Executive Council Spotlight:

Rebekah Hutten, Communications


Rebekah Hutten (she/her) is an academic editor and Ph.D. candidate in musicology & feminist studies at McGill University in Montréal. She has subject matter expertise in popular musicology, feminist philosophy, and Atlantic Canadian studies. Rebekah holds an M.A. in Musicology from the University of Ottawa and bachelor’s degrees in musicology and flute performance from Acadia University. Her writing has been published in the edited collection, Beyoncé in the World: Making Meaning with Queen Bey in Troubled Times (Wesleyan UP), and she has a forthcoming chapter in Whose Country Music? Genre, Identity, and Belonging in 21st Century Country Music Culture (Cambridge UP). In 2021 she was awarded the Peter Narvaez Student Paper Prize from the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (Canada), the McGill Margaret Gillett Graduate Research Award, and the Graduate Student Research Award from the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (Canada). You can view her research portfolio here.

She is a member of Editors Canada and will graduate with a Certificate in Editing & Publishing from UCLA in Spring 2023. Her editing business, Reed & Quill, offers copyediting, developmental editing, proofreading, and other services to writers in the humanities, social sciences, and nonprofit industries.