Popular music and the politics of authenticity

The Polish journalist Mariusz Herma has written to tell me that our email conversation about popular music and authenticity has contributed towards a piece he wrote for an end-of-year summary in Polityka (in Polish). He has also translated our whole exchange into Polish on his blog. Unfortunately, my language skills aren’t up to comprehending the text but, as part of the current redesign of this site, I’ll be adding a section for email exchanges of this kind (i.e. Q&A sessions that lead me to write things that might otherwise go unpublished but which I might want to recall) and will include the English language version there. As part of the redesign, I’m also adding links to some of my teaching documents, including my course ‘Popular Music and the Politics of Authenticity’, which ran from 2009 to 2012 at Newcastle University (Module handbook).

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