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Accominotti, Fabien, Khan, Shamus R. and Storer, Adam (2018) How cultural capital emerged in Gilded Age America: musical purification and cross-class inclusion at the New York Philharmonic. American Journal of Sociology, 123 (6). 1743 - 1783. ISSN 0002-9602

Al-Ghazzi, Omar ORCID: 0000-0001-9905-409X (2014) The flow and entrapment of Syrian Jazira music. Jadaliyya.

Amoah, Michael (2004) Christian musical worship and 'hostility to the body': the medieval influence versus the Pentecostal revolution. Implicit religion, 7 (1). pp. 59-75. ISSN 1463-9955


Baker, Catherine (2013) Book review: Studying popular music culture. LSE Review of Books (22 Aug 2013). Website.

Baker, Catherine (2017) Eurovision 2017 was remarkable for its lack of politics. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (15 May 2017). Website.

Bakker, Gerben ORCID: 0000-0001-6109-0693 (2012) Adopting the rights-based model: music multinationals and local music industries since 1945. Economic History Working Papers (170/12). Department of Economic History, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Bakker, Gerben ORCID: 0000-0001-6109-0693 (2000) Book review: an international history of the recording industry. Business History, 42 (4). pp. 222-223. ISSN 0007-6791

Bakker, Gerben ORCID: 0000-0001-6109-0693 (2005) Book review: playback: from the victrola to MP3: 100 years of music, machines and money. Business History, 47 (2). p. 324. ISSN 0007-6791

Bakker, Gerben ORCID: 0000-0001-6109-0693 (2004) Book review: quarter notes and bank notes: the economics of music composition in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Economic History Review, 57 (4). pp. 796-797. ISSN 0013-0117

Bakker, Gerben ORCID: 0000-0001-6109-0693 (2006) The making of a music multinational: Polygram's international businesses, 1945-1998. Business History Review, 80 (1). pp. 81-123. ISSN 0007-6805

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Getting a Handel on the truth: ‘Alcina’ in Vienna. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (21 Nov 2010). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2007) Kylie, a museum and music journalism. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (05 Feb 2007). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2009) Michael Jackson: media, mourning, music and monstrosity. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (26 Jun 2009). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2007) Reporting rock and roll fascism. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (20 Jun 2007). Website.

Behr, Adam, Negus, Keith and Street, John (2017) Understanding musical copyright in the digital age. LSE Business Review (26 Sep 2017). Website.

Benneworth, Paul (2013) Book review: Music festivals and regional development inAustralia. LSE Review of Books (25 Mar 2013). Website.

Bieleninik, Łucja, Geretsegger, Monika, Mössler, Karin, Assmus, Jörg, Thompson, Grace, Gattino, Gustavo, Elefant, Cochavit, Gottfried, Tali, Igliozzi, Roberta, Muratori, Filippo, Suvini, Ferdinando, Kim, Jinah, Crawford, Mike J., Odell-Miller, Helen, Oldfield, Amelia, Casey, Orla, Finnemann, Johanna, Carpenter, John, Park, A-La ORCID: 0000-0002-4704-4874, Grossi, Enzo, Gold, Christian and TIME-A Study Team, (2017) Effects of improvisational music therapy vs enhanced standard care on symptom severity among children with autism spectrum disorder: the TIME-A randomized clinical trial. JAMA, 318 (6). pp. 525-535. ISSN 0098-7484

Blanes, Ruy Llera (2004) “E nome da interdenominacionalidade: ligações transnacionais e “novas” práticas musicais entre os ciganos evangélicos portugueses". In: Machado, José, Pais de Brito, Joaquim and Vieira de Carvalho, Mário, (eds.) Sonoridades Luso-Afro-Brasileiras. Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, Porto, Portugal. ISBN 9789726711304

Book Reviews, LSE (2014) Reading list: 7 must-read books on music festivals and carnival culture. LSE Review of Books (26 Aug 2014). Website.

Borowiecki, Karol Jan and Kavetsos, Georgios (2015) In fatal pursuit of immortal fame: peer competition and early mortality of music composers. Social Science & Medicine, 134. pp. 30-42. ISSN 0277-9536

Broughton Micova, Sally (2016) Why the UK’s creative industries are better off in the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Jun 2016). Website.

