Holly Kruse
Faculty of Communication
The University of Tulsa
Tulsa, OK 74104
918-631-3845


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hk  Holly Kruse
 Assistant Professor
 Faculty of Communication
 The University of Tulsa
 800 S. Tucker Drive
 Tulsa, OK 74104
 918-631-3845



Education
Ph.D.  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Communication.

  Doctoral thesis: Marginal Formations and the Production of Culture: The Case of College Music


B.A.  University of Iowa, Political Science and History, with distinction and departmental honors.

Post-graduate certificate, College of Business and Public Administration,
Department of Equine Business, University of Louisville.


Book
Kruse, H.  (2003).  Site and Sound: Understanding Independent Music Scenes. New York: Peter Lang.


Book under review
Kruse, H.  Racing to the Wire: New Media and the Redefinition of Space.  Book examines the organization and reorganization of public and private spaces, and of social interaction, around new communication technologies; and of the technological, social, economic, political and legal ramifications of the use of interactive media for collective activities and for forms of presence and copresence, including online markets, using pari-mutuel horse racing as an exemplar.  (Advance contract offers from two academic presses; under review at two university presses.)


Refereed journal articles
Kruse, H.  (2009).  Local identity and independent music scenes, online and off. Forthcoming, Popular Music and Society.

Kruse, H.  (2009). Betting on News Corporation: Interactive media, gambling, and global information flows. Television and New Media 10(2): 179-194.

Kruse, H.  (2007).  "An organization of impersonal relations": The internet and networked markets.  First Monday 12(11): http://www.uic.edu/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/2028/1893

Kruse, H.  (2003).  Social interaction, the arrangement of interior space, and racetrack renovation.  The Journal of Sport and Social Issues 27(4): 330-345.

Kruse, H.  (2002).  Narrowcast technology, interactivity, and the economic relations of space: The case of horse race simulcasting.  New Media & Society 4(3), 385-404.

Kruse, H.  (2000).  Kate Bush: Enigmatic chanteuse as pop pioneer.  Soundscapes: Journal on Media Culture 3(November), http://www.icce.rug.nl/~soundscapes/.  Originally published in Tracking: Popular Music Studies 1, 13-22, 1988.

Kruse, H.  (1993).  Early audio technology and domestic space.  Stanford Humanities Review 3(2), 1-16.

Kruse, H.  (1993).  Subcultural identity in alternative music culture.  Popular Music 12(1), 33-42, 1993.

Kruse, H.  (1990).  College music: The authentic story?  ONETWOTHREEFOUR 8, 65-74.


Under review
Kruse, H.  (2009).  Non-ambient screens and the reconfiguration of public space.  Under review, Space & Culture.


Book chapters
Kruse, H.  (2010).  The place of internet gambling: Presence, vice, and domestic space.  Forthcoming in M. Christensen, C. Christensen, and A. Jansson (eds.), Online Territories: Globalization, Mediated Practice, and Social Space.  New York: Peter Lang.

Kruse, H.  (2009).  Local independent music scenes and the implications of the internet.  Forthcoming (October).  In T. Bell and O. Johansson (Eds.), Turn Up the Volume: New Essays in Music Geography.  London: Ashgate.

Kruse, H.  (2006). Media, marketing, and memory.  In R. King and D. Leonard (Eds.), Visual Economies of/in Motion: Sport and Film.  New York: Peter Lang.

Kruse, H.  (2003).  Drive-In Studio. In J. Shepherd et al. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World, Volume 1: The Industry, Contexts, and Musical Practices.  London: Cassell.

Kruse, H.  (2002).  Abandoning the absolute: Transcendence and gender in popular music discourse.  In S. Jones (Ed.), Pop Music and the Press.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Kruse, H.  (2000).  In praise of Kate Bush.  In S. Frith and A. Goodwin (Eds.), On Record: Rock, Pop, and the Written Word. New York: Routledge.  (Pantheon edition, 1990)

Kruse, H.  (1999).  Indie pop music in Champaign-Urbana.  In E. Koskoff (Ed.), Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, Vol. 3: The United States and Canada.  New York: Garland Press.

Kruse, H.  (1999).  Gender.  In B. Horner and T. Swiss (Eds.), Popular Music and Culture: New Essays on Key Terms.  New York: Blackwell. 

Kruse, H.  (1998).  Public policy, the market, and popular music studies in the United States.  In T. Hautamaki and H. Jarviluoma (Eds.), Music on Show: Issues of Performance.  Tampere: University of Tampere.

