Studies In Creative Arts and Writing: These events helped the Sage in particular to diversify its programme and audiences.
Writing and Popular Music Friday 24th JuneNorthumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne Going beyond well-rehearsed comparisons between Dylan and Keats, this conference aims to bring fresh perspectives to debates about the forms and functions of popular music in relation to literature, exploring connections and conflicts between writing fiction and non-fiction, past and presentand popular music modern, contemporary or otherwise.
Where cultural value was once sought for popular music through analogy with literature, or popular music and literary texts were seen as incompatible, writers and critics now borrow the demotic idioms of pop. Popular Music and Gender The organisers invite scholars and students working in literary and cultural studies, music, film, creative writing, history, philosophy, and related disciplines to submit word abstracts for 20 minute papers relating to any of the following themes and questions by 1 February Contributors are free to interpret and address these as broadly as they deem appropriate: How have representations of popular music in music videos, for example referenced literary forms?
And how do songs, compilations or soundtracks brand writers and their work? Please submit word abstracts for 20 minute papers plus a word author profile to:Nicola has delivered a number of guest lectures and conference papers on the subject of music and madness; her most recent,‘“Just my Librium and me and my EST makes three”: Strategies of Psychiatric Resistance in Popular Songs and Literary Works’, was for the University of Northumbria’s LitPop: Writing and Popular Music conference in.
of music, or a style It is more useful to make sense of riot grrrl as a fluid set of contested sonic, spatial and linguistic practices with the aim to incite a radical girl gang into being. Riot grrrl can be understood as diverse practices involving bodies, behaviours, sound, music, writing techniques, imagery and myths.
Litpop: Writing and Popular Music (Rachel Carroll) at benjaminpohle.com Bringing together exciting new interdisciplinary work from emerging and established scholars in the UK and beyond, Litpop addresses the question: how has writing past and present .
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Contributions explore how. Elodie A. Roy, University of Glasgow, Sgsah Department, Faculty Member. Studies Museum Studies, Memory and materiality, and Cultural Studies. Elodie’s main research interests lie with the cultural history of phonography (with an emphasis on its.