Gabrielle Kielich


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Last updated 27th March 2023


Gabrielle Kielich is a Marie Curie/UKRI-funded Senior Research Fellow currently working on a postdoctoral project that examines the impact of online spaces on women’s electric guitar practice and the factors that enable and motivate women to become electric guitarists. Kielich is a popular music scholar with research interests in rock music history and culture, gender and popular music, and live music and touring. She completed a PhD in Communication Studies at McGill University in 2021. Her thesis was an in-depth examination of road crews and their working lives on concert tours.

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  • Live music and touring
  • Gender and popular music
  • Women and the electric guitar
  • Rock music history and culture
  • Sociology of popular music
  • Music industries
  • Creative industries


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