Kruse, H.  (1997).  Fields of practice: Musical production, public policy, and the market. In T. Swiss, J. Sloop, and A. Herman (Eds.), Mapping the Beat.  New York: Blackwell.

Kruse, H.  (1995).  Institutional practices in alternative music scenes.  In W. Straw et al. (Eds.), Popular Music: Style and Identity. Montreal: Dufferin Press.


Reviews
Kruse, H.  (1997).  Reconstructing Pop/Subculture by Van Cagle.  Review.  Journal of Communication 47(2), 157-159.

Kruse, H.  (1993).  The Adoring Audience, edited by Lisa A. Lewis.  Review.  Popular Music 12(2), 205-206.

Kruse, H.  (1992).  Rock Culture in Liverpool, by Sara Cohen.  Review.  Tracking: Popular Music Studies 4(1), 28-30.


Conference presentations
Kruse, H.  (2009).  Online gambling and the critical spaces of vice.  To be presented, Association of Internet Researchers, Milwaukee, WI, October.

Kruse, H., Monberg, J., Markham, A., boyd, d., and Boese, C.  (2009).  Tensions between academic and corporate research: Critical directions for the future.  Roundtable.  
To be presented, Association of Internet Researchers, Milwaukee, WI, October.

Kruse, H.  (2009). Internet gambling and the changing meanings of domestic space.  International Communication Association, Chicago, May.

Kruse, H.  (2009). The disembodiment of local music? The internet, presence, and music scenes.  Experience Music Project Pop Conference, Seattle, April.

Kruse, H.  (2008).  Gender and interactive media environments.  Association of Internet Researchers, Copenhagen, October.

Kruse, H., Paasonen, S., Senft, T., and Breindahl, C.  (2008).  Inside and outside AoIR: Hierarchies of value in internet research (roundtable).  Association of Internet Researchers, Copenhagen, October.

Kruse, H. (2008).  Local identity and independent music scenes in the internet age.  To be presented, International Communication Association, Montreal, May.

Kruse, H.  (2008).  Non-ambient screens and the reconfiguration of public space.  Exploring New Media Worlds conference, Texas A&M University, March.

Kruse, H.  (2007).  “It Can Sing Like Caruso… And Calculate Like Einstein”: Domesticating new media technologies.  To be presented in October, Association of Internet Researchers, Vancouver, BC.

Kruse, H.  (2007).  Teaching old and new communication technologies as material culture.  South Central Eighteenth-Century Studies Society, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Kruse, H.  (2006). “Can you share a drink with your laptop?”  Public social practice and communication technologies.  Association of Internet Researchers, Brisbane, Australia.

Kruse, H.  (2005).  Betting on News Corp.  Association of Internet Researchers, Chicago, IL.

Kruse, H.  (2004).  Marketing, media, and matters of memory. North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Albuquerque, NM.

Kruse, H.  (2003).  Time, space, and information flows in online parimutuel markets. Association of Internet Researchers, Toronto, ON.

Kruse, H.  (2003).  Social interaction, the arrangement of interior space, and racetrack renovation.  Media Ecology Association, Hempstead, NY.

Kruse, H.  (2002).  Spatial relations and experience: A case study in interactive media. National Communication Association, New Orleans, LA.

Kruse, H.  (2001).  Narrowcast technology and interactivity, past and future: The case of horse race simulcasting.  National Communication Association. Atlanta, GA.

Kruse, H.  (2001).  "Watch and win"?: The (dis)integration of visual information on the Television Games Network.  International Communication Association, Washington, D.C.

Kruse, H.  (1997).  The spatial and the social in local cultural practice.  International Communication Association, Montreal, QC.

Kruse, H.  (1996).  Fields of practice: Musical production, public policy, and the market.  Drake University Popular Music Conference, Des Moines, IA.  (Invited)

Kruse, H.  (1995).  Public policy, the market, and popular music studies in the United States: A response to Keith Negus.  International Association for the Study of Popular Music, international meeting, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland.  (Invited)

Kruse, H.  (1995).  Making popular music history: The genrefication of college music. International Communication Association, Albuquerque, NM.

Kruse, H.  (1993).  Institutional practices in alternative music scenes.  International Association for the Study of Popular Music, international meeting, University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA.

Kruse, H.  (1992).  Subcultural practice and the articulation of identity in alternative music communities.  Union for Democratic Communication, Trent University, Peterborough, ON.



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