ACT members Line Grenier, Murray Forman, Véro Leduc and David Madden will present as part of an ACT panel at the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM) Canada conference in Regina. The panel is titled “Time is of the Essence: Popular Music, Ageing, and Memory” and will take place during the morning of May 27.
Time is of the Essence: Popular Music, Ageing, and Memory
Moderator: Mark V. Campbell, Ryerson University
Knowledge Production and Nostalgia Production: Exploring the Impact of Archiving Hip Hop Cultures in Institutional and Community Contexts (Mark V. Campbell, Ryerson University)
Hip-Hop Nostalgia and Competing Discourses of the Past (Murray Forman, Northeastern University)
Music at your fingertips: Exploring the music-trajectories of signing Deaf seniors in Montreal (Line Grenier, Université de Montréal; Véro Leduc, Université du Québec à Montréal)
Aging Intimacies with Marie Bernard (David Madden, Concordia University)