Academic articles and book chapters by Sydney Hutchinson
- “Outsider, insider, and imagined tourists: Some notes on musical and cultural tourism in the Dominican Republic.” Forthcoming. In Sun, Sound, and Sand: Reflections on Music Touristics in the circum-Caribbean, eds. Daniel Neely and Timothy Rommen. Oxford University Press.
- “No ma’ se oye el fuinfuán: The noisy accordion in the Dominican Republic.” 2012. In The accordion in the Americas: Klezmer, polka, tango, zydeco, and more, ed. Helena Simonett. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, pp. 249-267.
- “Típico, folklórico, or popular? Musical categories, place, and identity in a transnational listening community.” 2011. Popular Music 30(2):245-262.
- “Merengue típico in New York City: A history.” 2011. Camino Real. 4(5): 104-127.
- “Becoming the tíguera: Female accordionists in Dominican merengue típico.” 2008. World of Music, 50(3): 37-56. Reprinted in The World of Music: Readings in ethnomusicology. 2012. Max Peter Baumann, ed. Berlin: Verlag für Wissenschaft und Bildung, pp. 531-550.
- “Merengue típico: Transnational regionalism and class transformations in a neotraditional Dominican music.” 2006. Ethnomusicology 50(1):37-72.
Journalistic articles by Sydney Hutchinson
- A Midnight Serenade, a little description of fieldwork on merengue tipico for Folkways Magazine
- An essay on Tatico Henríquez for El Caribe newspaper
- A travel article about listening to tipico in Santiago
- An article about tipico places in Queens written by Sydney Hutchinson appeared in the journal of the Queens Council on the Arts, “Urban Folk,” in 2004.
- An article on making guiras featuring the work of Pinto Guira (Francisco Duran) and written and photographed by Sydney Hutchinson appeared in the Fall 2002 issue of Voices, the magazine of the New York Folklore Society.
In the news
- In June 2003, Newsday published an article on merengue tipico and a series of events organized by Sydney Hutchinson.
- See a 2002 article from Newsday on Pinto, Berto, Sydney, & Radhames
- In 2002, Sydney Hutchinson, Rafaelito and Radhamés Polanco gave a lecture-demonstration at the Tarrytown Public Library sponsored by the Hudson Valley Writers Center.