As was mentioned last week, our class is ultimately more concerned with popular music and social history than with any specific genre of music in itself, but it is through the details of different kinds of evidence (ex. lyrics, videos, performances, festivals, spaces and modes of production and consumption) that we can examine different forms of power and identity (ex. class, race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, age, ability, nationality) Your two examples of popular music as historical evidence should not both be the same format (lyrics, video, club, shirt, recording, performance etc)***Knowledge of John Corbett, J. (1990). Free, Single, and Disengaged: Listening Pleasure and the Popular Music Object.
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