Did you know that classical music has never been solely composed by white men? As Feminist Book Club’s resident classical music nerd, I feel it is my duty to remind readers every so often that women and BIPOC composers have been writing great classical music for a long, long time. It just gets, well, kind […]
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“Reclaiming the Canon” is a series of posts that aims to bring attention to historical women who are often excluded from the narrative of their field — whether in literature, music, science, or other areas. Each post features a woman whose name we feel everyone should know. Readers are strongly encouraged to explore further resources, spend
When I was thinking about who I wanted to interview for a blog about feminism, Katie Welch was one of the first people to come to mind. She has built her impressive and burgeoning career as a singer-songwriter and producer from the ground up. Welch has even become a household name in certain parts of
Warning: This post contains spoilers for Stranger Things Season 4, Episode 4. CW: depression Finally, a show that depicts music therapy as epically as it treats monsters, superpowers and the 1980s! The highly anticipated Season 4 of Stranger Things debuted on Netflix on May 27th, and it’s already sent Kate Bush’s 1985 single “Running Up
If you know anything about me from reading my blog posts over the years, it’s that I am a pretty basic person. I love Disney, cats, books (obviously), plants, and Taylor Swift. I have been a huge fan of Taylor since the release of Fearless in 2008 when I was just starting middle school. Over
I have a physical copy of the album Survivor by Destiny’s Child. I bought it at a Warehouse Music, which is now a bank. The album sits on my shelf as a crystal. On May 1st of this year, Survivor turned 20 years old. The album was released two years after Writing’s on the Wall