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What values do people hold at folk, roots and blues festivals across Canada? How do these values relate to our communities and cities?
In this episode, Gillian and I talk about where she grew up, her undergraduate thesis that took her to music festivals from Vancouver Island to Newfoundland and how cultural elements of community, intention, and value are conducted at different music festivals across the country.
- Watch The Two Killings of Sam Cooke: A Sam Cooke Story
- Check out Gillian’s undergraduate thesis “Canadian Folk and Roots Music Festivals: An Anthropological Analysis of Value, Capital, and Exchange in Canadian Festival Spaces”
- Learn more about Gillian
- Find us at the Calgary Folk Music Festival
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