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Isabelle Marc
Isabelle Marc lectures at the Department of French in the Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Spain. Her research looks at contemporary French popular culture and popular music, and at cultural transfers in the French-Spanish domain. She has published on the aesthetics, intertextuality and transcultural processes of French hip hop and chanson in general. Among her latest publications is ‘Une France passéiste? La nostalgie comme leitmotiv thématique et esthétique chez Georges Brassens’, a study of nostalgia as an aesthetic and cultural ingredient in contemporary French culture, which appeared in French Cultural Studies in 2012. She is currently working on transculturality in popular music within the European context Keywords:  popular music reception,listening,verbal text lyrics,Anglophone music,Non Anglophone music,

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