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David Looseley
David Looseley is Emeritus Professor of Contemporary French Culture at the University of Leeds. His research concerns the contemporary history of cultural practices, policies and institutions, in particular popular culture. Interdisciplinary in scope, it combines historical and political perspectives with an interest in the discourses and cultural debates such practices, policies and institutions engender. He has written extensively in these fields, on topics such as contemporary popular music, the Nancy Theatre Festival, the Bibliothèque nationale de France, postcolonial approaches to cultural policy, youth culture, and the social and cultural theorist Antoine Hennion. He is currently writing a cultural history of Édith Piaf (contracted to Liverpool University Press)

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