Popular Music History, Vol 12, No 2 (2019)

Listening again to popular music as history

Paul Leslie Long, Nicholas Gebhardt
Issued Date: 21 Aug 2020

Abstract


This guest editorial introduces four articles in the first of two special editions reflecting on the nature of our thinking and methods as scholars of popular music history. While many of us draw on an inter-disciplinary range of skills and repertories, what is it we think we are doing in producing our accounts of the past in and through music? What is at stake in our discussions and wider claims for the value of what we do?

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DOI: 10.1558/pomh.41400

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