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Sunday, March 25 • 9:00am - 11:00am
Baby Please Don’t Go: The City as Women’s Ruin in American Roots Music

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Holly Hobbs, “Little Sparrows and Tender Maidens: Thoughts on Old and New World Balladry and Cautionary Tales”

Alison Fensterstock, “Fallen Angels: The Persistent Plotline of Woman’s Ruin in Hip-Hop, Hair Metal and Beyond”

Holly George-Warren, “Dolly Does Deflowered Damsels: How Dolly Parton’s Fallen-Woman Songcraft Took Her to the Top”

Moderator: Diane Pecknold


Speakers
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Alison Fensterstock

Alison Fensterstock is a music writer at the New Orleans Times-Picayune and the program director for the Ponderosa Stomp Foundation. Recent projects include co-curating the “Where They At” exhibition and oral history archive on New Orleans bounce music and the Louisiana State... Read More →
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Holly George-Warren

Holly George-Warren is the author of a dozen books, including The Road to Woodstock (with Michael Lang) and the award-winning Public Cowboy No. 1: The Life & Times of Gene Autry. She has written for Rolling Stone, the Village Voice, and the New York Times, and she coproduced the Grammy-nominated... Read More →
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Holly Hobbs

Holly Hobbs is a PhD candidate in Ethnomusicology at Tulane University, where she is working to design and launch a digital archive of hiphop music/oral history post-Katrina. Before relocating to New Orleans, Hobbs directed the youth nonprofit New Media Network in Columbia, Missouri... Read More →
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Diane Pecknold

Diane Pecknold is an Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Louisville, where she teaches popular culture and feminist studies. She is the author of The Selling Sound: The Rise of the Country Music Industry and co-editor of A Boy Named Sue: Gender... Read More →


Sunday March 25, 2012 9:00am - 11:00am
NYU’s Helen and Martin Kimmel Center for University Life (KC) 60 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012