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Portia Seddon teaches Women and Gender Studies at Hunter College of the City University of New York, where she is completing her Master’s thesis in Cultural Anthropology. She is a founding member of Critical Studies in Expressive Culture, a research collective and discussion network centered on aesthetics, radical politics, and critical social theory. Her research interests include digital music practices, Marxist politics, and urban soundscapes.

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5 responses to “MP3 Blogging and the Urban Soundscape”

  1. […] remixed dance music (“global ghettotech” – Marshall 2007). In her article “MP3 Blogging and the Urban Soundscape: Notes on the Ethnography of Mediated Music” she also continues the discussion surrounding the role of the ethnographer and the blurring […]

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  3. […] seien Männer, aus den USA und Europa, weiss und heterosexuell, schreibt Portia Seddon in einem wissenschaftlichen Artikel zu MP3-Blogs auf norient.com. Kritiker setzen genau hier an: Das sei kultureller Postkolonialismus, […]

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