Dana Reason


Reason’s research and teaching interests include 20-21st century contemporary classical and improvised music, women composers and performers, post 1945 jazz, hip hop, world, film and popular music. Her article: Pauline Oliveros: Listening from the Inside Out  (2012) is published in the latest anthology on Pauline Oliveros by Deep Listening Publications.

Her research on Women In Improvised And Experimental Musical Practices was awarded a grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.



The Myth of Absence: Representation, reception and the music of experimental women improvisors
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