Elizabeth K. Keenan (co-author of chapter 10 also) completed her doctorate in ethnomusicology at Columbia University in 2008 and is a lecturer at Fordham University. She is working on her first book, Independent Women? Popular Music, Cultural Politics and the Third Wave Feminist Public, which investigates the intertwining of cultural politics and identity-based movements in the United States since 1990. In 2008, she won the Wong Tolbert Prize from the SEM Section on the Status of Women, and in 2007, she won the Lise Waxer Prize of the Popular Music Section of SEM. She has published in Women and Music, the Journal of Popular Music Studies and Current Musicology and has presented her research at a variety of conferences, including the Society for Ethnomusicology, Society for American Music, the Experience Music Project Pop Conference, and Feminist Theory and Music 9 and 10.
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