This talk shared examples from hybrid online/offline music ethnography that help listeners ask theoretical, ethical, and practical questions about modes of sharing information. Thinking through online music festivals and work with nonprofit artist groups, types, purposes, and audiences for varied research products were discussed. The talk bridged from a discussion of making and sharing multimodal media with research collaborators into questions that can be applied to listeners’ own research projects.
About the Speaker
Dr. Liz Przybylski is an interdisciplinary popular music scholar who specializes in hip hop practices in the United States and Canada. An Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology at the University of California, Riverside, she is the author of Hybrid Ethnography (SAGE, 2020). Recent and forthcoming publications in academic journals and edited volumes focus on her on- and off-line hybrid ethnographic research in Indigenous hip hop as well as popular music pedagogy.