“I’m a professor of politics and I’ve been politically concerned since I was a teenager, and music has always been of great interest to me, along with the tensions between what is created artistically and what political ideas are embedded or may be embedded— sometimes consciously, sometimes not so consciously—in various types of artworks.”
This opening statement may surprise many, but it shows how professors like Dr. Mitchell Cohen cross disciplinary boundaries to explain how the world works.
Romero, A. 2017. Cohen looks at the influence of politics on art. College Talk (32):1-1. 23 July 2017. (URL: http://www.aromerojr.net/Publications/984.Cohen.pdf)