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Cultural Translation in Popular Music

Activity: Conference participationParticipation in conference

12/04/201313/04/2013

Allyson Fiddler and Nick Hodgin are both delivering papers at this event on popular music. The conference aims to discuss 'the role of cultural translation in the production, dissemination and reception of popular music, in both a historical and theoretical context.'
Nick's paper is entitled, 'In Praise of Authenticity: Atmosphere and Southern states of mind in Searching for the Wrong-eyed JesusIn Praise of Authenticity: Atmosphere and Southern states of mind in Searching for the Wrong-eyed Jesus' and Allyson will be speaking about '(Re)politicising the Austrian Airwaves(Re)politicising the Austrian Airwaves'.

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EventConference
TitleCultural Translation in Popular Music
Date12/04/1313/04/13
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityPreston