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Senior Lecturer In Popular Music

Manchester Metropolitan University

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Manchester, Manchester,M1 5GD

United Kingdom

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Manchester Metropolitan University provides and world class platform for the academic teaching at the Centre for Aviation, Transport and the Environment. CATE's education structure builds on the prospects of educating future generation aware of the impacts o... more.

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Popular Music Research Unit — School of Arts — Oxford Brookes University

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Pete Dale
Pete Dale was an Early Career Research Fellow at Oxford Brookes University and is currently a Senior Lecturer in Popular Music at Manchester Metropolitan University. His specialist subjects are Popular Music and the Politics of Novelty and the use of 'urban' forms of music-making (such as DJing and MCing) to re-engage disaffected school children.


Our staff | Cheshire Campus

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Pete Dale
Senior Lecturer, Musics, Department of Contemporary Arts p.dale@mmu.ac.uk


Our staff | Department of Contemporary Arts | Cheshire Campus

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Dr Pete Dale
Dr Pete Dale Senior Lecturer, Musics


University professor says techno can revolutionise traditional education - News - Mixmag

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A new exposé written by Professor Pete Dale of Manchester Metropolitan University raises the intriguing point that integrating techno and other electronic styles into standard music curriculums could revolutionise education.
Dale explains that the genres young adults enjoy the most are least often visited in the classroom. Peter Dale Manchester Metropolitan University


News and Events | Cheshire Campus

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Think again - a new book by Manchester Metropolitan University lecturer Dr Pete Dale, published today, suggests that pop stars are just as political now as they were in the 60s or during the punk era.
Popular Music and the Politics of Novelty is published by Bloomsbury, and explored the notion that with popular music supposedly obsessed by "retromania", and accused by critics of a "slow and steady fading of the artistic imperative to be original," the message is clear: popular music is in a rut. But is that really the case? Dr Pete Dale says: "When, if ever, did the political engagement kindled by popular music amount to more than it does today? The sixties? The punk explosion of the late 1970s? Despite an on-going fixation upon these periods in much rock journalism and academic writing, this book demonstrates that the utilisation of popular music to promote political causes, on the one hand, and the expression of dissent through the medium of 'popular song', on the other hand, remain widely in practice today." Dr Dale is a senior lecturer in the Department of Contemporary Arts at Manchester Metropolitan's Cheshire campus. He added: "This is not to argue for complacency with regards to the need for expressions of political dissent through popular culture.


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