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  • 1 Head of MA program, Music Management, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK
  • | 2 PhD Candidate, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, New York University, USA
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Brandon Farnsworth, Anna Jakobsson, and Vanessa Massera, eds. 2021. Taking the Temperature: Crisis, Curating, and Musical Diversity, 2nd edition. Zurich: OnCurating.org.

Eckersall, Peter, and Bertie Ferdman. 2021. Curating Dramaturgies: How Dramaturgy and Curating are Intersecting in the Contemporary Arts. New York: Routledge, 201 pp., Ebook available.

Contributor Notes

Ed McKeon is a musician who neither performs nor composes. Co-director of Third Ear, he produces and commissions music and mixed-media events at the point where music indisciplines other art forms—whether theater, installation, or performance. He completed doctoral research on musicality and the curatorial and leads an MA program at Goldsmiths College, University of London on Music Management.

Juan Menchero is a PhD candidate at New York University's Department of Spanish and Portuguese and has recently collaborated with Compañía Nacional de Teatro Clásico in Spain. His latest publication, included in The Unsafe Stage (Liverpool University Press, 2022) explores the role of habit and imitation in late nineteenth-century theater.

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  • Beckett, Samuel. 1959. The Unnamable. (English edition translated from French to English by the author.) New York: Grove Press Inc.

  • Goehr, Lydia. 2007. The Imaginary Museum of Musical Works: An Essay in the Philosophy of Music, rev. ed., Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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  • Marchart, Olivier. 2019. Conflictual Aesthetics: Artistic Activism and the Public Sphere, 1112. London, UK: Sternberg Press.

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