Women & Music, Volume 23, 2019
Edited by Emily Wilbourne


writing rationally after rape: experiencing knowledge production in an academic music context
Claire McGinn

Acoustic Patriarchy: Hearing Gender Violence in Mexico City’s Public Spaces
Anthony W. Rasmussen

Episode 8
Laura R. Schwartz

Women of, for, and at the Wall: A Performative Analysis of Gender Politics at the Western Wall in Jerusalem
Tanya Sermer

The Voice
Atefeh Einali

Music as Mission: Hierarchies of Sound and Difference
Lauren Eldridge Stewart

Sandow Isha Sinai

A Queer Organology of the Pedal Harp
Henry Spiller

Chris and Gabe
Gerald Gurss

“Da uomo”: Querying Gender and Sexuality in Mozart’s La clemenza di Tito
Ilana Walder-Biesanz

Eye o da Hurricane for string quartet (2017)
Angela Elizabeth Slater

Not Playing Properly: Amateurism as Generic Choice in Three Postpunk Case Studies: The Slits, Lora Logic, and the Raincoats
Mimi Haddon

Ivonne Hernández

“Near to Reality, but Not Quite”: Lena Ashwell’s Concerts at the Front during the First World War
Vanessa Williams

The Great Woman Singer: Gender and Voice in Puerto Rican Music, by Licia Fiol-Matta
Reviewed by Jessica C. Hajek

Libby Larsen: Composing an American Life, by Denise Von Glahn
Reviewed by Nomi Epstein 

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