Hannah Strong

  • Teaching Fellow in GSWS

Hannah Strong is a doctoral student in Musicology at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research interests focus on intersections between rap and hip hop, social movements, and feminism. Her scholarship on Beyoncé and the #metoo movement will be published in a 2021 edited volume by Bloomsbury Academic and her research on #BLM, George Floyd, and rap was published by Music and Politics in the Moment. Strong is completing a certificate in Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies. She frequently presents her research at conferences including Society for American Music (SAM), Cultural Studies Association (CSA), International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), and the Harvard Graduate Music Student Conference. Strong earned a master’s degree in Music History from Temple University and completed her undergraduate study in classical voice performance at Westminster Choir College.