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Punk Productions: Unfinished Business
  • U. Adelt
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  • 1 February 2006
“Ich bin der Rock'n'Roll‐Übermensch”: Globalization and Localization in German Music Television
Current debates on globalization have taken into account indigenization and hybridization as strategies of supporting local cultures against the threat of homogenization. As the development of theExpand
Displaying the Guitar: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Museum of Pop Culture
Abstract In this essay, I look closely at two museum sites, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum (Rock Hall) in Cleveland, Ohio, and the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) in Seattle, Washington, inExpand
The Krauts Are Coming
Paige A. McGinley, Staging the Blues: From Tent Shows to Tourism
ABSTRACT: Staging the Blues is the first sustained effort to study the performative aspects of blues and its important connections to theatricality. Through case studies ranging from early, classicExpand
Ghetto Voices in Contemporary German Culture: Textscapes, Filmscapes, Soundscapes
concert. Finally, she describes the differences among the various CD versions of the concert. Much of this involves the controversy over how much editing should be done to the original recording,Expand
Black, white and blue: racial politics of blues music in the 1960s
My dissertation is a foray into blues music's intricate web of racial taxonomies, an aspect that has been neglected by most existing studies of the genre. In particular, I am interested inExpand
Outside Looking In: Donna Summer's Sound of Munich and David Bowie's Berlin Trilogy
Ulrich Adelt, "Outside Looking In: Donna Summer's Sound of Munich and David Bowie's Berlin Trilogy," in Krautrock: German Music in the Seventies (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2016),Expand