Publications & Presentations

SERIES EDITOR:

Power, Discourse and Society (Rowman & Littlefield)

Popular Musics Matter: Social, Cultural and Political Interventions (Rowman & Littlefield)

PUBLICATIONS: (you can download some of my publications from here)

Books/Edited Collections

  • Dillane, A., Power, M., Haynes, A., Devereux, E., eds. (2018 forthcoming) Songs of Social Protest: International Perspectives. London: Rowman and Littlefield
  • Devereux, E., Power, M. & Dillane, A. eds. (2018 forthcoming) Atrocity Exhibition: Critical Essays on Joy Division. London: Rowman and Littlefield.
  • Haynes, A., Power, M., Devereux, E., Dillane, A., and Carr, J., eds (2016) Public and Political Discources of Migration: International Perspectives, London: Rowman and Littlefield International. ISBN:978178348273  .
  • Devereux, E., Dillane, A., Power, M. (2015) David Bowie: Critical Perspectives, New York: Routledge.  ISBN:0415745721.
  • Devereux, E., Dillane, A. and Power, M. (2011) Morrissey: Fandom, Representation and Identities, Bristol: Intellect Books. ISBN: 9781841505961.

Published Book Chapters

  • Dillane, A., Power, M. and Devereux. (2017). ‘“Shame Makes the World Go Around”: Performed and Embodies (Gendered) Class Disgust in Morrissey’s “Slum Mums”’ in Music as Multi-Modal Discourse: Music, Power, and Protest, L. Way and S. McKerrell (eds), London: Bloomsbury
  • Dillane, A. (2016)  ‘Irish Traditional Music Dissemination at the End of the Long Nineteenth Century: Francis O’Neill’s Music of Ireland (1903) and the City of Chicago’ in Knowledge Dissemination in the Long Nineteenth Century, M. Dossena and S. Rosso (eds), Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars.
  • Dillane, A., Power, M., Haynes, A., Devereux, E, & Carr, J. (2016) ‘In the Frame? Discourses of Migration: An Introduction to the Volume’ in Haynes, A., Power, M., Devereux, E, Dillane, A. & Carr, J. (eds) Public and Political Discources of Migration: International Perspectives, London: Rowman and Littlefield International.
  • Dillane, A., Power, M., Haynes, A., Devereux, E, & Carr, J. (2016) ‘In the Frame? Discourses of Migration: An Introduction to the Volume’ in Haynes, A., Power, M., Devereux, E, Dillane, A. & Carr, J. (eds) Public and Political Discources of Migration: International Perspectives, London: Rowman and Littlefield International.
  • Devereux, E., Dillane, A., Power, M., Haynes, A. & Carr, J. (2016 Forthcoming) ‘Opportunities for Resistance Through Discourse’ in Haynes, A., Power, M., Devereux, E, Dillane, A. & Carr, J. (eds) Public and Political Discources of Migration: International Perspectives, London: Rowman and Littlefield International.
  • Devereux, E., Dillane, A. and Power, M. (2015) ‘Where are we now? Contemporary Scholarship on David Bowie’, in Devereux, E, Dillane, A. & Power, M. (ed.s) David Bowie: Critical Perspectives, New York: Routledge.
  • Dillane, A., Devereux, E. and Power, M. (2015) ‘Culminating Sounds and (En)visions: A critical reading of Bowie’s “Ashes to Ashes”’, in Devereux, E, Dillane, A. & Power, M. (ed.s) David Bowie: Critical Perspectives, New York: Routledge, 33-55.
  • Dillane, A. (2014) ‘Irish Traditional Music, Nostalgia, and Cultural Intimacy’. 25th Annual Sean O Riada Memorial Lecture. Traditional Music Society, University College Cork.
  • Dillane, A. and  Devereux, E. (2011) ‘Speedway for Beginners: Morrissey, Martyrdom and Ambiguity’ in Morrissey: Fandom, Representations, Identities: Bristol: Intellect Press/University of Chicago Press, 189-206.
  • Devereux, E., Dillane, A. and Power, M. (2011) ‘And Don’t Forget The Songs That Made You Sad and The Songs That Saved Your Life…’, in Devereux, E., Dillane, A. and Power, M. (eds.) Morrissey: Fandom, Representation and Identities, Bristol: Intellect Books, 13-18.

