Imani Mosley

bassoonist | musicologist | digital humanist

Essays
"Say Her Name": Invocation, Remembrance, and Gendered Trauma in Black Lives Matter in Performing Commemoration (forthcoming 2019, University of Michigan Press)

Articles
"making lemonade out of strange fruit" Musicology Now (American Musicological Society), February 2017 http://musicologynow.ams-net.org/2017/02/making-lemonade-out-of-strange-fruit.html

"Queer and Loathing in Las Vegas: Performing Community in Daron Hagen's Vera of Las VegasNewMusicBox, June 2016 http://www.newmusicbox.org/articles/queer-and-loathing-in-las-vegas-performing-community-in-hagens-vera/

Featured In
Alexandria H. Carrico, “Sounding Social Justice In American Opera: Race and Gender in Stinney: An American Execution,” Folk Life 56 (2018) https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/04308778.2018.1502401 — I’m interviewed here about my work as the dramaturg on Stinney by Frances Pollock and how I approached issues of blackness in the work

John Hong, “Shelley Washington and Gemma Peacocke: Confronting Sexism from Male Allies,” National Sawdust, July 2018 https://nationalsawdust.org/thelog/2018/07/12/shelley-washington-and-gemma-peacocke-confronting-sexism-from-male-allies/ — I’m interviewed here about classical music, misogyny, and Twitter

Rebecca Bodenheimer, “Twitter is a hellscape for female scholars,” Daily Dot, September 2018 https://www.dailydot.com/irl/female-scholars-twitter-harassment/ — I’m interviewed here about the harassment, mansplaining, and attacks I’ve received on Twitter in regard to my scholarship

Talks
Why Britten Matters | view here

My interview with BBC Radio 4 discussing Brahms' Ein deutsches Requiem

 

My interview with South Carolina Public Radio discussing Britten, Peter Grimes, and academia