Meghan Drury

Meghan Drury

Assistant Professor

Meghan Drury is an instructor, musician, and popular culture scholar. She holds a PhD in American Studies from George Washington University and a master’s degree in ethnomusicology from UC Riverside. Her research focuses on intersections between popular music, identity, and sound studies. She is working on a book manuscript based on her dissertation, “Sonic Affinities: The Middle East in the American Popular Music Imaginary.” Meghan currently serves as managing editor for the Journal of Popular Music Studies and she sometimes plays piano and cello.