Bach’s most influential pedagogical work turns 300 this year. But what’s so “well-tempered” about this clavier, and what’s a “clavier,” anyway?
A spokeswoman for white, rural, working-class women, Loretta Lynn used music to articulate the fears, dreams, and anger of women living in a patriarchal society.
Produced by the master entertainer P. T. Barnum, a melodrama about the dangers of alcohol was the first show to run for a hundred performances in New York City.
Harnessing the power of quirk to engage students and inspire research in an online learning environment.
Organized in the aftermath of the 1965 Watts uprising, the music festival showed that something powerful was happening in the Black community.
The gritty dramas of the 1950s and 1960s revealed the bitterness and disillusionment of Britain's working class youth.
With roots in the small press and fanzine communities, the girl zine movement relied on pen, paper, and copy machines to fight structural oppression.
Motown’s foray into gay liberation music may have been short-lived, but it made an outsized impact on queer culture.
An aesthetic of resistance and a form of protest against racist ideologies, dance activism has become a meaningful part of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Presley’s embrace of martial arts resonated with working- and middle-class Americans who felt alienated from the US justice system.