University of Wollongong
Chris Gibson is Associate Professor in Human Geography at the University of Wollongong. He is the author of various books on music, popular culture and geography including Sound Tracks: Popular Music, Identity and Place (2003, Routledge) and Deadly Sounds, Deadly Places: Contemporary Aboriginal Music in Australia. His preference in western wear is for Rockmount shirts with smile pockets and shotgun cuffs.
ArticlesIntroduction One of the ways in which ‘country’ is made to work discursively is in ‘country music’ – defining a genre and sensibility in music production, marketing and consumption. This article seeks to excavate one small niche in the historical geography of country music to...Read more