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Research and Writing


—. “Book Review: King Alpha’s Song in a Strange Land: The Roots and Routes of Canadian
Reggae,” by Jason Wilson. CAML Review (Online), vol. 49, no. 2, 2021, pp. 113–15,

Deaville, James; Hall, Tyler (Research Assistant). “Play it Again (and Again,
and Again): The Superfan and Musical Theater” in The Routledge
Companion to the Contemporary Musical, 1st Edition. 2020.

Conference Presentations

—. “Atlanta Trap and the Current Directions of Afrofuturism.” paper presented at Society for American Music Conference, Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans, LA, March 20-24, 2019. 


—. “Nihilism and Rage: The Activism of Gangs and Gangsta Rap in Chiraq.” paper presented at IASPM Canada Annual Conference, University of Regina, Regina, SK, May 27-29, 2018.


—. “Afrofuturistic Trap: The Dystopic Soundscapes of Metro Boomin.” paper presented at SEM Niagara Chapter Annual Meeting, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario. April 14, 2018.

Non-Peer-Reviewed works

Akangah, Andy, and Tyler Hall. 83 ‘Til Infinity: There Will Be a Future. Akarts Comics: Ottawa, Canada. 2023.

—. “Faster, Louder, Snottier: Discovering Green Day in the 1990s,” IASPM Canada,
August 2018.

Waterman, Ellen; Stewart, Jesse; Hall, Tyler (contributor). “Songs for
your Canadian summer playlist.” The Conversation. 2019.

Master’s Thesis 

—. Atlanta Trap and the Current Directions of Afrofuturism. 2019. Carleton University.

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