Forth-coming book chapters

  • Dillane, A. & Gareiss, N.  ‘The Lion, The Witch and The Closet’: Heteronormative Institutional Research and Performance Practices and the queering of ‘Traditions’, in Queering the Field: Sounding Out Ethnomusicology, G. Barz and W. Cheng (eds), Oxford University Press
  • Dillane, A. & Langlois, T. ‘Sonic Mapping and Critical Citizenship: Reflections on Limerick Soundscapes’ in Transforming Ethnomusicology – Social Activism and Applied Research, ed. B. Diamond and S. El Castelo-Branco. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

  • Power. M, and Dillane, A. (2018 forthcoming) ‘Sing to the Colonies: Music, Race and New Irish Cosmopolitanism in a Damian Dempsey Protest Song.’ in Power, M. & Dillane, A. (guest editors) MUSICultures (Journal of the Canadian Society for Traditional Music) Special Edition on Songs of Social Protest. 
  • Dillane, A. (2017) ‘Sacred and Profane: Expressions of Melbournian-Irishness in the Song Repertoire of Miss Cecilia Curtin, ethnic entrepreneur (1903-1937).  The Australasian Journal of Irish Studies
  • Dillane, A., Power, M., and Devereux, E. (2017) ‘‘Locating Culture, Making Soundscapes, and Activating Critical Social Relations: A Case Study from LimerickSoundscapes’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science.
  • Dillane, A., and Noone, M. (2016) ‘Irish Music Orientalism’ in New Hibernia Review, 20(1), Spring 2016, 121-137.
  • Power, M., Dillane, A. and Devereux, E. (2016 forthcoming in hard copy; 2015 in digital copy) ‘”I Sing Out to the Youth of the Slums.” Morrissey and Class Disgust’, Popular Music and Society. DOI:10.1080/03007766.2015.1072871.
  • Dillane, A., Langlois, T., Power, M. and Ní Bhriain, O. (2015) ‘Urban Soundscapes and Critical Citizenship: Explorations in activating a ‘sonic turn’ in urban cultural studies’. Journal of Urban Cultural Studies, 2(2), 89-106.
  • Dillane, A., Langlois, T. (2015) ‘Our Sounds, Our City: Urban Soundscapes, Critical Citizenship and the LimerickSoundscapes Project’. Journal of Urban Cultural Studies, 2(2), 135-150.
  • Dillane, A., Power, M. and Devereux, E. (2014) ‘I Can Have Both: A Queer Reading of Morrissey’. European journal of Popular Culture, 5 (2), 149-164.
  • Dillane, A. (2013) ‘Composing Identity, Fiddling with (Post)Ethnicity: Liz Carroll’s “Lake Effect”’.  MUSICultures (Canadian Society for Traditional Music), Vol 40 (1), 7-34.
  • Dillane, A. (2013) ‘Irish Nostalgic Song and the Performance of Identity’. Béaloideas Journal of the Folklore Society of Ireland, Vol 81, ed. Rionach Uí Ogáin. Dublin:  An Cumann le Béaloideas Éireann, 19-36.
  • Power, M., Dillane, A. and Devereux, E. (2012) ‘A push and a shove and the land is ours: Morrissey’s counter-hegemonic stance(s) on social class’, Critical Discourse Studies. 9(4), 375-392.
  • Dillane, A.  (2013) ‘Jim O’Donoghue – performer’ [annotated audio track]. ICTM Ireland Fieldwork CD. Dublin: International Council For Traditional Music Ireland.
  • Dillane, A. (2012) ‘Jim Across the Road’. New Hibernia Review, 16 (1) Spring 2012, 9-15.

