On Site, In Sound, by Kirstie A. Dorr, and Experimentalisms in Practice, edited by Ana Alonso-Minutti, Eduardo Herrera, and Alejandro Madrid, seek new ways of thinking about Latin America as produced through transnational musical encounters. These include approaching Latin@ America and Latin America1 as a political geography and cultural imaginary, as well as decentering the musics that have “counted” as experimental and cosmopolitan (Alonso-Minutti et al.) or as world music (Dorr) in relation to the Anglo-European imagining of these geographies. Both works frame the borders of Latin America as extending beyond the normative geopolitical boundaries of the region to include diaspora networks within...

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