In my Ph.D. project, I analyze the performative, corporeal, and technological dimensions of voice in popular music. Adhering to an interdisciplinary approach, I aim to examine the relationships and tensions between sound and the intersectional politics of our contemporary historical moment.
Keywords: musicology voice body gender and sexuality pop music
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PhD student in Musicology, Uppsala University (Since February 2016)
B.A. and M.A. in Musicology, University of Graz, Austria (2012; 2015)
International student at the University of Toronto, Canada (2013)
International student at Free University of Berlin, Germany (2011)
Neoliberal Sounds? The Politics of Beyoncé’s Voice on ‘Run The World (Girls)’. Sound, Sexuality, and Sexism, Pop Scriptum No. 12.
Selected Papers and Presentations
“Vocal Figurations. Considering Bodies, Subjects, and Technologies in Anohni’s ‘Drone Bomb Me’”. Un/Sounding Gender, Symposium, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany (2018)
“‘Love, Drone Bomb Me’: Voice as Post-Anthropocentric Figuration”. Mixing Pop and Politics. Subversion, Resistance and Reconciliation, IASPM-ANZ Conference, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand (2017)
"Neoliberal Sounds? The Politics of Beyoncé’s Voice". Gender and Music: Practices, Performances, Politics, Conference, Örebro University, Sweden (2016)
"Neoliberal Voices, Bodies, and Politics in Pop Music — A Case Study". Pop Net Austria, Symposium, University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, Austria (2015)
Future Present. Current Practices in Pop Music Studies. International Conference, Uppsala University, June 19-20, 2018
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