On Saturday, November 12, 2016, I presented at the Bluegrass Symposium at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill as part of their Bluegrass Initiative Kick off. I focused on presenting my research on the roles of women at festivals and the ways we … Continue readingUNC BLUEGRASS SYMPOSIUM
“When the festivals are over and my friends leave, I cry. They’re part of me and part of the festivals… when the music’s over on Sunday you never know how lonely it is… but they always come back, the musicians and the people. It’s part … Continue readingDissertation Research Report 
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