Journal Special Edition guest editorship

  • Power, M. and Dillane, A. (2018 forthcoming) ‘Singers and Songs of Social Protest’, special edition of MUSICultures, Canadian Journal of Traditional Music.
  • Dillane, A. et al.  (2015) Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 2(1 & 2) special section/edition.
Encyclopaedia Entries
  • Dillane, A (2018 forthcoming) ‘Ireland: History, Culture and Geography of Music’, SAGE Encyclopaedia of Music and Culture, J. Sturman (ed). New York: Sage.
  • Dillane, A (2018 forthcoming) ‘Ireland: Modern and Contemporary Performance Practice’, SAGE Encyclopaedia of Music and Culture, J. Sturman (ed). New York: Sage.
  • Dillane, A. (2011) The Piano’ in The Companion to Irish Traditional Music. 2nd edition, ed. Fintan Vallely. Cork: Cork University Press.

Published Peer-reviewed Conference Proceedings

  • Dillane, A., Langlois, T., and Fernstrom, M. (2013). ‘Soundscapes and Critical Citizenship: Towards a People’s Soundscape’ in  Proceedings from the University of Kent Symposium on Acoustic Ecology (digital format).
  • Dillane, A. (2013) ‘Ethnomusicological Theory and Practice: Towards an Irish Ethnomusicology.’ Proceedings of the Crossroads Conference: Education and Traditional Music. Ed. Fintan Vallely et al.  Dublin: Whinstone.

Peer-reviewed Journal Reviews

  • Dillane, A. (forthcoming, 2018) Review of Gerry Smith’s Music and Identity: Celtic Tiger Blues (2017), in Popular Music.
  • Dillane, A. (2018) Review of A Different Kind of Ethnography: Imaginative Practices and Creative Methodologies (2017), ed. Elliott, D. and Culhane, D., in Bealoideas: Journal of Irish Folklore.
  • Dillane, A. (2016) Review of Music and Identity in Ireland and Beyond (2014), ed. Fitzgerald, M and O’Flynn, J., in Bealoideas: Journal of Irish Folklore, Summer/Autumn, 2016.
  • Dillane, A. (2014) Review of ‘Sonar-Cities: Learning Culture Through City Soundscapes’. World of Music, 3 (1).
  • Dillane, A. (2013) Review of ‘Sean Williams and Lillis Ó Laoire, Bright Star of the West: Joe Heaney, Irish song-man’. Ethnomusicology, vol 57(2), Fall 2013, 542-546.
  • Dillane, A. (2011) Review of ‘Irish Pirate Ballads and Other Songs of the Sea’ Smithsonian Folkways SFW CD 40552 (2009). Yearbook of Traditional Music Journal of the International Council of Traditional Musics.

PRESENTATIONS:

INVITED PRESENTATIONS (21) (not including 30 peer-reviewed national and international conference presentations since 2004)

2017 

  • Seminar speaker: ‘Singing Protest in a Globalised World: Dublin’s Damien Dempsey – A Case Study’ Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies seminar series, University of Notre Dame (Oct)
  • Symposium Speaker: ‘Nótaí/Notes: Music and Ireland’, Éire/Ireland Symposium, Boston College, Mass, USA (Sept).
  • Symposium Speaker: ‘Structures of Feeling in Contemporary Irish Song: Old Themes, New Voices’ in ‘Music for Words, Perhaps: A Symposium on Irish Song’, Princeton University, NJ., USA. (Mar). 
  • Public Lecture: ‘Irish Nostalgic Songs: Roots and Routes’. Bridgewater State University, Mass, USA. (Mar).

