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Saturday, April 28 • 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Sounding Gender

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  1. Andrew Flory "Sarah Vaughan and the Sonic Middlebrow"
  2. Julia Nicholls "Orchestration and construction of gender identity in recordings of King/Goffin’s ‘Will You Love Me Tomorrow’"
  3. Elizabeth Newton "Lo-fi Sound and Feminist Theory in the 1990s"
Moderator: Holly George-Warren

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Andrew Flory

Andrew Flory is Associate Professor of Music at Carleton College. He has written extensively about American rhythm and blues and is author of the book I Hear a Symphony: Motown and Crossover R&B (Michigan, 2017). Working directly with Universal Records, Andrew has served as consultant... Read More →
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Holly George-Warren

Holly George-Warren is the author of a forthcoming biography of Janis Joplin, as well as a dozen-plus other books, including A Man Called Destruction: The Life & Music of Alex Chilton. A two-time Grammy nominee and ASCAP-Deems Taylor award winner, she teaches at the State University... Read More →

Elizabeth Newton

The Graduate Center, CUNY
Elizabeth Newton is a writer and Ph.D. candidate in musicology at the CUNY Graduate Center, and she teaches music history at the City College of New York. She has written for Leonardo Music Journal, Real Life Magazine, The New Inquiry, the Quietus, Repeater Books, and Sounding Out... Read More →
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Julia Nicholls

Julia Nicholls is a researcher, composer, arranger and performer studying the Master of Music (Research) at the University of Western Australia. Her research interests include 1960s and current girl group music, instrumentation and arranging in popular music, and the significance... Read More →

Saturday April 28, 2018 3:30pm - 5:30pm PDT
Learning Labs MoPOP, 325 5th Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109

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