Acquiring Editor: Laurie Matheson
New Perspectives on Gender in Music
Series Editors: Suzanne Cusick, New York University, and Henry Spiller, University of California Davis
This series aims to present innovative studies of the intersections of music with gender and sexuality. Series books will explore the gendered cultural dynamics, embodiment and expression, repertoires, reception, social politics, performing practices, and so on of music, encompassing both western and nonwestern contexts and both ethnomusicological and historical approaches. Series books may include a significant theoretical or reflexive component, and they may reach into related fields such as dance and religion, to the extent that the approach clarifies ways in which gender informs the making and experiencing of music. Overall the series seeks to illuminate the ways in which gender is integral to the production and consumption of music in all of its forms.
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Author: Stephen Amico
Russian Popular Music and Post-Soviet Homosexuality
Pub Date: September 2017
Sex, the body, and pop music in modern urban Russia learn more...
Author: Tanya Merchant
From Courtyard to Conservatory
Pub Date: August 2015
Music's role in constructing gendered national identity learn more...
Author: Christina Sunardi
Gender and Tradition in East Javanese Dance
Pub Date: March 2015
Blurring and redefining sex and gender boundaries through performance learn more...
Author: Jennifer Kelly
Conversations with Composers in the United States
Pub Date: Cloth: 2013; Paper: October 2014
Women's voices on musical composition, creativity, and gender learn more...
Author: Ellen Koskoff
Writings on Music and Gender
Pub Date: May 2014
The life and work of the trailblazing ethnomusicologist in her own words learn more...