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Katherine Meizel

Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology

Bowling Green State University

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Bowling Green State University

110 MCFALL CENTER

Bowling Green, Ohio,43403

United States

Company Description

Bowling Green State University provides experiences that enhance lives. Students are prepared for lifelong career growth, lives of engaged citizenship and leadership in a global society. U.S. News and World Report names BGSU as one of the top public universiti...more

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Employment History

Assistant Professor

Ethnomusicology


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IASPM-US

Board Member


Education

Ph.D.

University of California , Santa Barbara


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www.kivitv.com

Katherine Meizel, Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology, Bowling Green State University , The Coversation/Associated Press


iaspm-us.net

For more information about the conference, send email inquiries to Katherine Meizel, program committee chair, at kmeizel@gmail.com.
You will receive an email confirming receipt of your submission. 2016 program committee: Chair: Katherine Meizel (Bowling Green State University),


www.ctnow.com

"A lot of 'Idol' alums have kept a career going, even if they haven't won multiple Grammys," said Katherine Meizel, an assistant professor of ethnomusicology at Bowling Green State University in Ohio and the author of "Idolized: Music, Media, and Identity in American Idol."
"Idol's" early, enormous influence, Meizel said, paradoxically led to its own obsolescence. "It sparked so many other versions," she said. "Its impact on American culture is still powerful, but it's not centralized now. It's become much more diversified." What we're looking for in our Idols, Meizel said, is a tale that reflects some aspect of the American Dream - success stories so embedded in American culture we forget how deeply rooted they are in political strategies for creating a national identity. "They are about capitalism, competition and the ability to move up the economic ladder, about pulling yourself up by your bootstraps," Meizel said. Recent winners, Meizel said, simply don't have the compelling backstory of, say, Carrie Underwood, who emerged from rural Oklahoma to become a star. "It's about re-affirming that their opinion matters," Meizel said, "that they have any sort of good taste and the capacity to impact their own culture. "That's a great theory," Meizel said. "He's the second-to-last chance that 'Idol' has to create a superstar," Meizel said.


www.grnlive.com

"He's the patriarch who rules with an iron fist, he's the villain, he's the dragon you have to slay to get to your fortune," said Katherine Meizel, an instructor of ethnomusicology at Bowling Green State University and the author of "Idolized," a forthcoming book about the show.


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Honorable Mention was given to Katherine Meizel for Idolized: Music, Media and Identity in American Idol (Indiana University Press, 2011).
Meizel is currently Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology at Bowling Green State University.


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