Books, Articles, and Chapters in Edited Volumes
Bakan, M. B. (2019). World Music: Traditions and Transformations, Third Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Nitzberg, D., & Bakan, M. (2019). “Resilience and Adaptive Management in Piano Pedagogy for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Conditions.” In Timothy J. Cooley (Ed.), Music and Sustainable Cultures (pp. 249-61). Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Bakan, M. (2018). Speaking for Ourselves: Conversations on Life, Music, and Autism. New York: Oxford University Press.
AUDIO BOOK EDITION (2018): Speaking for Ourselves: Conversations on Life, Music, and Autism. Old Saybrook, CT: Tantor Media. (Read by Kaleo Griffith)
Bakan, M. (2018). “Music and Autism, Representation and Re-presentation: An Ethnomusicological Perspective.” In Elizabeth Fein, & Clarice Rios (Eds.), Autism in Translation: An Intercultural Conversation on Autism Spectrum Conditions (pp. 109-53). Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.
Bakan, M. (2017). “Balinese Music, an Italian Film, and an Ethnomusicological Approach to Screen Music and Sound.” In Miguel Mera, Ron Sadoff, & Ben Winters (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Screen Music and Sound (pp. 61-71). New York: Routledge.
Bakan, M. (2017). “The Moral of the Story: Making Ethnomusicology Matter in the Twenty-first Century.” Journal of World Popular Music, 1-16.
Bakan, M. (2016). “Music, Autism, and Disability Aesthetics.” Journal of the American Musicological Society, 69 (2), 548-553.
Bakan, M. (2016). “War of the Worlds: Music and Cosmological Battles in the Balinese Cremation Procession.” Yale Journal of Music and Religion, 2 (2), 133-152.
Bakan, M. (2016). “The Gamelan Beleganjur as Balinese Percussion Ensemble.” In Russell Hartenberger (Ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Percussion. Cambridge University Press.
Bakan, M. (2016). “Toward an Ethnographic Model of Disability in the Ethnomusicology of Autism.” In Blake Howe, Stephanie Jensen-Moulton, Neil Lerner, & Joseph Straus (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Music and Disability Studies (pp. 15-36). New York: Oxford University Press.
Bakan, M. (2015). “‘Don’t Go Changing to Try and Please Me’: Combating Essentialism through Ethnography in the Ethnomusicology of Autism.” Ethnomusicology 59 (1), 116-144.
Bakan, M. (2014). “Ethnomusicological Perspectives on Autism, Neurodiversity, and Music Therapy.” Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy, 14, 1-23. Retrieved from https://voices.no/index.php/voices/article/view/799/660
Bakan, M. (2014). “Neurodiversity and the Ethnomusicology of Autism.” College Music Symposium, 54, 1-27. Retrieved from http://symposium.music.org/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=10673:neurodiversity-and-the-ethnomusicology-of-autism&Itemid=128
Special Issue—Ethnomusicology Scholarship and Teaching: Then, Now, and into the Future; this is an online journal.
Bakan, M. (2014). “The Musicality of Stimming: Promoting Neurodiversity in the Ethnomusicology of Autism.” MUSICultures, 41(2), 133-61.
Bakan, M. (2013). “Italian Cinema and the Balinese Sound of Greek Tragedy: Kecak Contortions and Postmodern Schizophonic Mimesis in Pasolini and Fellini.” In Kendra Stepputat (Ed.), Performing Arts in Postmodern Bali: Changing Interpretations, Founding Traditions (pp. 363-387). Graz, Austria: Shaker Verlag/Graz Studies in Ethnomusicology.
Anderson, W. A., Bakan, M. B., Campbell, P. S., Chooi-Then Lew, J., Nguyen, P., & Phoasavadi, P. (2011). “Music of Southeast Asia.” In William M. Anderson, & Patricia Shehan Campbell (Eds.), Multicultural Perspectives in Music Education, 3rd ed. (v. 3) (pp. 53-104). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield/Music Educators National Conference.
