Dear Popular Music Researchers
we are very proud to announce the first volume of the new series ~Vibes by the German-speaking branch of IASPM. «Pop–Power–Positions: Globale Beziehungen und populäre Musik» (Global Relations and Popular Music) looks at (global) power relations and representations of differences in popular music (studies).
The publication is open access and available here: https://vibes-theseries.org.
Articles in English and German
Edited by Anja Brunner, Vienna, & Hannes Liechti, Bern
Published by IASPM D-A-CH, Berlin 2021
Anja Brunner, Hannes Liechti
Pop–Power–Positions: Engaging with the (Post)Colonial in Popular Music Studies. An Introduction
Thade Buchborn, Verena Bons
«And It Turns Out that It only Has Two Chords»: Secondary School Music Teachers’ Orientations on Dealing with Learners’ Music Cultures in the Classroom in Germany
Zur Doppelstruktur und Ambivalenz der Differenz: Inszenierungen von Anderen im populären Musiktheater, 1890–1930
What Is Soul?
Dane as Political Activism: Two Popular Choreomusical Responses to the Orlando Shooting
When „Ojos así“ Became „Eyes Like Yours“: Translation as Negotiation of Lyrics, Sound, and Performance by Shakira
César Jesús Burgos Dávila, David Moreno Candil, Helena Simonett
State Censorship and the Controversy Surrounding the Narcocorrido Genre in Mexico
Data Based Co-Creation and Participation: Reflections on an Ambivalent Relation by the Example of Music Apps
Copy editing English: Norma Coates
Assistance: Hannah Plüss
Layout and cover: Claudia Schacher
Cover photo: Karin Scheidegger