Blog Archive

For readers who might want to find previous blog posts, here’s a digest with links:

THE MUSICOLOGY NOW KERFUFFLE OF 2016

Guest blog by Gillian Rodger: “Cultural Cringe”

Guest blog by Jeremy Grimshaw: “Talking about Rhythm and Race After #MNkerfuffle”

Call for blog participation: privilege in the American Musicological Society

Rhetorical Fault Lines, Part 1

ADVICE FOR YOUNG ACADEMICS / THOUGHTS ABOUT THE ACADEMY

Top 7 reasons why young scholars should contribute to The Avid Listener

On Mentoring in the Academy

Junior Faculty Post-Workshop Reflections

On Conferences and Small Successes

Adjunct Instructor Advocacy

A Manifesto for the Freelance Academic: A Response

On Being “Brave”

The Politics of Review Work

AltAc Career panel at AMS 2015

CURRENT RESEARCH AND PRESENTATIONS

Public Scholarship and Dis/ability: Writing workshop in Calgary (May 2016)

New Publication: Hip-hop and Hip-hop Dance

Women, Islam, and Hip-hop

Zilphia Horton and Labor Songs

The American Hip-hop Umma

Labor Unions and Protest Music

“I Can’t Breathe”: Protest Music Now

Of Musicology and Labor Unions

California, here I come

Pop Music Symposium at Claflin University

Hip-hop Festival at Oregon State University

DJs, Improvisation, and Notation

PUBLIC MUSICOLOGY

#MusicologyEverywhere: (Part 1, Allison Portnow; Part 2, Amanda Sewell; Part 3, Felicia Miyakawa; Part 4, Karen Shadle; Part 5, Jason HanleyPart 6, Kendra Preston Leonard)

Let’s Talk about Public Musicology

Curating as Public Musicology

On Being “Brave”

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