Brown, Chris ORCID: 0000-0003-3478-7246 (2010) Bob Dylan, Live Aid, and the politics of popular communitarianism. In: Brown, Chris, (ed.) Practical Judgement in International Political Theory: Selected Essays. Routledge, London, UK. ISBN 9780415564618

Bryant, Lucy (2019) Policing of live music in England and Wales. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom, GBR.

Bull, Anna (2015) Book review: El Sistema: orchestrating Venezuela’s youth. LSE Review of Books (24 Mar 2015). Blog Entry.


Cammaerts, Bart ORCID: 0000-0002-9508-5128 (2010) From vinyl to one/zero and back to scratch: 
independent Belgian micro labels in search of an ever more elusive fan base. Media@LSE Electronic Working Paper Series (20). Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Chandler, Michael (2012) #LSE alum helps #SierraLeone youth find a #WAYout. Africa at LSE (20 Feb 2012). Website.

Charles, Helen (2012) Benefits of the Internet for Musicians and Fans are Under Threat. LSE Health and Social Care (11 Sep 2012). Website.

Clift, Stephen, Skingley, Ann, Page, Sonia, Stephens, Lizzi, Hurley, Sadie, Dickinson, John, Meadows, Steve, Levai, Irisz, Jackson, Anna, Sullivan, Roisin, Wren, Natalie, McDaid, David ORCID: 0000-0003-0744-2664, Park, A-La ORCID: 0000-0002-4704-4874, Azhar, Saleem, Baxter, Noel, Rozenthuler, Guillermo and Shah, Shilpa (2017) Singing for better breathing: findings from the Lambeth and Southwark singing and COPD project. . Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health, Canterbury Christ Church University, Folkestone.


Daniel, Ronda (2016) A week of black feminism and colourism – in pictures. Researching Sociology (29 Apr 2016). Website.

David-Guillou, Angèle (2009) Early musicians' unions in Britain, France, and the United States: on the possibilities and impossibilities of transnational militant transfers in an international industry. Labour History Review, 74 (3). pp. 288-304. ISSN 1745-8188

Daykin, Norma, Mansfield, Louise, Meads, Catherine, Julier, Guy, Tomlinson, Alan, Payne, Annette, Grigsby Duffy, Lily, Lane, Jack, D’Innocenzo, Giorgia, Burnett, Adele, Kay, Tess, Dolan, Paul, Testoni, Stefano and Victor, Christina (2018) What works for wellbeing? A systematic review of wellbeing outcomes for music and singing in adults. Perspectives in Public Health, 138 (1). pp. 39-46. ISSN 1757-9139

Dunin-Wąsowicz, Roch (2017) The Eurovision in Ukraine was an exercise in soft power. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 May 2017). Website.


Fatsis, Lambros (2020) Book review: the use and abuse of music: criminal records by Eleanor Peters. LSE Review of Books (16 Jan 2020), 1 - 3. Blog Entry.

Feigenbaum, Anna (2005) Some guy designed this room I’m standing in: marking gender in press coverage of Ani DiFranco. Popular Music, 24 (1). pp. 37-56. ISSN 0261-1430

Flamsholt Jensen, Christine (2012) The business of bling: how Hip Hop makes American music history (guest blog). POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (03 Dec 2012). Website.


Garland, Ruth ORCID: 0000-0002-8184-9289 (2013) Strange fascination: image in music and politics Part One. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (16 Dec 2013). Website.

Georgiou, Myria ORCID: 0000-0001-8771-8469 (2008) “In the end, Germany will always resort to hot pants”: watching Europe singing, constructing the stereotype. Popular Communication, 6 (3). 141 -154. ISSN 1540-5702

Gusejnova, Dina ORCID: 0000-0003-1356-9530 (2016) Jazz anxiety and the European fear of cultural change: towards a transnational history of a political emotion. Cultural History, 5 (1). pp. 26-50. ISSN 2045-290X


Hasan, Mubashar (2015) Rock ‘n’ Roll, social change and democratisation in Bangladesh. South Asia @ LSE (04 Dec 2015). Website.

Hayhoe, Simon (2009) Blind Boys of Alabama. In: Burch, Susan, (ed.) Encyclopedia of American Disability History. Facts on File Library of American History. Infobase Publishing, New York, USA. ISBN 9780816070305

Hensby, Alex (2015) Book review: networks of sound, style and subversion: the punk and post-punk worlds of Manchester, London, Liverpool and Sheffield, 1975–80. LSE Review of Books (22 Apr 2015). Website.


