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Popular music and the politics of hope : queer and feminist interventions / edited by Susan Fast and Craig Jennex.

Contributor(s): Fast, Susan [edt] | Jennex, Craig [edt].
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2019Description: xii, 338 sidor.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781138055896.Subject(s): Feminism | Homosexualitet | Sexualitet | Genus (socialt kön) | Populärmusik -- politiska aspekter | Sex role | Gender identity | Feminism | Sex | Sex Customs | HomosexualityGenre/Form: SamlingsverkDDC classification: 781.64081
Contents:
Visions of Wondaland: on Janelle Monáe's afrofuturistic vision / Marquita R. Smith -- Listening to difference: recognition and frusal in queer music diasporas / Craig Jennex -- Who's your daddy?: Beyoncé, the Dixie Chicks and the art of outlaw protest / Francesca T. Royster -- "Brave new ideas begin": Disability, gender and life writing in twenty-first-century pop / Laurie Stras -- "Round my hometown": Listening to London in the racial politics of post-millennial British soul / Freya Jarman with Emily Baker -- Born to run and Reckless: my life as a Pretender: rewriting the political imaginary of rock music memoir / Pamela Fox -- Sounding the Halluci Nation: decolonizing race, masculinity and global solidarities with a tribe called red / Alexa Woloshyn -- Addict(ive) sex: toward an intersectional approach to Truth Hurts' "Addictive" and Afro-South Asian Hip Hop and R&B / Elliott H. Powell -- Hip Hop dialogues: sampling women's hand drum songs and the Canadian popular mainstream / Liz Przybylski -- Electro-pop as Trojan horse: hearing the call to arms in Anohni's Hopelessness / Maria Murphy -- Genders, genres, generations: Jacqueline Warwick and Susan McClary in conversation / Susan McClary, Jacqueline Warwick -- Power in the darnkess and "Angry Atthis": anthems, genres and the queer voice / Jack Halberstam -- Resisting the politics of aging: Madonna and the value of female labor in popular music / Tiffany Naiman -- Vera Lynn 100: retirement, aging and legacy for a "National Treasure" / Christina Baade -- Sounding lockdown: singing in administrative segregation at the Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women / Benjamin J. Harbert, Consuela Gaines
Anmärkning bestånd: C16.706 Libris-ID: jt7jrx21gdb8r2jdSummary: In today's culture, popular music is a vital site where ideas about gender and sexuality are imagined and disseminated. Popular Music and the Politics of Hope: Queer and Feminist Interventions explores what that means with a wide-ranging collection of chapters that consider the many ways in which contemporary pop music performances of gender and sexuality are politically engaged and even radical. With analyses rooted in feminist and queer thought, contributors explore music from different genres and locations, including Beyonce's Lemonade, A Tribe Called Red's We Are the Halluci Nation, and celebrations of Vera Lynn's 100th Birthday.At a bleak moment in global politics, this collection focuses on the concept of critical hope: the chapters consider making and consuming popular music as activities that encourage individuals to imagine and work toward a better, more just world. Addressing race, class, aging, disability, and colonialism along with gender and sexuality, the authors articulate the diverse ways popular music can contribute to the collective political projects of queerness and feminism. With voices from senior and emerging scholars, this volume offers a snapshot of today's queer and feminist scholarship on popular music that is an essential read for students and scholars of music and cultural studies
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Visions of Wondaland: on Janelle Monáe's afrofuturistic vision / Marquita R. Smith -- Listening to difference: recognition and frusal in queer music diasporas / Craig Jennex -- Who's your daddy?: Beyoncé, the Dixie Chicks and the art of outlaw protest / Francesca T. Royster -- "Brave new ideas begin": Disability, gender and life writing in twenty-first-century pop / Laurie Stras -- "Round my hometown": Listening to London in the racial politics of post-millennial British soul / Freya Jarman with Emily Baker -- Born to run and Reckless: my life as a Pretender: rewriting the political imaginary of rock music memoir / Pamela Fox -- Sounding the Halluci Nation: decolonizing race, masculinity and global solidarities with a tribe called red / Alexa Woloshyn -- Addict(ive) sex: toward an intersectional approach to Truth Hurts' "Addictive" and Afro-South Asian Hip Hop and R&B / Elliott H. Powell -- Hip Hop dialogues: sampling women's hand drum songs and the Canadian popular mainstream / Liz Przybylski -- Electro-pop as Trojan horse: hearing the call to arms in Anohni's Hopelessness / Maria Murphy -- Genders, genres, generations: Jacqueline Warwick and Susan McClary in conversation / Susan McClary, Jacqueline Warwick -- Power in the darnkess and "Angry Atthis": anthems, genres and the queer voice / Jack Halberstam -- Resisting the politics of aging: Madonna and the value of female labor in popular music / Tiffany Naiman -- Vera Lynn 100: retirement, aging and legacy for a "National Treasure" / Christina Baade -- Sounding lockdown: singing in administrative segregation at the Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women / Benjamin J. Harbert, Consuela Gaines

In today's culture, popular music is a vital site where ideas about gender and sexuality are imagined and disseminated. Popular Music and the Politics of Hope: Queer and Feminist Interventions explores what that means with a wide-ranging collection of chapters that consider the many ways in which contemporary pop music performances of gender and sexuality are politically engaged and even radical. With analyses rooted in feminist and queer thought, contributors explore music from different genres and locations, including Beyonce's Lemonade, A Tribe Called Red's We Are the Halluci Nation, and celebrations of Vera Lynn's 100th Birthday.At a bleak moment in global politics, this collection focuses on the concept of critical hope: the chapters consider making and consuming popular music as activities that encourage individuals to imagine and work toward a better, more just world. Addressing race, class, aging, disability, and colonialism along with gender and sexuality, the authors articulate the diverse ways popular music can contribute to the collective political projects of queerness and feminism. With voices from senior and emerging scholars, this volume offers a snapshot of today's queer and feminist scholarship on popular music that is an essential read for students and scholars of music and cultural studies

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