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2012

Vol 3, No 2 (2012)

This journal issue represents the work of the students in Music and Technoculture (MUSC 2080), a graduate seminar offered by Kiri Miller at Brown University in the fall of 2012. Four graduate students (Haughey, Johnson-Roberson, Kurtz, and Vallaste) and two undergraduates (Rodman and Ymeraga) completed journal projects for the course. Each student produced a project proposal abstract and an annotated bibliography, as well as a conference-presentation-length final paper. The students went through several peer-review rounds in which they provided and responded to feedback on each others' work. The authors retain the rights to their work and may have further plans for it in terms of publication/presentation in other venues. If the final project for any author does not appear on the site, this is probably because it has been revised for presentation/publication elsewhere.

Vol 3, No 1 (2012)

This journal issue represents the work of the students in Ethnography of Popular Music (MUSC 2080), a graduate seminar offered by Kiri Miller at Brown University in the spring of 2012. Two graduate students (Johnson-Roberson and Stein) and two undergraduates (Osburne-Rothstein and Pradhan) completed journal projects for the course. Each student produced a project proposal abstract and an annotated bibliography, as well as a conference-presentation-length final paper. The students went through several peer-review rounds in which they provided and responded to feedback on each others' work. The authors retain the rights to their work and may have further plans for it in terms of publication/presentation in other venues. If the final project for any author is no longer on the site, this is probably because it has been revised for publication elsewhere.

2010

Vol 2, No 1 (2010)

This journal issue represents the work of the students in Music and Technoculture (MUSC 2080), a graduate seminar offered by Kiri Miller at Brown University in the spring of 2010. Five graduate students (Bussigel, Inglese, Richman, Whitmore, and Wood) and two undergraduates (Nicholson and Sigel) were enrolled in this course. Each student produced a project proposal abstract and an annotated bibliography, as well as a conference-presentation-length final paper. (Topics sometimes shifted a bit between the proposal stage and the final paper.) The students went through several peer-review rounds in which they provided and responded to feedback on each others' work. Full text of this material will be publicly available through the summer of 2010, after which it may be available by contacting the authors. The authors retain the rights to their work and may have further plans for it in terms of publication/presentation in other venues; material may be removed from the site when it is revised for publication elsewhere.

2008

Vol 1, No 2 (2008)

This journal issue represents the work of the students in Ethnography of Popular Music (MUSC 2080), a graduate seminar offered by Kiri Miller at Brown University in the fall of 2008. Three graduate students (Hanson, Vallaste, and Whitmore) and two undergraduates (Fitzpatrick and Reutershan) were enrolled in this course. Each student produced a project proposal abstract and an annotated bibliography, as well as a conference-presentation-length final paper. The students went through several peer-review rounds in which they provided and responded to feedback on each others' work. Full text of this material will be publicly available through the spring of 2009, after which it may be available by contacting the authors. The authors retain the rights to their work and may have further plans for it in terms of publication/presentation in other venues. If the final project for any author is no longer on the site, this is probably because it has been revised for publication elsewhere.

Vol 1, No 1 (2008)

This journal issue represents the work of the students in Music and Technoculture (MUSC 2080), a graduate seminar offered by Kiri Miller at Brown University in the spring of 2008. Four graduate students (Smulyan, Reeder, Hanson, and Teitelbaum) and three undergraduates (Joo, Davis, and Fitzpatrick) were enrolled in this course. Each student produced a project proposal abstract and an annotated bibliography, as well as a conference-presentation-length final paper. (Each student's proposal and final paper are not necessarily on the same topic.) The students went through several peer-review rounds in which they provided and responded to feedback on each others' work. Full text of this material will be publicly available through the summer of 2008, after which it may be available by contacting the authors. The authors retain the rights to their work and may have further plans for it in terms of publication/presentation in other venues. If the final project for any author is no longer on the site, this is probably because it has been revised for publication elsewhere.

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