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Popular (Commercial) Music at the End of the 20th Century
Haifa, August 1998

      
POPULAR (COMMERCIAL) MUSIC AT THE END OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY (ISSEI CONFERENCE) Haifa University, Israel 16-21 August 1998
Chair: Professor Stan Hawkins (Dept.of Music, University of Oslo, Norway) Jose R. Prado (University de Castellon, Spain) "Sleeping with the Enemy: The Cultural History of Confrontation in british Pop since the 1960s" Rachel Swindells (University of Leeds, UK) "I really don't believe that people will sing along to it - Interpreting Prodigy's 'Smack My Bitch Up' " Ernest Hoetzl (University of Graz, Austria) "Intercultural Aspects of Popular Music at the End of the Twentieth Century" Andrew Bennett (University of Glasgow, UK) "Popular Styles, Local Interpretations: Hip hop, youth and identity in two European cities" Thorbjørn Rodal (University of Oslo, Norway) "Interpreting texts of religion and sexuality in Madonna Ciccone" Marina Ritzarev (University of Bar-Ilan, Israel) "Popular Songs of Russian-Soviet Emigrants and the Marginalised Tradition" Robynn Stilwell (University of Southampton, UK) "Chrome-Plated Heart: Melissa Etheridge composing gender and sexuality, on whose terms?" Dr.Stan Hawkins Associate Professor Music Department University of Oslo P.O. Box 1017 Blindern N-0315 Oslo, Norway Phone: +47 22 85 40 63 Fax: +47 22 85 47 63 E-mail: stan.hawkins@imt.uio.no Visit Critical Musicology Journal at: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/music/Info/CMJ/cmj.html