restricted access   Volume 19, 2015

Table of Contents

Special Issue in Honor of Suzanne G. Cusick

Emily Wilbourne

On a Lesbian Relationship with Musicology: Suzanne G. Cusick, Sound Effects

pp. 3-14
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One Eyebrow Raised: A Recipe for Movement and Sound

pp. 15-17
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Where Is the Jazz in Jazzercise?

pp. 18-26
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“I Am Not Sure We Should Have a Woman in the Position”: Hiring Practices in the Mid-Twentieth-Century American Academy

pp. 27-35
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Voce Bianca: Purity and Whiteness in British Early Music Vocality

pp. 36-44
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Singers Behaving Badly: Rivalry, Vengeance, and the Singers of Cardinal Antonio Barberini

pp. 45-53
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Stage Sisters: Gemma Bellincioni’s Violetta and Eleonora Duse’s Margherita

pp. 54-61
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The Rock and Roll Blues: Gender, Race, and Genre in the Songwriting Career of Rose Marie McCoy

pp. 62-70
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“Jolene,” Genre, and the Everyday Homoerotics of Country Music: Dolly Parton’s Loving Address of the Other Woman

pp. 71-76
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National Mothers: Singing a Queer Family Romance for the New South Africa

pp. 77-85
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Doin’ Time with Meg and Cris, Thirty Years Later: The Queer Temporality of Pseudonostalgia

pp. 86-94
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“The Young Ladies Are Here”: Marshallese Transgender Performance and Processes of Transformation

pp. 95-107
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Asking for It: Rape, Postfeminism, and Alternative Music in the 1990s

pp. 108-115
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Why We Matter

pp. 116-124
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Rethinking the Intimacy of Voice and Ear: Psychoanalysis and Genital Massage as Treatments for Hysteria

pp. 125-132
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The Sounds That Know: Synaesthesia, Sexual Trauma, and a Musicological Confession

pp. 133-141
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Echo’s Echo: Subjectivity in Vibrational Ontology

pp. 142-150
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Loud but Non-lethal: Acoustic Stagings and State-Sponsored Violence

pp. 151-159
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Down with Disembodiment; or, Musicology and the Material Turn

pp. 160-168
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Her-Storiography: Pierre Bourdieu, Cultural Capital, and Changing the Narrative Paradigm

pp. 169-177
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Ethnomusicology without Erotics

pp. 178-185
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Reviews

The Arts of the Prima Donna in the Long Nineteenth Century ed. by Rachel Cowgill and Hilary Poriss (review)

pp. 186-189
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Dance Floor Democracy: The Social Geography of Memory at the Hollywood Canteen by Sherrie Tucker (review)

pp. 189-192
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Music and the Skillful Listener: American Women Compose the Natural World by Denise Von Glahn (review)

pp. 192-196
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DJ Culture in the Mix: Power, Technology, and Social Change in Electronic Dance Music ed. by Bernardo Attias, Anna Gavanas, and Hillegonda Rietveld (review)

pp. 204-208
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Contributors

pp. 209-214
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