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Popular Music and the Anthropocene: Call For Articles

  • François Ribac (a1) and Paul Harkins (a2)


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Allen, Aaron S., and Dawe, Kevin. 2016. Current Directions in Ecomusicology: Music, Culture, Nature (New York: Routledge)
Bonneuil, Christophe, and Fressoz, Jean-Baptiste. 2013. L’événement Anthropocène (Paris: Seuil)
Devine, Kyle. 2015. ‘Decomposed: A Political Ecology of Music.Popular Music 34/3, pp. 367–89
Ingram, David. 2010. Jukebox in the Garden. Ecocriticism and American Popular Music Since 1960 (Rodopi: Amsterdam)
Kagan, Sacha, and Kirchberg, Volker. 2016. ‘Music and Sustainability: Organizational Cultures towards Creative Resilience - a Review.Journal of Cleaner Production 135, pp. 14871502
Krause, Bernie. Voices of the Wild: Animal Songs, Human Din, and the Call to Save Natural Soundscapes (London: Yale University Press)
Latour, Bruno. 1991. Nous n'avons jamais été modernes (Paris: Éditions de la Découverte & Syros)
Morton, Timothy. 2007. Ecology Without Nature: Rethinking Environmental Aesthetics (Cambridge: Harvard University Press)
Parikka, Jussi. 2015. A Geology of Media (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press)
Pedelty, Mark. 2012. Ecomusicology: Rock, Folk, and the Environment (Philadelphia: Temple University Press)
Schippers, Huib, and Grant, Catherine. 2016. Sustainable Futures for Music Cultures: An Ecological Perspective (New York: Oxford University Press)

Popular Music and the Anthropocene: Call For Articles

  • François Ribac (a1) and Paul Harkins (a2)


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