[Air-L] Amateurism?

Denise N. Rall denrall at yahoo.com
Sat May 12 20:15:45 PDT 2012


I'd look at the concept of DIY. 

Here's one of the seminal texts of DIY culture.
 Hebdige, Dick (1979), Subculture: The Meaning of Style, London, Metheun.

There's plenty more out there, particularly on music so you should be in good hands.

Dr Denise N. Rall, Research Assistant, School of Health & Human Sciences
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Presentation:  The Bride as Banquet - Costume and the consumption of Desire
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From: Tyler Bickford <tb2139 at columbia.edu>
To: air-l at listserv.aoir.org 
Sent: Saturday, 12 May 2012 2:24 AM
Subject: [Air-L] Amateurism?

Hi all,

As part of a project I'm working on, I'm interested in finding literature on amateurism and the internet, especially involving entertainment, music performance, and youtube/video sharing (the sweet spot would center on Justin Bieber, Ellen, Rebecca Black, etc), but I'm certainly open to broader perspectives. 

Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated! 

Thanks much,
Tyler


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Tyler Bickford, PhD
Core Lecturer
Columbia University
tb2139 at columbia.edu
845-418-4049
http://www.tylerbickford.com





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