The week started like any other, but as it progressed, my blood pressure threatened to blow sky-high! As a fan of Michael Jackson, I had become used to seeing accusatory headlines from various sources crop up on my internet news... Continue Reading →
When the recent documentary “Leaving Neverland” surfaced without warning, Michael Jackson fans behaved as they always have done in leaping to their idol’s defense. It has been a matter of necessity for them since the 1990s when the first claims... Continue Reading →
Abstract In this month’s column, Kerry Hennigan discusses the latest Michael Jackson controversy and the ongoing negativity in the media. She asks why it is that Michael Jackson is constantly targeted time and time again. Access the article here: https://michaeljacksonstudies.org/mj-studies-today-xxxix/ REFERENCE... Continue Reading →
Being a review of Joseph Vogel's book "Earth Song: Michael Jackson and the Art of Compassion" with additional commentary on the artist and the song.
Issue 3 MJ Studies Today Volume 4 14th August 2017 Abstract: Kerry Hennigan experienced that we can still learn a lot from Michael Jackson and his care for people. Michael Jackson had no constrictions when helping those in need. Access the article here: http://michaeljacksonstudies.org/mj-studies-today-xx/... Continue Reading →
14th April 2017 MJ Studies Today XVI Abstract: In this column, Kerry Hennigan analyses Earth Song, the meaning and importance of this classic in Michael Jackson’s catalogue. Source: http://michaeljacksonstudies.org/mj-studies-today-xvi/ Earth Hour, Earth Song, Earth Song Short Film, Environment, joseph vogel, Kerry Hennigan,... Continue Reading →
Abstract: In the October column, Kerry Hennigan talks about the role of advocacy as part of the Michael Jackson fan phenomenon. Access this article via MJ Studies Today X (14-10-2016) — The Journal of Michael Jackson Academic Studies | ISSN: 2452-0497
Recently I participated in a blog discussion about the social and cultural impact of Michael Jackson, the man and his art. I was posting comments on someone else's blog – the author and their interviewee come from academic backgrounds, as... Continue Reading →