Review: I'm Not Like Everybody Else: Biopolitics, Neoliberalism, and American Popular Music by Jeffrey T. Nealon
Natalie Farrell is a Ph.D. student in music history/theory at the University of Chicago. Her work has been published in Music and Letters and The Flutist Quarterly, and she has presented in conferences across the Midwest and Toronto. In 2017, she received a grant from the Eastman School of Music's Paul R. Judy Center for Innovation and Research to explore “hip consumerism” and the Indianapolis Symphony/New Amsterdam partnership. Her interests include cruel optimism and the art music industry post-1990, sound studies, trauma theory, and traditional dance music in Northern Ireland. In her free time, she likes to knit and spend time with her dog (who is named after Leonard Bernstein).
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Natalie Farrell; Review: I'm Not Like Everybody Else: Biopolitics, Neoliberalism, and American Popular Music by Jeffrey T. Nealon. Journal of Popular Music Studies 1 March 2020; 32 (1): 130–132. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/jpms.2020.32.1.130
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