James, Deborah ORCID: 0000-0002-4274-197X (1990) Musical form and social history: research perspectives on black South African music. Radical History Review (46/47). pp. 309-319. ISSN 0163-6545


Knott, Ellie ORCID: 0000-0002-9131-3939 (2016) Ukraine’s Eurovision victory brings the plight of Crimean Tatars to a European audience. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (15 May 2016). Website.

Kolbe, Kristina (2022) Producing (musical) difference: power, practices and inequalities in diversity initiatives in Germany’s classical music sector. Cultural Sociology, 16 (2). 231 - 249. ISSN 1749-9755

Kretschmer, Tobias and Peukert, Christian (2014) Video killed the radio star? Online music videos and digital music sales. CEP Discussion Papers (CEPDP1265). London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic Performance, London, UK.


Lazarus, Suleman ORCID: 0000-0003-1721-8519 (2023) The endorsement of online fraud in Nigerian music. Africa at LSE (22 Nov 2023). Blog Entry.

Lewis, David ORCID: 0000-0003-0732-9020, Rodgers, Dennis and Woolcock, Michael (2021) The sounds of development: musical representations as a(nother) source of development knowledge. The Journal of Development Studies, 57 (8). 1397 - 1412. ISSN 0022-0388

Lomas, Matt (2008) NME: rock music media dinosaur or breakthrough act? POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (21 Mar 2008). Website.

Long, Nicholas J. ORCID: 0000-0002-4088-1661 (2019) Who cares about Malay music--and why?: migrant musicality, Christian composition, backlash and boundaries in an Indonesian province made for Malays. In: Kartomi, Margaret J., (ed.) Performing the arts of Indonesia: Malay identity and politics in the, music, dance and theatre of the Riau Islands. NIAS Press, Copenhagen, Denmark, p. 20. ISBN 9788776942595


Maghazei, Malihe (2014) Trends in contemporary conscious music in Iran. LSE Middle East Centre paper series (03). London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Mbaye, Jenny F. (2010) Musical entrepreneurs in West Africa? In: Relating research to reality: interdisciplinary ideas for a changing world. LSE PhD student poster exhibition, 2010-05-26, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, United Kingdom, GBR. (Submitted)

McNeill, Fraser G. (2008) ‘We sing about what we cannot talk about’: music as anthropological evidence in Venda, South Africa. In: Chau, Liana, High, Casey and Lau, Timm, (eds.) How Do We Know? Evidence, Ethnography, and the Making of Anthropological Knowledge. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK, pp. 36-58. ISBN 9781847185815

McNeill, Fraser G. and James, Deborah ORCID: 0000-0002-4274-197X (2008) Singing songs of AIDS in Venda, South Africa: performance, pollution and ethnomusicology in a ‘neo-liberal’ setting. South African Music Studies, 28. pp. 1-30. ISSN 0258-509X

Mcdonagh, Luke (2018) Protecting traditional music under copyright (and choosing not to enforce it. In: Bonadio, Enrico and Lucchi, Nicola, (eds.) Non conventional copyright: do new and atypical works deserve protection? Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 151-173. ISBN 9781786434067

Mcdonagh, Luke T. (2012) Rearranging the roles of the performer and the composer in the music industry – the potential significance of Fisher v Brooker. Intellectual Property Quarterly, 2012 (1). 64 - 76. ISSN 1364-906X

Mgibe, Wezile (2021) Using art to challenge and share knowledge on African public health. Africa at LSE (07 May 2021). Blog Entry.

Moran, Danielle (2010) Music, creativity and copyright: Sharkey gig at LSE. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (22 Oct 2010). Website.


Osiebe, Garhe (2022) From Nigeria to the world: Afrobeats is having a global moment. Africa at LSE (06 Apr 2022). Blog Entry.

Owusu-Bempah, Abenaa ORCID: 0000-0001-6674-0018 (2020) Part of art or part of life? Rap lyrics in criminal trials. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Aug 2020). Blog Entry.

