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This issue contains 26 articles in total

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  1. Contributors
  2. DJ Culture in the Mix: Power, Technology, and Social Change in Electronic Dance Music ed. by Bernardo Attias, Anna Gavanas, and Hillegonda Rietveld (review)
  3. Music and the Skillful Listener: American Women Compose the Natural World by Denise Von Glahn (review)
  4. Dance Floor Democracy: The Social Geography of Memory at the Hollywood Canteen by Sherrie Tucker (review)
  5. The Arts of the Prima Donna in the Long Nineteenth Century ed. by Rachel Cowgill and Hilary Poriss (review)
  6. Ethnomusicology without Erotics
  7. Her-Storiography: Pierre Bourdieu, Cultural Capital, and Changing the Narrative Paradigm
  8. Down with Disembodiment; or, Musicology and the Material Turn
  9. Loud but Non-lethal: Acoustic Stagings and State-Sponsored Violence
  10. Echo’s Echo: Subjectivity in Vibrational Ontology
  11. The Sounds That Know: Synaesthesia, Sexual Trauma, and a Musicological Confession
  12. Rethinking the Intimacy of Voice and Ear: Psychoanalysis and Genital Massage as Treatments for Hysteria
  13. Why We Matter
  14. Asking for It: Rape, Postfeminism, and Alternative Music in the 1990s
  15. “The Young Ladies Are Here”: Marshallese Transgender Performance and Processes of Transformation
  16. Doin’ Time with Meg and Cris, Thirty Years Later: The Queer Temporality of Pseudonostalgia
  17. National Mothers: Singing a Queer Family Romance for the New South Africa
  18. “Jolene,” Genre, and the Everyday Homoerotics of Country Music: Dolly Parton’s Loving Address of the Other Woman
  19. The Rock and Roll Blues: Gender, Race, and Genre in the Songwriting Career of Rose Marie McCoy
  20. Stage Sisters: Gemma Bellincioni’s Violetta and Eleonora Duse’s Margherita
  21. Singers Behaving Badly: Rivalry, Vengeance, and the Singers of Cardinal Antonio Barberini
  22. Voce Bianca: Purity and Whiteness in British Early Music Vocality
  23. “I Am Not Sure We Should Have a Woman in the Position”: Hiring Practices in the Mid-Twentieth-Century American Academy
  24. Where Is the Jazz in Jazzercise?
  25. One Eyebrow Raised: A Recipe for Movement and Sound
  26. On a Lesbian Relationship with Musicology: Suzanne G. Cusick, Sound Effects
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