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[Commlist] 'Music moves Europe' special issue of the Journal of European Popular Culture is now available

Mon Nov 11 15:22:53 GMT 2019

Intellect is pleased to announce that the 'Music moves Europe' special issue of the /Journal of European Popular Culture/ is now available!

For more information about the special Issue and journal, click here >>

*Aims & Scope*

The /Journal of European Popular Culture/ investigates the creative cultures of Europe, present and past. Exploring European popular imagery, media, new media, film, music, art and design, architecture, drama and dance, fine art, literature and the writing arts and more. This peer-reviewed journal is also of interest to those considering the influence of European creativity and European creative artefacts worldwide.

*Issue 10.2*


Music moves Europe and the technologies of re-place <>

Graeme Harper


We’d love to turn you on: Considering Bakhtin and the music of The Beatles, ‘A Day in the Life’ <>

Lindsay Neill, Nigel Hemmington and Luca Sturny

The impact of the fostering of European industry and Victorian national feeling on African music knowledge systems: Considering possible positive implications <>

Dylan Lawrence Gibson

Temporal tapestries: Transforming cityscapes in Berlin pop music videos <>

Maria Stehle

Nostalgia, community and resistance: Countercultural politics in a Finnish skinzine <>

Tommi Kotonen

From audio broadcasting to video streaming: The impact of digitalization on music broadcasting among the Swedish-speaking minority of Finland <>

Johannes Brusila and Kim Ramstedt



    Making Taste Public: Ethnographies of Food and the Senses, Carole
    Counihan and Susanne Højlund (eds) (2018) Elizabeth Cherry



    European Fashion: The Creation of aGlobal Industry, Regina Lee
    Blaszczyk and Vèronique Pouillard (eds) (2018) Jennifer Craik



    Food Justice and Narrative Ethics: Reading Stories for Ethical
    Awareness and Activism, Beth A. Dixon (2018) Paul B. Thompson



    The Thorny Path: Pornography in Early Twentieth Century Britain,
    Jamie Stoops (2018) Justin O’Hearn


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