Caleb Lázaro Moreno
Caleb Lázaro Moreno is a doctoral student in the Department of American Studies at the University of Kansas. He was born in Trujillo, La Libertad (Perú) and grew up in Southern California. Lázaro Moreno is currently writing about several soundscapes present during one of the Los Angeles anti-xenophobia mega marches, which took place on March 25, 2006. He is also a multi-instrumentalist and composer, check out his Bandcamp page.
- 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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