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Friday, March 23 • 11:15am - 12:45pm
Turn It Up! One: Listening to Difference

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Summer Kim Lee, “‘Singin’ Up On You’: Queer Intimacies of the Sonorous Body In ‘The New Sound Karaoke’”

Daniel Sander, “Girl. Reverb. Notes on Queer Tactics of
Sonorous Difference”

Kyessa L. Moore, “(Sub)Spacialized Urban Sound, Expressive
Communion and Identificatory Dislocations”

This panel is sponsored by the Feminist Working Group. Since 2008, we have organized panels, get-togethers and networking opportunities for all feminists who participate in EMP Pop Conference.
For more information about our activities, and to get involved,
please visit http://feministworkinggroup.blogspot.com

Moderator: Lucy O’Brien


Summer Kim Lee

Summer Kim Lee earned her BA at New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study, creating an interdisciplinary concentration in women of color performance artists in New York. She then completed her MA at New York University’s Performance Studies, studying the aesthetics and structures of racialized feeling and embodiment within vocal performance in popular music. As a PhD candidate, she is continuing to pursue the... Read More →

Kyessa L. Moore

Kyessa L. Moore is a Ph.D student in the English Literature Department at Princeton University. Her interests include: African American/Black Literature, critical theory, film studies, cultural studies (i.e. the historicized production of race and gender, visual studies, sensory studies, haptic theory), and Futurama.   Abstract: | | "(Sub)Spacialized Urban Sound, Expressive Communion and Identificatory Dislocations" In the collection... Read More →

Lucy O'Brien

Writer/broadcaster Lucy O’Brien wrote She Bop 1 and II, a history of women in popular music (1995 & 2002), with a third edition due next year. She has also published in-depth biographies including Madonna: Like An Icon (2007) and Dusty (2000). Her paper is drawn from a recently published piece in Vol 1 of the journal Punk & Post Punk. She is Lecturer in Music Journalism at Epsom University of Creative Arts, UK.   Abstract... Read More →

Daniel Sander

Daniel Sander holds a BA in studio art from Reed College and MAs in Arts Politics and Performance Studies from NYU. His transdisciplinary creative and academic work concerns the philosophy of desire, the psychopathology of deviance, libidinal materialism, and queer nihilism, and has been exhibited, published, and performed internationally. He is currently a doctoral student in performance studies, NYU.   Abstract: | | "Girl. Reverb. Notes... Read More →

Friday March 23, 2012 11:15am - 12:45pm
NYU’s Helen and Martin Kimmel Center for University Life (KC) 60 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012

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