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Abstract: In this episode (Part III), Karin and Elizabeth have a special guest, Kerry Hennigan, columnist of the journal. This three-part series discusses nine columns Elizabeth and Kerry wrote to celebrate the 80th MJAS column.
Merx, Karin, and Elizabeth Amisu. “Episode 62 –Part III Interview with Kerry Hennigan & MJ Studies Today” Podcast, Michael Jackson’s Dream Lives On: An Academic Conversation 9, no. 1 (2022). Published electronically 21/10/2022. https://michaeljacksonstudies.org/episode-62
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Episode 62– Part III Interview with Kerry Hennigan & MJ Studies Today
By Karin Merx & Elizabeth Amisu and guest Kerry Hennigan
Karin Merx BMus, MA, is editor of The Journal of Michael Jackson Academic Studies, and author of ‘A festive parade of highlights. La Grande Parade as evaluation of the museum policy of Edy De Wilde at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam’. Find out more about Karin here.
Elizabeth Amisu, PGCE, MA, is the editor of The Journal of Michael Jackson Academic Studies and author of The Dangerous Philosophies of Michael Jackson: His Music, His Persona, and His Artistic Afterlife. Find out more about Elizabeth here.
References Part III
- Kerry Hennigan, ‘“Keep on with the force”: Michael Jackson’s legacy on tour and in residence via Cirque du Soleil’, The Journal Of Michael Jackson Academic Studies, (https://michaeljacksonstudies.org/mj-studies-today-lxxi/) 14.11.202.
- Kerry Hennigan, ‘Planet Earth, Earth Song and beyond: Michael Jackson’s storytelling as activism’, The Journal Of Michael Jackson Academic Studies, (https://michaeljacksonstudies.org/mj-studies-today-lxxvi/) 14.04.2022.
- Kerry Hennigan, ‘The curious matter of the disappearing tracks from Michael Jackson’s first posthumously released album’, The Journal Of Michael Jackson Academic Studies, (https://michaeljacksonstudies.org/mj-studies-today-lxxx/) 14.08.2022.