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Disco ain't dead: how Beyoncé resurrected dance music and its queer history for Renaissance

By David Burton, Lecturer, Theatre, University of Southern Queensland
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If you felt the world stop turning for a moment in July, it’s because Beyoncé dropped her new album, Renaissance.

Rolling Stone has described her as the world’s “greatest living entertainer”, with a stardom that intersects fashion, dance, multiple genres of music and visual albums.

Renaissance is her seventh solo studio album, and…The Conversation

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