachel (2012) 'The Uyghur Muqam.' In: Levin, Theodore and Kuchumkulova, Elmira, (eds.), Music of Central Asia: an Introduction. Aga Khan Trust for Culture & University of Central Asia, pp. 251-260.

Harris, Rachel (2011) 'Invitation to a mourning ceremony: perspectives on the Uyghur internet.' Inner Asia, 13 (1). pp. 27-49.

Harris, Rachel (2009) 'Abdulla Mäjnun: Muqam Expert.' In: Rees, H., (ed.), Lives in Chinese Music. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Harris, Rachel (2009) Aq Beliq. London Uyghur Ensemble. Felmay Records. [Audio]

Harris, Rachel (2009) 'Lessons for Schools, 1: China. The production of melody in Chinese teahouse music: “adding flowers to the skeleton”.' Classroom Music, summer term 2008/9.

Harris, Rachel (2009) 'National Traditions and Illegal Religious Activities in Chinese Central Asia.' In: Nooshin, L., (ed.), Sounds of Power: Music, Politics and Ideology in the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia. Aldershot: Ashgate Press, pp. 165-185.

Harris, Rachel (2008) The Making of a Musical Canon in Chinese Central Asia: The Uyghur Twelve Muqam. Aldershot: Ashgate Press.

Harris, Rachel (2007) 'Situating the Twelve Muqam: Between the Arab World and the Tang Court.' In: Beller-Hann, I. and Cesaro, M. C. and Harris, R. and Smith Finley, J., (eds.), Situating the Uyghurs between China and Central Asia. Ashgate, pp. 69-88.

Bellér-Hann, Ildiko and Césaro, Cristina and Harris, Rachel and Smith-Finley, Joanne, eds. (2007) Situating the Uyghurs: between China and Central Asia. Aldershot: Ashgate Press.

Harris, Rachel (2005) 'Reggae on the Silk Road: the Globalisation of Uyghur Pop.' The China Quarterly, 183 (1). pp. 627-643.

Harris, Rachel (2005) 'Wang Luobin: Folksong King of the Northwest or Song Thief? Copyright, Representation and Chinese Folksongs.' Modern China, 31 (3). pp. 381-408.

Harris, Rachel (2005) 'Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.' In: Continuum encyclopedia of popular music of the world. Vol. 5. New York; London: Continuum.

Harris, Rachel (2004) 'Mäjnun: classical traditions of the Uyghurs.' SOASIS 06 (production and sleeve notes).

Harris, Rachel (2004) Singing the Village. Music, Memory, and Ritual amongst the Sibe of Xinjiang. Oxford University Press.

Harris, Rachel and Dawut, R. (2002) 'Mazar festivals of the Uyghurs: Music, Islam and the Chinese State.' British Journal of Ethnomusicology, vol. 1 . pp. 101-118.

Harris, Rachel and Muhpul, Y. (2002) 'Music of the Uyghurs.' In: The Turks, Vol.6. Istanbul: Yeni Turkiye Publications. pp. 542-549.

Harris, Rachel (2001) 'Cassettes, Bazaars and Saving the Nation: the Uyghur Music Industry in Xinjiang, China.' In: Craig, Tim and King, Richard, (eds.), Global Goes Local: Popular Culture in Asia. University of British Columbia Press (Vancouver), pp. 265-83.

Harris, Rachel (2001) 'Popular music of the Uyghurs.' In: Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, 6. Routledge.

Harris, Rachel (2000) 'From Shamanic Ritual to Karaoke: the (trans)migrations of a Chinese folksong.' CHIME, 14/15 . pp. 48-60.

Harris, Rachel (2000) 'Uyghur Musicians from Xinjiang: Music from the Oasis towns of Central Asia.' Ace Records.

Han, Enze and Palmer , James and Barnett , Robert and Bequelin , Nicholas and Millward, James A. and Harris , Rachel and Leibold , James and Bulag, Uradyn E. and Hill, Nathan and Sperling , Elliot and Shakya , Tsering and Yeh , Emily T. 'Are ethnic tensions on the rise in China? A Chinafile conversation.'

Duran, Lucy 'Soliyo: song and memory in Mande music.' In: Harris, Rachel and Pease, Rowan, (eds.), Pieces of the musical world: the study of music in culture. London: Routledge. (In Press)

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