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Liz Przybylski University of California, Riverside, USA

Dr. Liz Przybylski is an interdisciplinary popular music scholar who specializes in hip hop in the United States and Canada. She is the author of Hybrid Ethnography (SAGE, 2020). Recent publications focus on her on- and off-line hybrid research in Indigenous hip hop as well as popular music pedagogy, such as the article “Indigenizing the Mainstream: Music Festivals and Indigenous Popular Music” in the special issue on Popular Music, Decolonization and Indigenous Studies in IASPM Journal (2021). Her writing has appeared in music journalism websites including I Care if you Listen and Artbound. Liz has presented her research nationally and internationally, including at the Society for Ethnomusicology, Native American and Indigenous Studies Association, Feminist Theory and Music, and International Council for Traditional Music World Conferences. An Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology at the University of California, Riverside, she teaches courses on ethnographic methods, popular music, Indigenous music, and gender and sexuality studies. Liz served as the President of the Society for Ethnomusicology, Southern California and Hawaii Chapter and on the Society for Ethnomusicology Council. On the radio, Liz hosted “Continental Drift” on WNUR and conducted interviews for programs including “At The Edge of Canada: Indigenous Research” on CJUM.