Dr. Liz Przybylski

Publications

Books:

Sonic Sovereignty: Hip Hop, Indigeneity, and Shifting Popular Music Mainstreams. New York: NYU Press, 2023.          

Hybrid Ethnography: Online, Offline, and In Between. Los Angeles: SAGE Publications, 2020.

Peer-reviewed and popular press articles and chapters, solo authored unless otherwise noted:

“Singing Resilience: Indigenous Women’s Leadership Counteracting Gender-Based Violence.” In Violence and Indigenous Communities, edited by Susan Sleeper-Smith, Jeff Ostler, and Josh Reid, p. 203-221. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 2021.

“Rapping to and for a multivocal Canada: Je m’y oppose au nom de toute la nation.” In We Still Here: Hip Hop North of the 49th Parallel, edited by Charity Marsh and Mark Campbell, p. 65-96. Montréal: McGill-Queens Press, 2020.

“Hip hop dialogues: Sampling women’s hand drum songs and the Canadian popular mainstream.” In Popular Music and the Politics of Hope: Queer and Feminist Interventions, edited by Susan Fast and Craig Jennex, 187-205. New York: Routledge, 2019.

“Bilingual Hip Hop from Community to Classroom and Back: A Study in Decolonial Applied Ethnomusicology.” Ethnomusicology 62, no. 3 (2018): 375-402.

“Customs and Duty: Indigenous Hip Hop and the US-Canada Border.” Journal of Borderlands Studies vol 33 no 3 (2018): 487-506.

Przybylski, Liz, and Nasim Niknafs. “Popular Music and (R)evolution of the Classroom Space: Occupy Wall Street in the Music School.” In The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music Education, edited by Gareth Smith et. al., 412-424. New York: Routledge, 2017.

“Indigenous Survivance and Urban Musical Practice.” Revue de recherche en civilisation américaine vol 5 (2015): 1-14. http://rrca.revues.org/706.

Przybylski, Liz, and Nasim Niknafs. “Practice What You Preach: Teaching and Learning Popular Music in Higher Education Through Interdisciplinary Collaboration.” iaspm@journal vol 5, no 1 (2015): 100-123.

“Horizontal Networking and the Music of Idle No More.” Civic Media Project, edited by Eric Gordon and Paul Mihailidis. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2015.

“How the Summer Music Festival Changed in 2020, and What’s Next.” I Care If You Listen. August 13, 2020.

Media Review of Unreserved. Yearbook for Traditional Music 51 (2019): 333-335.

“Fallen: From a Singer’s Point of View.” Camerata Nova Blog. November 1, 2018.

Book Review of Aboriginal Music in Contemporary Canada: Echoes and Exchanges. Yearbook for Traditional Music 50 (2018): 214-16.

“Hip Hop and Language Learning.” WorldView Bolg. February 13, 2018.

“Listening as Decolonial Practice.” SEM Student News, Special Issue: Decolonizing Ethnomusicology Vol. 12 No. 2 (2016): 14-15.

“Tanya Tagaq Loudly Combats Indigenous Stereotypes.” KCET: Artbound. September 8, 2016.

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