about Kendra

Visiting Assistant Professor, Musicology/Ethnomusicology Division, School of Music University of Maryland, College Park.

Ph.D. Ethnomusicology, University of California, Berkeley (fall 2013).                   dissertation (filed July 2013): The Networked Self: Hip Hop Musicking and Muslim Identities in Neoliberal Morocco.

Research Interests: Hip hop and other Afro-diasporic musical practices in the US, Morocco, and the Muslim world; trans-Saharan and trans-Atlantic circulations; music and diplomacy; popular music in the post-industrial US; neoliberalization, Muslim modernities, and the relationships of these to subjectivation, network formation, and non-national senses of belonging.

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