2016 

  • Roundtable speaker: ‘Reflections on the role of ethnomusicology in the study of traditional music on the BA in Irish Music and Dance, Irish World Academy, UL’.  Roundtable: ‘Once Again on Theory and Practice: The Contributions of Ethnomusicology and Ethnochoreology to Vernacular Music and Dance Programmes in Higher Education’.  International Council for Tradition Music Symposium and international board pre-biannual conference visit. University of Limerick (June).
  • Plenary speaker. ‘Applied Ethnomusicology and collaborations with the Social Sciences and Medical Sciences’ for ‘Music Research in Ireland Now and Into the Future, at The Society for Musicology in Ireland Annual Conference, Dublin City University (June).
  • Keynote: ‘Songs of Social Protest’, National Postgraduate Conference on Music and Social Protest, University of Groningen, The Netherlands (May).
  • Workshop speaker: ‘Francis O’Neill’s music cylinders and the World(ing) of Irish Music’, Mellon-funded Humanities without Borders The Global Midwest ‘Early History of World Music Recordings Project’, Franke Institute, University of Chicago (May).
  • Seminar: ‘LimerickSoundscapes and Critical Citizenship,’ Sociology Seminar Series, University of Limerick (Apr)
  • Annual Lecture: ‘Sacred and Profane: Irish Identity in the Song Repertoire of Miss Cecilia Curtin, Ethnic Entrepreneur, c. 1903-1937’. O’Donnell Research Fellowship Lecture, Newman College, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia (Feb).

2015 

  • Seminar: ‘Against the Grain: Counter-Hegemonic Songs of an Irish Singer-Songwriter (Damian Dempsey: A Case Study). National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland (Nov).
  • Conference: ‘Urban Soundscape (re)Generation as Utopian Method: LimerickSoundscapes (A Case Study)’, In the Regions of Utopia, Leverhulme-funded ‘Network of the Futures’ Symposium, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK. (July).

2013 

  • Seminar: ‘Soundscapes and Critical Citizenship – Towards a People’s Soundscape’, Dept. of Music, Southampton University, UK. (Oct).
  • Seminar: ‘Irish Music, Ethnicity, and Identity’, Global Irish Studies Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, Australia  (Apr).
  • Seminar: ‘Composing Identity, Playing with (Post)Ethnicity: Liz Carroll’s Lake Effect. Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music Research Seminar, Monash University, Australia (Mar).
  • Seminar: ‘Irish Music, Performativity, and Cultural Intimacy’. Melbourne Conservatorium of Music Research Seminar, University of Melbourne, Australia (Mar).
  • Annual Lecture: ‘Aislings and Avatars: Irish (Traditional) Music, Performativity, and Cultural Intimacy’. Sean Ó Riada Annual Memorial Lecture, National University of Ireland, Cork, Ireland. (Jan).

2012

  • Seminar: ‘Music, Space, Utopia’. SAUL Senior Research Seminar, School of Architecture, University of Limerick (Nov).
  •  Seminar: ‘Sentimentalism in Irish Music’, Music in Ireland Lecture Series, School of Music, University College Dublin, Ireland (Oct).
  • Special Research Group: ‘Irish (Traditional) Music, Nostalgia, and Cultural Intimacy’.  Banchnoic Éireann Ó!: Folklore, Music and Song of Ireland Symposium, Princess Grace Library, Monaco (Sept).
  • Conference: ‘Irish Nostalgia’.  ‘What is Different About the Irish?’ Irish Studies Interdisciplinary Conference, Dept of Sociology, University College Dublin, Ireland (Sept)

 

Seminar Presentations@UL

2014

  •  ‘Keep It Country: Country Music and the Twentieth Century  (Perspectives from Ireland and Australia’, A Tower Seminar, Irish World Academy, University of Limerick (Sept). Featured Speaker and Seminar Convener.

2012

  •  ‘Textures of Place in Music: Phenomenology, Biography & Spatial Stories’, Music Place, Self, A Tower Seminar, Irish World Academy, University of Limerick (Nov). Featured Speaker and Seminar Convener.
  • ‘Conversations and Play’ Performance, Text, Context Interdisciplinary Group, A Tower Seminar, Irish World Academy, University of Limerick, (Feb). Featured Speaker and Seminar Co-convener.
  •  ‘Texting the City: Francis O’Neill’s Irish Music and Chicago’s Modernity’.  Tower Seminar Series Interdisciplinary Group ‘Performance, Text, Context’, Irish World Academy, University of Limerick (Feb). Featured Speaker and Seminar Co-convener.

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