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Announcing MUSICultures vol. 48

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      I am very pleased to announce the publication of the most recent issue of MUSICultures (48), which features two special issues: “Queer Musicking,” guest edited by Craig Jennex and Charity Marsh, and “Stories of Emergence, Opportunity, and Challenge in Canada’s University Music Programs,” guest edited by Nathan Hesselink and me, as well as articles on open topics.

      This issue is available to current members of the Canadian Society for Traditional Music here<http://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/MC/index&gt; (non-members can freely access issues more than 3 years old). For membership/subscription information, please visit the website of the Canadian Society for Traditional Music<https://cstm-sctm.ca/&gt;. Or check your library for access.

      The contents of this issue include:

      Introduction

      CRAIG JENNEX with CHARITY MARSH

      Queer Musicking

      Articles: Queer Musicking

      MATHEW KLOTZ
      Considering (Queer) Musicking through Autoethnography

      SADIE HOCHMAN-RUIZ
      Why “Political”? Blackness and Queer Urban Geographies in Toronto and San Diego

      KEVIN C. SCHATTENKIRK
      Telling LGBTQ+ Stories through Choral Music: A Case Study of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus

      LOUISE BARRIÈRE
      Musiquer en ligne? Une analyse de la formation de communautés queer et féministes autour des musiques metal

      Articles: Open Topics

      DANICK TROTTIER
      De la restauration à la rétromania : Adorno, Reynolds et l’enjeu du passé dans l’évaluation du présent musical

      ELOISA DOMENICI
      Samba de Roda and the Threat of Epistemicide on the North Coast of Bahia

      Introduction

      NATHAN HESSELINK and HEATHER SPARLING

      Music in Canadian Higher Education – Institutional Histories and Entanglements

      Articles: Stories of Emergence, Opportunity, and Challenge in Canada’s University Music Programs

      JULIA BYL

      Free-Range Sound Waves: Public Music and the Conditional Institution in Alberta

      NATHAN HESSELINK

      From Point Grey to Little Mountain: Connections and Intersections between UBC Music and Little Mountain Sound

      JAMES KIPPEN

      Ethnomusicology at the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto

      STERLING BECKWITH

      Remembering Toronto’s Upstart Startup

      KYLE DEVINE and JOHN SHEPHERD

      On Popular Music Studies in Canada: An Interview with John Shepherd

      SYLVIE GENEST and GUY VANASSE

      L’intégration des musiques traditionnelles et commerciales aux études universitaires : l’expérience uqamienne (1969-2020)

      MONIQUE DESROCHES

      Le développement de l’ethnomusicologie à l’université de Montréal : une dialectique entre recherche et enseignement

      CHRIS McDONALD

      Exploring Community-Based Alternatives: Vernacular Music and Higher Education in Cape Breton

      BEVERLEY DIAMOND

      Struggling Towards Decolonization in Canadian Music Schools

      Plus book, recording, and film reviews.

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      Heather Sparling, PhD (she/her)
      Canada Research Chair in Musical Traditions
      General Editor, MUSICultures
      D’Arcy McGee Beacon Fellow (2021)

      Cape Breton University<cbu.ca>
      Office: (902) 563-1242
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