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Series edited by Eoin Devereux, Aileen Dillane and Martin J. Power The Popular Musics Matter: Social, Political and Cultural Interventions series will publish internationally informed edited collections, monographs and textbooks which engage in the
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    Please send proposals to the series editors at pmpc@ul.ie  Announcing a new series from RLI Popular Musics Matter Social, Political and Cultural Interventions   Series edited by Eoin Devereux, Aileen Dillane and Martin J. Power The Popular Musics Matter: Social, Political and Cultural Interventions  series will publish internationally informed edited collections, monographs and textbooks which engage in the critical study of popular music performances (live and recorded), historical and contemporary popular music practitioners and artists, and participants and audiences for whom such musics embody aesthetic, cultural and particularly socio-political values. The series sees music not only as a manifestation of global popular culture, but also as a form that profoundly shapes and continually seeks to redefine our understandings of how society operates in a given location and era. This series is edited by an eponymous interdisciplinary research cluster located at the University of Limerick, Ireland, which provides a platform for researchers working within a range of disciplines to come together to advance their shared interest in the critical analysis of popular music(s) and the elucidation of their social meaning, significance and material impacts. The publication records of the series editors  –  Professor Eoin Devereux and Drs Aileen Dillane and Martin J. Power  –  reflects the interdisciplinarity of the endeavour. Theoretically, books in this series are envisaged as: • Iterrogatig the potetial of popular usi to oth forelose ad proote alteratie / hegeoi fraeorks of understanding within the public consciousness. • Aalsig the reatie proesses ad outputs i ters of the soial, politial ad historial oet i hih popular music is produced. • Etedig disussio of lie ad reorded perforaes of popular usi ithi ritial reeptio theor fra meworks and fandom studies as a means of appreciating consumption as a form of secondary production (prosumption) and creation. • Hoourig, ut also oig eod the Aglo -American hegemony evident in the majority of Popular Music Studies. Empirically, the series editors are particularly interested in publishing work which: • Egages ith the politis of perforae, produtio, osuptio ad irulatio that is ifored  fieldork ad ethnography. • Seeks to sthesise ritiall egaged usiologi al analysis with deeply textured and nuanced readings of the broader socio-cultural context from which popular music(s) emerge. • Iludes popular usi geres fro differet geographi loatios ad epohs i order to roade disussios of the role that popular music plays in shaping and (re)defining our understandings of how society operates. Methodologically, the series will welcome texts which: • Address ke otologial ad episteologial deates ithi the road field of popular usis aalsis of s ocietal issues. • Proide e ad reatie as of iterrogatig popular usis that leds lose tetual ad tetural aalsis of performances with approaches informed by fieldwork and ethnography. • Map differet approahes to the aalsis of popular usi tets  odellig iterdisipliar approahes that also ie usi/sogs as proess i the eluidatios of soial eaig.  This interdisciplinary series will include texts located in sociology, (ethno)musicology, cultural studies, political science, socio-linguistics, media and communication studies, musicology, social psychology, psychoanalysis, semiotics, postcolonial studies, feminism, gender studies, and queer studies and more. A range of theoretical perspectives are anticipated, including but not limited to critical theory and cultural theory, music and ethnography, performance theory, sociology of music, musical semiotics, queer theory, transnational theory, music and hybridity and migration theory.
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