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Note from the Guest Editor (2015)
Journal Article
Hibberd, S. (2015). Note from the Guest Editor. 19th-Century Music, 39(2), doi:10.1525/ncm.2015.39.2.83

Principles of Geology and sensory experience at London's Cyclorama (2015)
Journal Article
Hibberd, S. (2015). Principles of Geology and sensory experience at London's Cyclorama. 19th-Century Music, 39(2), doi:10.1525/ncm.2015.39.2.167

The Cyclorama opened in London in 1848 with a representation of the 1755 Lisbon earthquake that reportedly terrified audiences with its realistic aural and visual effects. During the first half of the century Londoners had been confronted with a rapi... Read More about Principles of Geology and sensory experience at London's Cyclorama.

Beyond the digital diaspora: YouTube methodologies, online networking, and the Hmong Music Festival (2015)
Journal Article
Ó Briain, L. (2015). Beyond the digital diaspora: YouTube methodologies, online networking, and the Hmong Music Festival. Journal of World Popular Music, 2(2), doi:10.1558/jwpm.v2i2.26561

This article examines attempts by American Hmong to turn the thriving Hmong digital diaspora into a sustainable offline musical community. The Hmong, an ethnic group of five million people spread across five continents, have embraced YouTube as a pri... Read More about Beyond the digital diaspora: YouTube methodologies, online networking, and the Hmong Music Festival.