Vol 11, No 1 (2021)

Special Issue: Crises at Work: Potentials for Change?

This Special Issue is motivated by, but not limited to, the current processes and effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the global civic rights movement related to “Black Lives Matter”, which highlights systemic racism as an epidemic in many societies around the world. It gathers a broad range of scholarly and artistic perspectives on crises in popular music composition and production, labour, business, education, societies and cultures. It contains five articles, four statements on the crises specificities from different parts of the world, one of which in podcast format, and two book reviews.

Editor
Dr. Mary Fogarty

Special Issue Editors
Prof. Michael Ahlers
Dr. Jan-Peter Herbst

Assistant Editors
Xavier Villanueva Capella
Dr. Raquel Campos Valverde

Additional Editors
Dr. Melissa Avdeeff
Dr. Szu-Wei Chen
Dr. Helen Elizabeth Davies
Dr. Will Echard
Dr. Jan Herbst
Dr. Beate Peter
Dr. Jon Stewart
Dr. Laura Wiebe

Layout Editor
Dr. Raquel Campos Valverde

Reviews Editor
Dr. Richard Osborne

Table of Contents

Editorial

Mary Fogarty
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1
Jan Peter Herbst, Michael Ahlers
PDF
2-5

Articles – Special Issue

Iain A. Taylor, Sarah Raine, Craig Hamilton
PDF
6-21
Magdalena Fürnkranz
PDF
22-37
Melanie Ptatscheck
PDF
38-55
Marco Antonio Juan de Dios Cuartas
PDF
56-69
Wonseok Lee, Grace Kao
PDF
70-87

Statements

Ioannis Tsioulakis
Martin Lücke
PDF
88-93
Jason Huxtable
PDF
94-99
Mirko M. Hall
PDF
100-104

Reviews

Nabeel Zuberi
PDF
105-107
Giacomo Bottà
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108-110