In American Folk Music as Tactical Media, Henry Adam Svec excavates the American folk music revival of the mid-twentieth century to show its continued relevance to contemporary digital media culture, exploring the media central to the production of folk music’s imaginary from Alan Lomax’s Dictaphone machine to Woody Guthrie’s guitar. This is a rich and engaging analysis, writes Michael Audette-Longo, that provides […]
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