[Air-L] Amateurism?

Meryl Krieger meryl.krieger at gmail.com
Sun May 13 09:25:55 PDT 2012


I have a lot of sources in my dissertation bibliography that would help you
(it's commons licensed so you can get it easily from ProQuest). Rough to
the Board: Creating Performance in American Recording Studios. You might
also really want to look at a couple of other really fabulous sources that
I used on my first YouTube paper (2007) - you can get a copy of that on my
Academia.edu page. I'm thinking specifically of Michael Warner's book *Publics
and Counterpublics* (as opposed to using Benjamin Anderson - I found this
really helpful); and Greg Urban's book *Metacultures*.


Best, Meryl

On Fri, May 11, 2012 at 12:24 PM, Tyler Bickford <tb2139 at columbia.edu>wrote:

> 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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J. Meryl Krieger
Ph.D., Folklore & Ethnomusicology
Adjunct Lecturer, Sociology, Indiana University Purdue University at
Adjunct Instructor, Communications and Life Skills/Humanities, Ivy Tech
Community College
Piano/Clarinet Teacher, Stafford Music Academy, Bloomington, IN


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