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Saturday, March 24 • 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Gentrification

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Kemi Adeyemi, “Hipster Soul: Sonic Blackness and the Gentrifying City”

Molly McGlone, “The Sounds of Philadelphia: Examining the Creative Economy in a Post-Industrial City”

Fabian Holt, “How Live Music Clubs in New York City Have Adapted to Gentrification: The Case of the Bowery Presents”

Moderator: Keith Negus


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Kemi Adeyemi

Kemi Adeyemi is currently pursuing her PhD in Northwestern University’s Performance Studies department. Her dissertation centers on the visual and performative production of black hipsters in narratives of gentrification, asking how black hipster bodies have been used to stage debates about race, culture and belonging in the city.   Abstract: | | "Hipster Soul: Sonic Blackness and the Gentrifying City" Scholars such as Fred Moten... Read More →
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Fabian Holt

Fabian Holt, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Roskilde. Holt specializes in the consumption and production of live music and cultural events in the digital age. His publications include Genre in Popular Music (Chicago 2007), Musical Performance and the Changing City (forthcoming), and articles in various international journals.   Abstract: | | "How Live Music Clubs in New York City Have Adapted to Gentrification: The Case of... Read More →
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Molly McGlone

Molly McGlone’s research includes the intersection of experimental and popular music as well as the spatial geography of urban music. An Assistant Dean for Advising and lecturer in music at the University of Pennsylvania, Molly is currently documenting music in West Philadelphia micro-cultures by working with a local high school.   Abstract: | | "The Sounds of Philadelphia: Examining the Creative Economy in a Post-industrial... Read More →
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Keith Negus

Keith Negus, Professor of Musicology, Goldsmiths, University of London entered higher education as a mature student, having spent many years playing keyboards and guitar in a variety of bands. He completed a PhD study of the music industry and subsequently taught at the Universities of Leicester and Puerto Rico before moving to Goldsmiths. His books include Producing Pop (1992), Music Genres and Corporate Cultures (1999), and Bob Dylan... Read More →


Saturday March 24, 2012 2:15pm - 3:45pm
NYU’s Helen and Martin Kimmel Center for University Life (KC) 60 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012

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