Tami Gadir is a Lecturer in the Bachelor of Arts (Music Industry) program. She researches, teaches, and supervises on music and society, with a special interest in politics, power, and technology.
Tami teaches on, and offers supervision in, music’s intersections with society, culture, politics, power, labour, and technology.
The Music Studies Reading Group runs once a month from February to October and is supported by the Screen and Sound Cultures Research Network in the School of Media and Communication. Students and staff are welcome.
Please visit https://www.tamigadir.com/ for updates and forthcoming publications, including Tami's new book Dance Music: A Critical Study of an Ordinary Culture (Bloomsbury Academic) due out in 2023.
- PhD, Music (University of Edinburgh)
- Werner, A.,Gadir, T.,De Boise, S. (2020). Broadening research in gender and music practice In: Popular Music, 39, 636 - 651
- Gadir, T. (2018). Understanding Agency from the Decks to the Dance Floor In: Music Theory Online, 24, 1 - 15
- Gadir, T. (2017). Forty-Seven DJs, Four Women: Meritocracy, Talent and Postfeminist Politics In: Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture, 9, 50 - 72
- Gadir, T. (2017). "I Don't Play Girly House Music": Women, sonic stereotyping, and the dancing DJ In: The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music and Gender, Taylor and Francis, United Kingdom
- Gadir, T. (2016). Resistance or Reiteration? Rethinking Gender in DJ Cultures In: Contemporary Music Review, 35, 115 - 129
- Gadir, T. (2013). Techno Intersections: An Aural Account of Research in Edinburgh In: Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture, 5, 1 - 5
3 PhD Current Supervisions
- Electronic Music Accelerator Evaluation (Administered by The Push - Youth Music Organisation). Funded by: Lord Mayor's Charitable Fund 2018 onwards- Grant from (2021 to 2021)