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‘My Dear Little Beer': Alcohol, Emotion, and the Business of Andean Popular Song

‘My Dear Little Beer': Alcohol, Emotion, and the Business of Andean Popular Song

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  • Date 16 Mar 2021
  • Time 4.00pm - 5.30pm
  • Category Seminar

Music Research Seminar: Joshua Tucker (Brown University)

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About Joshua Tucker
Joshua Tucker is Associate Professor of Music at Brown University. Beyond teaching and advising, Professor Tucker is an active researcher in the field of Ethnomusicology, specializing in “sound and society in Latin America, with a particular emphasis on popular music both in the Andean region and Brazil.” During the 2013 academic year, Professor Tucker was on sabbatical leave in southern Peru, studying the changing definition of indigenous identity and its relation to the musical culture of Peru's Quechua-speaking communities. He has authored numerous papers featured in a wide collection of scholarly journals, and his book, Gentleman Troubadours and Andean Pop Stars: Huayno Music, Media Work, and Ethnic Imaginaries in Urban Peru, was published in 2013.
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This is a live, interactive session which will be hosted on an online video conferencing platform. To join us, please complete this short form (link embedded). Access details for the session will be emailed to you on the day of the event. 

 

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