Dr. Miranda Crowdus is a research associate at the European Centre for Jewish Music at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media in Germany. Her main research areas are in Jewish Music Studies and Ethnomusicology in which she has authored many publications. She earned her doctorate at City University London (2016), focusing on Jewish identity, popular music, and cross-cultural encounters in South Tel Aviv. Her first book, Hip Hop in Urban Borderlands: Music-Making, Identity, and Intercultural Dynamics on the Margins of the Jewish State, was published at the end of 2018.
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