Conversations on Diversity

Conversations on Diversity

May 02, 2019
SMSU
12:00 PM
"What Country Music Can Teach Us about Sex, Race, Class, and  Immigration in America"
Presenter: Dr.Nadine Hubbs
Thursday, May 2nd, 2019
Noon-1:30 p.m.

Nadine Hubbs is a historian, theorist, musicologist, and professor of women's studies and music, and faculty affiliate in American culture, at the University of Michigan. In her scholarship and teaching, Hubbs uses listening to uncover the powerful workings of gender and sexuality, class, race and immigration. She has published many essays on classical, country, and pop music topics, including Morrissey, 1970s disco, and Radiohead, and two award-winning books; The Queer Composition of America's Sound, and most recently, Rednecks, Queers, and Country Music. 

Dr.Hubbs is conducting fieldwork with Mexican American music fans in Texas and California for her next book. Country Mexicans: Sounding Mexican American Life, Love and Belonging in Country Music. She is a public scholar whose research has been featured in The Guardian, Los Anegeles Times, The Nation, New York Times, BBC, NPR, Pacifica Radio, and many other media outlets. 
Santos Manual Student Union Event Center
For more information or accommodations contact: Twillea Evans-Carthen at (909) 537-3103, diversity@csusb.edu