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Friday, April 21 • 11:15am - 1:15pm
I Fought the Law

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Rachel Miller, “‘Mere Mechanics of the Orchestra’: The Politics of Art and Labor in the Nineteenth-Century Creative Economy”
Darin DeWitt, “‘Can I Get a Witness?’ How Musician Testimony Challenges the Capitol’s Conventions”
Stan Soocher, “Legal Challenges To Governmental Ordinances”
Jarryn Ha, “What’s in a Hit?: South Korean Government’s War on Marijuana, Decadence, and Foreign Musical Influences”

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Katherine Meizel

Katherine Meizel is Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology at Bowling Green State University. She earned her doctorates in ethnomusicology and vocal performance at UCSB. Her book Idolized: Music, Media, and Identity in American Idol was published in 2011; she also wrote about Idol for Slate from 2007-2011. For Oxford University Press, she is currently co-editing a Handbook of Voice Studies, and completing her monograph Multivocality: An Ethnography of Singing on the Borders of Identity... Read More →

Speakers
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Darin DeWitt

Darin DeWitt holds a PhD in Political Science from UCLA. He is Assistant Professor of Political Science at California State University, Long Beach where he studies American politics, Congress, and public opinion. His work has been published in Celebrity Studies, PS: Political Science... Read More →
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Jarryn Ha

Jarryn Ha is a PhD candidate in Historical Musicology at Case Western Reserve University. A native of Seoul, Korea, he has been active in research of the nation’s popular music and culture through the lens of cultural history, genders, technologies, and religions. | | “What’s in a Hit?: South Korean... Read More →
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Rachel Miller

Rachel Miller is a PhD candidate in American Culture at the University of Michigan, where she is writing a dissertation titled “Capital Entertainment: Creative Labor and the Modern Stage, 1840–1910.” Her work has been published in scholarly journals and edited collections as well as in the Los Angeles Review of Books and... Read More →
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Stan Soocher

Entertainment attorney Stan Soocher is Associate Professor of Music & Entertainment Industry Studies at the University of Colorado Denver and Editor-in-Chief of the monthly Entertainment Law & Finance. His books include Baby You’re a Rich Man: Suing the Beatles for Fun & Profit and They Fought the Law: Rock Music Goes to Court. He... Read More →


Friday April 21, 2017 11:15am - 1:15pm
Hyatt House 201 5th Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109