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Haddon, Mimi (2021) Matrices of ‘Love and theft’: Joan Baez imitates Bob Dylan. Twentieth-Century Music. pp. 1-31. ISSN 1478-5730

Hughes, Ed, Ficarra, Evelyn and Haddon, Mimi, eds. (2020) Composing the historical. REFRAME.

Haddon, Mimi (2020) What is post-punk?: Genre and identity in avant-garde popular music, 1977-82. Michigan Publishing, University of Michigan Press, Michigan. ISBN 9780472131822

Haddon, Mimi (2019) Warp’s music videos: affective communities, genre, and gender in electronic/dance music’s visual aesthetic. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 16 (4). pp. 571-590. ISSN 1743-4521

Haddon, Mimi (2019) Not playing properly: amateurism as generic choice in three postpunk case studies: the Slits, Lora Logic, and the Raincoats. Women and Music, 23 (1). pp. 159-183. ISSN 1090-7505

Haddon, Mimi (2017) Dub is the new black: modes of identification and tendencies of appropriation in late 1970s post-punk. Popular Music, 36 (2). pp. 283-301. ISSN 0261-1430

Haddon, Mimi (2015) Paul Anka sings 'Smells like teen spirit'. In: Turner, Katherine L (ed.) This is the sound of irony: music, politics and popular culture. Ashgate popular and folk music series . Ashgate, pp. 159-172. ISBN 9781472442598

Haddon, Mimi (2015) Sanctuaries for social outsiders: a queer archive of feelings in songs by the Smiths. In: Haworth, Catherine and Colton, Lisa (eds.) Gender, age and musical creativity. Ashgate, pp. 155-170. ISBN 9781472430854

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