Category Archives: Publication

CfP: „Politics, culture and communication in the populist momento”

The journal Research & Development, which is housed at the Universidad del Norte (Barranquilla – Colombia) wishes to inform the scientific and academic community in Latin America and internationally that a call for papers for a special issue is open: „Politics, culture and communication in the populist momento”, which will be published in the second half of 2018. In the …Read more »

CfP: New Book Series: Popular Musics Matter

Popular Musics Matter: Social, Political and Cultural Interventions Eoin Devereux, Aileen Dillane and Martin J. Power The Popular Musics Matter: Social, Political and Cultural Interventions series will publish internationally informed edited collections, monographs and textbooks which engage in the critical study of popular music performances (live and recorded), historical and contemporary popular music practitioners and artists, and participants and audiences …Read more »

CfP: Participatory Art & Digital Culture

Critical Arts: South-North Cultural and Media Studies Guest editor: Kris Rutten Editorial consultant: Leora Farber Theme In this special issue of Critical Arts we aim to explore participatory art practices that specifically engage with technology and digital media. There has been a growing body of art that focuses on social practices, networks and processes as constituting the artwork itself. This …Read more »

Publications

Popular Music Publications: PopScriptum 12: Sound, Sex und Sexismus Butt, Gavin; Eshun, Kodwo; Fisher, Mark (Hg.): Post Punk Then And Now. London: Repeater. Hawkins, Stan (Hg.): The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music and Gender St. John, Graham (Hg.): Weekend Societies: Electronic Dance Music Festivals and Event-Cultures Edited by Graham St John Bloomsbury The Beatles Ian Inglis, University of Northumbria …Read more »

Blog: Project ‘Performers’ rights: making music in the digital era’

Dear all, I’d like to let you know that I’ve created a website documenting my Leverhulme-funded project ‘Performers’ rights: making music in the digital era’ (https://www.performerslegalrights.org/). I’ve posted some data relevant to the project and will be adding to it over time. Of note is a blog on performers and performance with an inaugural post by Simon Frith. Don’t miss …Read more »

CfP: Riffs- Experimental research on Popular Music

The editorial team of Riffs: Experimental research on Popular Music invite 300 word proposals for the next 2017 volume from PhD, MA and outstanding BA students. A song can be about anything About peace or war, or the sins of industry Or the discontents of fame, or of obscurity Or how we first met, on the warmest day And how …Read more »

Publikation: The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music and Gender

The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music and Gender, edited by Stan Hawkins (Routledge Press). https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-Research-Companion-to-Popular-Music-and-Gender/Hawkins/p/book/9781472456830 A Facebook page has been established for the book:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1451066118236847/     Table of Contents 1. Introduction: Sensing Gender in Popular Music, Stan Hawkins PART 1 Masculinities, Femininities, Community and Transcultural Practice Overview, Stan Hawkins 2. Growing up to be a rapper? Justin Bieber’s duet with Ludacris …Read more »

CfP: New Book Serie: Popular Musics Matter: Social, Political and Cultural Interventions

Eoin Devereux, Aileen Dillane and Martin J. Power The Popular Musics Matter: Social, Political and Cultural Interventions series will publish internationally informed edited collections, monographs and textbooks which engage in the critical study of popular music performances (live and recorded), historical and contemporary popular music practitioners and artists, and participants and audiences for whom such musics embody aesthetic, cultural and …Read more »

CfP: Special Issue – Participatory Art & Digital Culture

Critical Arts: South-North Cultural and Media Studies Guest editor: Kris Rutten Editorial consultant: Leora Farber Theme In this special issue of Critical Arts we aim to explore participatory art practices that specifically engage with technology and digital media. There has been a growing body of art that focuses on social practices, networks and processes as constituting the artwork itself. This …Read more »

Event: Stand-Up Politics? Populism, comedy and popular culture.

1-6pm, 19th May, LSB 01.21 University of East Anglia, Norwich Research Park, Norwich NR4 7TJ To mark the publication of Russell Brand: Comedy, Celebrity, Politics (Arthurs and Little, 2016), this half-day symposium will bring together a wide range of thinkers for an interdisciplinary exploration of the contemporary relationship between stand-up comedy, politics and protest movements. While there has always been …Read more »

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