Marnie Binfield is a doctoral student in radiotelevision-film at the University of Texas at Austin. She currently teaches Girls on Film and Race, Ethnicity, and Communication at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. Her research interests include popular music, especially hip-hop, and its roles in social and political formations, music video, and women's cultural production. Her dissertation focuses on hip-hop fandom and its relationship to politics. She holds a master's degree in women's studies from San Diego State University. Daphne A. Brooks is an associate professor of English and African American studies at Princeton University, where she teaches courses on African American literature and culture, performance studies, critical gender studies, and popular music culture. She is the author of two books: Bodies in Dissent: Spectacular Performances of Race and Freedom, 18501910 (2006) and Jeff Buckley's Grace (2005). James Robert Currie teaches in the Department of Music at the University at Buffalo (SUNY). His work, appearing in a wide range of forums and disciplines, concerns the interactions between music history, philosophy, and politics; he has just completed a manuscript entitled "NoMusic: Music's Understanding and the Politics of Negations." He is also active as a performance artist. Susan Fast is associate
Women and Music: A Journal of Gender and Culture – University of Nebraska Press
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