Review: Soda Goes Pop: Pepsi-Cola Advertising and Popular Music, by Joanna K. Love
Alyxandra Vesey is assistant professor in journalism and creative media at the University of Alabama. Her research focuses on gender, music culture, and media labor. She is particularly interested in women+ musicians’ pursuit of cross-industrial business ventures in order to maintain a living. She is currently working on a manuscript about the gender politics of music merchandising, and has also written about musicians’ work in television and film production. Her work has appeared in Feminist Media Studies, Television and New Media, Popular Music and Society, Studies in French Cinema, Spectator, Camera Obscura, Cinema Journal, Emergent Feminisms: Complicating a Postfeminist Media Culture, and Saturday Night Live and American TV.
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Alyxandra Vesey; Review: Soda Goes Pop: Pepsi-Cola Advertising and Popular Music, by Joanna K. Love. Journal of Popular Music Studies 27 August 2020; 32 (3): 149–151. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/jpms.2020.32.3.149
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