Music and Labour – conference

Friday May 24th’s “Working Situations II” is going to be a weird session, with a pair of papers about improvisational live electronic music and remix aspects of electronic dance music and my completely unrelated and semi-autobiographical one about the academic, alternative-academic, and non-academic labour situations for Ph.D.s who specialize in popular music.

I find it interesting that the conference is, on balance, largely about economic uncertainty impacting the music industry.  So, I guess my paper on economic uncertainty also impacting music academia is at least semi-related to that.

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