Considering (Queer) Musicking Through Autoethnography
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Klotz, M. (2022). Considering (Queer) Musicking Through Autoethnography. MUSICultures, 48, 9–28. Retrieved from https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/MC/article/view/32759

Abstract

Queer musicking is integral to queer lives and becoming. With this notion in mind, this paper recounts some of my experiences of queer musicking in a rural space, in straight spaces, and in proximity to disparate bodies. Through this approach, I explore how
autoethnography might provide a queer perspective to musicking, as well as locate instances of queer musicking and queer-within-musicking. These events are important in contemporary times, as it is these moments that remind queer people of our agency and non-queer people of the need for greater social and environmental justice.

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