Rachel Harris is Reader in the Music of China and Central Asia at SOAS, University of London, UK. Her research interests include global musical flows, identity politics, gender, and ritual practice. She is the author of two books on musical life in China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, and co-editor of three books. She currently leads an AHRC Research Network and the Leverhulme Research Project 'Sounding Islam in China'. She is actively engaged with outreach projects relating to Central Asian and Chinese music, including recordings, musical performance, and consultancy. Martin Stokes is King Edward Professor of Music at King's College, London, UK. He has taught ethnomusicology at Queen's University Belfast, the University of Chicago, and Oxford. He is the author of The Arabesk Debate: Music and Musicians in Modern Turkey (1992), and The Republic of Love: Cultural Intimacy and Turkish Popular Music (2010). His edited volumes include Ethnicity, Identity and Music (1994) and (with Karin Van Neiuwkerk and Mark Levine) Islam and Popular Culture (2015).