Owusu-Bempah, Abenaa ORCID: 0000-0001-6674-0018 (2022) Prosecuting rap: what does the case law tell us? Popular Music, 41 (4). 427 - 445. ISSN 0261-1430

Owusu-Bempah, Abenaa ORCID: 0000-0001-6674-0018 (2022) The irrelevance of rap. Criminal Law Review, 2022 (2). 130 - 151. ISSN 0011-135X


Patgiri, Rituparna (2022) Book review: Genre publics: popular music, technologies, and class in Indonesia by Emma Baulch. LSE Review of Books (17 Mar 2022). Blog Entry.

Pemberton, Mark (2018) Orchestral manoeuvres, in the dark: what Brexit means for touring musicians. LSE Brexit (13 Aug 2018). Website.

Pratt, Andy C. (2008) The music industry and it's potential role in local economic development: the case of Senegal. In: Barrowclough, D and Kozul-Wright, Z, (eds.) Creative Industries and Developing Countries: Voice, Choice and Economic Growth. Routledge studies in contemporary political economy. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 130-145. ISBN 9780203086704


Roberts, Syamala (2017) Book review: the age of noise in Britain: hearing modernity by James G. Mansell. LSE Review of Books (19 May 2017). Website.

Roy, Tirthankar (2019) Music and society in late colonial India: a study of Esraj in Gaya. Journal of Asian Studies, 79 (1). pp. 25-49. ISSN 0021-9118

Roy, Tirthankar (1998) Music as artisan tradition. Contributions to Indian Sociology, 32 (1). pp. 21-42. ISSN 0069-9667

Roy, Tirthankar (1994) A concept of Indian music. Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research. ISSN 0970-7794


Singeisen, David (2014) Book review: sing the rage: listening to anger after mass violence by Sonali Chakravarti. LSE Review of Books (26 Aug 2014). Website.


Umney, Charles (2016) Musicians are exploited on the London and Paris jazz scenes. LSE Business Review (23 Mar 2016). Website.

Umney, Charles (2016) New online live music agencies have oversized power over musicians. LSE Business Review (29 Sep 2016). Website.


Velander, Marielle (2015) Throw your heart out into the world: a tribute concert to Pakistani human rights activist Sabeen Mahmud. South Asia @ LSE (19 Jun 2015). Website.


Wade, Robert Hunter (2023) Conversations with Gyorgy Ligeti. Challenge. ISSN 0577-5132

Warwick, Ben and Houghton, Ruth (2013) Age restrictions on music videos – sexism solved? Engenderings (13 Nov 2013). Blog Entry.

Withers, Polly ORCID: 0000-0002-5892-3305 (2022) Feminism ruptured, or feminism repaired? Music, feminisms, and gender politics in Palestinian subcultures. In: Skalli, Loubna and Eltantawy, Nahed, (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook on Gender and Communication in the Middle East and North Africa. Palgrave Macmillan. (In Press)

Withers, Polly ORCID: 0000-0002-5892-3305 (2024) Mediating queer masculinities through alternative music from Palestine. Feminist Media Studies. ISSN 1468-0777

Withers, Polly ORCID: 0000-0002-5892-3305 (2021) Ramallah ravers and Haifa hipsters: gender, class, and nation in Palestinian popular culture. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 48 (1). 94 - 113. ISSN 1353-0194


Zaborowski, Rafal (2016) ‘Explode all our metaphors’ – on the potential of sound in media and audience studies. An interview with Martin Barker. Networking Knowledge: Journal of the MeCCSA Postgraduate Network, 9 (2). ISSN 1755-9944

Zaborowski, Rafal (2016) Hatsune Miku and Japanese virtual idols. In: Whiteley, Shelia and Rambarran, Shara, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Music and Virtuality. The Oxford handbook series. Oxford University Press, New York, USA. ISBN 9780199321285

Zaborowski, Rafal (2016) Hello from the other side of music video regulation. Parenting for a Digital Future (11 Apr 2016). Website.

Zaborowski, Rafal (2016) Introduction: new approaches to audiences and their musics. Networking Knowledge: Journal of the MeCCSA Postgraduate Network, 9 (2). ISSN 1755-9944

Zaborowski, Rafal (2012) Simple unchanging stories about things we already know’: Japanese youth and popular songs. Participations: Journal of Audience and Reception Studies, 9 (2). pp. 383-404. ISSN 1749-8716

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