Journée d’étude « Taylor Swift: Eras, Narrative, Digital Media and Music », en ligne, 17-18 juillet 2021.
Organisée par Christa Anne Bentley (Oklahoma City University), Kate Galloway (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), and Paula Harper (Washington University in St. Louis).
« On February 11, 2021, pop star Taylor Swift announced the anticipated re-release of her 2008 album Fearless, a project launched following the contentious and public battle between Swift and her former label Big Machine Records. While specific and noteworthy in its particulars, this release also comprises one in a long series of re-visiting and re-versioning of the star’s life and output by Swift, the media, her fans, and her detractors. Listening to Swift’s releases as artifacts of the current digital age, this study day seeks to position Swift as a prism through which to examine intersecting issues in contemporary music industries and media ecosystems, from copyright and pandemic creation, to multimedia star texts and digital fan practices. »
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