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Friday, April 27 • 9:00am - 11:00am
Genre and Gender

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  1. Karl Hagstrom Miller "I’ll Be No Submissive Wife No No No No No No No No No Not I’: Pop Songs for Disgruntled White Women before Tin Pan Alley"
  2. Elizabeth Ann Lindau "Blues Travelers and Wayward Girls: Transient Women in the Recordings of Lottie Kimbrough"
  3. J.D. Considine "Do Guitars Have Gender? Daisy Rock and the Evolution of the 'Girl Guitar'"
  4. Sam Golter "You Don’t Hear Me Though, You Better Listen”: Putting Women MCs on the Los Angeles Gangsta Rap Playlist"
Moderator: Loren Kajikawa

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J.D. Considine

J.D. Considine is a writer and musician who has written for a number of musical instrument magazines, including Musician, Guitar World, Bass Player, and Guitar for the Practicing Musician. In 2006, he reviewed a Daisy Rock Stardust bass for Bass Guitar magazine."Do Guitars Have Gender? Daisy... Read More →
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Sam Golter

Sam Golter is a PhD student at the University of Virginia where he studies Critical and Comparative Studies in Music. He recently completed his MA in Musicology at the University of Oregon and wrote his thesis on the sexual politics of Los Angeles gangsta rap. Sam is also a contemporary... Read More →

Loren Kajikawa

Loren Kajikawa teaches musicology and ethnomusicology courses in the School of Music and Dance at the University of Oregon, where he also serves as a participating member of the Ethnic Studies Department. He is the editor-in-chief of Journal of the Society for American Music as... Read More →
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Elizabeth Ann Lindau

Elizabeth Ann Lindau is Assistant Professor of Musicology at California State University, Long Beach. She has held visiting appointments at Gettysburg College, Wesleyan University, and Earlham College. Liz’s writing on popular music has appeared in Women and Music, the Journal of... Read More →

Karl Hagstrom Miller

Karl Hagstrom Miller teaches in the music department at the University of Virginia.  He is the author of Segregating Sound: Inventing Folk and Pop Music in the Age of Jim Crow."‘I’ll Be No Submissive Wife No No No No No No No No No Not I’: Pop Songs for Disgruntled White Women... Read More →

Friday April 27, 2018 9:00am - 11:00am PDT
Sky Church

Attendees (5)