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After Pulse: Reflections on Music Scholarship in the Wake of the 2016 Orlando Nightclub Massacre

Wednesday, November 16, 2016   (0 Comments)
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The Sounding Board blog of Ethnomusicology Review is proud to present its new special issue:

After Pulse: Reflections on Music Scholarship in the Wake of the 2016 Orlando Nightclub Massacre

http://ethnomusicologyreview.ucla.edu/sounding-board/special-issue

On June 12, 2016, queers of color were gathered with their friends and allies for Latin Night at Pulse in Orlando, Florida, celebrating identity and community amidst the sounds of salsa, reggaeton, and hip-hop. The nightmare that ensued was one of the deadliest manifestations of America’s gun crisis, a terrible reminder that people of color and queers are still targets of systemtic bigotry across the country. This 2016 Sounding Board Special Issue features blog posts addressing the impact of Pulse on our work as music scholars, working in and/or across the disciplines of ethnomusicology, musicology, music theory, popular music, or other areas.

Guest edited by Sarah Hankins

Coordinated by Pablo Infante-Amate

 

CONTENTS

(RE-)MEMBERING PULSE: A FOREWORD

Gregory F. Barz

 

AFTER PULSE: AN INTRODUCTION

Sarah Hankins

 

FEELING UNSAFE AT THE INTERSECTION OF BROADWAY AND BELLE PLAINE

Daniel Gough

 

MAD PLANET

Jeff Roy

 

AFTER PULSE: POLITICAL MOVEMENTS ON THE DANCE FLOOR

Craig Jennex

 

LOVE IS A BATTLEFIELD: PUBLIC INTIMACY AND QUEER LATINX BELONGING UNDER THE SHADOW OF THE ORLANDO MASSACRE

Luis-Manuel Garcia

 

FORTY-NINE FEWER / CUARENTA Y NUEVE MENOS

William Cheng, with Spanish translation by Elias Krell 

 

ONE DANCE, THE LAST DANCE

Gabriela Jiménez

 

ALL THE DEAD BOYS LOOK LIKE ME

Loma (Christopher Soto)

 

GENERALIZED TRAUMA AND THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE ARTISTIC MONUMENT

Kira Dralle

 

ON QUEER COMMUNION / SOBRE COMUNIÓN CUIR

Matthew Leslie Santana

 

"I LOVE THE BLUE MOON AND I LOVE EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU": SAFETY AND QUEER SPACE IN THE WAKE OF VIOLENCE

Alec MacIntyre

 

THE GREATEST

Lauren Fink

 

FUGITIVE FAGGOTRY: QUEER RAGE AND THE LIMITATIONS OF EQUALITY

Evan R. Pensis

 

UNTITLED

Kathryn Alexander

 

DECOLONIZABLE SPACES IN ETHNOMUSICOLOGY

(Cross-published from SEM Student News)

Luis Chávez and Russell P. Skelchy

 

"YOU'VE NEVER HEARD THIS?"  RECONSIDERING STUDENTS' COMMONALITIES

(Cross-published from SEM Student News)

Solmaz ShakeriFard

 

"PERSONAL-IS-POLITICAL": DECOLONIAL PRAXIS AND THE FUTURE (OR HOW I LEARNT TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE NEOLIBERALISM)

(Cross-published from SEM Student News)

Simran Singh


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