Bronwen Low is an Associate Professor in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education at McGill University. She researches the implications of popular culture for education, curriculum theory, and adolescent (multi)literacy practices. Areas of interest include hip-hop and spoken word culture; informal, arts-based and participatory education with youth; and community media and participatory video programs.
- My Voice, or On Not Staying Quiet
- The Sound of Feminist Snap, or Why I Interrupted the 2018 SEM Business Meeting
- SO! Amplifies: Die Jim Crow Record Label
- TiK ToK: Post-Crash Party Pop, Compulsory Presentism and the 2008 Financial Collapse
- “Heavy Airplay, All Day with No Chorus”: Classroom Sonic Consciousness in the Playlist Project
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