Bakan, M. (2009). “Measuring Happiness in the 21st Century: Ethnomusicology, Evidence-Based Research, and the New Science of Autism.” Ethnomusicology, 53(3), 510-18.
Bakan, M. (2009). “The Abduction of the Signifying Monkey Chant: Schizophonic Transmogrifications of the Balinese Kecak in Fellini’s Satyricon and the Coen Brothers’ Blood Simple.” Ethnomusicology Forum, 18/1, 83-106.
Bakan, M., Koen, B., Kobylarz, K., Morgan, L., Goff, R., Kahn, S., & Bakan, M. (2008). “Following Frank: Response-ability and the Co-Creation of Culture in a Medical Ethnomusicology Program for Children on the Autism Spactrum.” Ethnomusicology, 52(2), 163-202.
Bakan, M., Koen, B., Kobylarz, K., Morgan, L., Goff, R., Kohn, S., & Bakan, M. (2008). “Saying Something Else: Improvisation and Facilitative Music-Play in a Medical Ethnomusicology Program for Children on the Autism Spectrum.” College Music Symposium, 48, 1-30.
Bakan, M. (2008). “Preventive Care for the Dead: Music, Community, and the Protection of Souls in Balinese Cremation Ceremonies.” In Benjamin D. Koen (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Medical Ethnomusicology: Music, Medicine, and Culture (pp. 246-264). New York: Oxford University Press.
Koen, B., Bakan, M. B., Kobylarz, F., Morgan, L., Goff, R., Kahn, S., & Bakan, M. (2008). “Personhood Consciousness: A Child-Ability-Centered Approach to Socio-Musical Healing and Autism Spectrum ‘Disorders’.” In Koen, B. (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Medical Ethnomusicology: Music, Medicine, and Culture (pp. 461-481). New York: Oxford University Press.
Jones, J., Bakan, M. B., Falvo, R., Teel, A., & Younge, P. (2008). “Developing Intercultural Understanding: World Music Ensembles in University Percussion Education.” Percussive Notes, 46(3), 10-14.
Bakan, M. (1998). “From Oxymoron to Reality: Agendas of Gender and the Rise of Balinese Women’s Gamelan Beleganjur in Bali, Indonesia.” Asian Music, 29(1), 37-85.
Bakan, M. (1998). “Walking Warriors: Battles of Culture and Ideology in the Balinese Gamelan Beleganjur World.” Ethnomusicology, 42(3), 441-484.
Bakan, M. (1998). “Way Out West on Central: Jazz in the African-American Community of Los Angeles before 1930.” In Jacqueline Cogdell DjeDje, & Eddie S. Meadows (Eds.), California Soul: Music of African Americans in the West (pp. 23-78). Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
Bakan, M. (1994). “Lessons from a World: Balinese Methods of Applied Music Instruction and the Teaching of Western ‘Art’ Music.” College Music Symposium, 33/34, 1-22.
Bakan, M., Bryant, W., Li, G., Martinelli, D., & Vaughn, K. (1990). “Demystifying and Classifying Electronic Music Instruments.” Selected Reports in Ethnomusicology, 8, 37-64.
Bakan, M. 1986. “West African Drum Languages.” Percussive Notes, 24(2), 29-30.
Books, as Series Editor, Routledge Focus on World Music Series
De Quadros, A. (2019). Focus: Choral Music in Global Perspective. New York: Routledge.
Witulski, C. (2019). Focus: Music and Religion of Morocco. New York: Routledge.
McKerrell, S. (2016). Focus: Scottish Traditional Music. New York: Routledge.
Milioto Matsue, J. (2016). Focus: Music in Contemporary Japan. New York: Routledge.
Bohlman, P. V. (2011). Focus: Music, Nationalism, and the Making of a New Europe, Second Edition. New York: Routledge.
Williams, S. Focus: Irish Traditional Music. New York: Routledge.
Crook, L. Focus: Music of Northeast Brazil, Second Edition. New York: Routledge.
Muller, C. A. Focus: Music of South Africa, Second Edition. New York: Routledge.
Spiller, H. Focus: Gamelan Music of Indonesia, Second Edition. New York: Routledge.