Indiana University announced in a Dec. 13 press release the launch of a new online publication that will include a chapter written by S. Kay Hoke, professor of music and director of the Sunderman Conservatory of Music at Gettysburg College.
From Indiana University:
Indiana University Press has launched a new digital imprint, INshort, which will publish short electronic content on contemporary and historical issues and provide discerning readers with short, engaging views of important and compelling topics in multiple formats.
Titles in the series will feature original content from award-winning authors and will also showcase carefully selected excerpts from previously published IU Press books and journals.
"Women in American Popular Music," by S. Kay Hoke, is a chapter from the edited volume "Women and Music: A History," featuring composers, performers, patrons, musical contexts and an expanded view of women's contributions to music in the 20th century.