JPMS Online 2012
After March 2012’s POP/IASPM-US joint conference, Sounds of the City, a collaborative project was hatched to feature the work presented at that conference in both print and online versions. This collaboration pulls in the Journal of Popular Music Studies (Karen Tongson and Gustavus Stadler), the EMP Museum (Eric Weisbard, also on the IASPM-US executive committee), and IASPM-US (Anthony Kwame Harrison, also on the JPMS editorial collective, and Justin D Burton). A print version of JPMS appearing in Fall 2012 (24:3) features eight essays from the conference, and we selected several more to publish on the IASPM-US website in the fall of 2012. Below are links to the JPMS Online essays, an exciting collection of reverberations from a spectacular March weekend in New York.
Treme’s Aural Verisimilitude, by Zarah Ersoff
Cairo Underground: Revolution and Cultural Renaissance, by Banning Eyre
Going Gaga: Scream, Shout, Lose Control, by Jack Halberstam
Charlie Gillett – Sound Citizen of London, by Dave Laing
Hear, Here: Location-Based Music Commodities, by Jeremy Morris
Driving Freely Through the World: Cosmopolitanism in K-Pop, by Chris Randle