Various modes of women's contemporary cultural, social and political leadership can be found in music. Informed by different histories and culturally bound social mores but also by a comparative perspective, the contributors of this volume ask what can be considered leadership in culture from women's point of view. They deconstruct the notion of leadership as corporative and career-related modes of success by showing how women's agency, power and negotiation in and through music can and should be considered as empowering, transformative and role-modeling. By interweaving several disciplinary perspectives – from ethnomusicology, musicology and cultural management to sociology and anthropology – this volume aims to substantially contribute to the study of women's leadership.
Nenić, Iva; Cimardi, Linda (Hg.): Women's Leadership in Music. Modes, Legacies, Alliances.. Bielefeld: transcript 2023 (Music and Sound Culture 63). DOI: https://doi.org/10.25969/mediarep/20039.
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