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Sunday, April 29 • 11:15am - 12:45pm
Rare or Unrepresented?

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  1. Emily Easton "Women Who Collect Records (And the Records They Love)"
  2. Jes Skolnik "The Hideous Persistence of the Women in Rock Issue"
  3. Megan Mitchell "Representation Matters: Information Professionals as Stewards of a More Equitable Music Canonization"
Moderator: Andy Zax


Speakers
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Emily Easton

​​​​Emily Easton has a Ph.D. in Communication from the University of Illinois at Chicago, as well as a B.A. and M.A. from the University of Chicago in sociology and social sciences, respectively. Her research focuses on how people choose music, with a specific focus on un... Read More →
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Megan Mitchell

Megan Mitchell traverses the intersections of music, gender, and social justice in various capacities. As proprietor of the index of female/trans/non-binary composers of experimental music, Many Many Women, she acts as a media equity advocate. Mitchell is also a Master of Library... Read More →
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Jes Skolnik

Jes Skolnik has been writing about music for the past couple of decades and making noise from a young age. Born into DC punk via two hippie musicians and raised in zine culture, they are currently the managing editor of Bandcamp Daily, a contributor to Pitchfork and other publica... Read More →
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Andy Zax

Andy Zax  (@andyzax) is a Grammy-nominated music producer. His writing--under his own name and the pseudonym @Discographies--has appeared in Rolling Stone, The New Yorker, The Oxford American and elsewhere. The Village Voice hailed him as its music critic of the year in 2010, an... Read More →


Sunday April 29, 2018 11:15am - 12:45pm
Learning Labs MoPOP, 325 5th Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109

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