Sociology of Music: Tendencies, Issues, Perspectives International

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Sociology of Music: Tendencies, Issues, Perspectives International
Sociology of Music: Tendencies, Issues, Perspectives
International Conference
Lisbon, July 23-25
Programme
Thursday, July 23th
8.30 – Reception / Accreditation
8.45 – Opening session
9.00 – 10.45
Pequeno auditório
Moderator: Christian Kaden
Antoine Hennion ( Paris ) – “Loving Music: from a Sociology of Culture to a
Pragmatics of Taste”
Tia DeNora (Exeter, UK) - “When music takes the lead”
Richard Leppert (Minneapolis – Minnesota) - “Music, Aesthetics, and the Dialectics of
Social Commitment”
10.45 – 11.15 – Coffee break
11.15 – 13.00
Pequeno auditório
Moderator: Jin-Ah Kim
Karsten Mackensen (Halle - Saale) - “Universal sociological theory and empirical
theory building in a historical music sociology: agency, rationalization, and the reality of
a musical cosmos in the early modern period”
Pedro Boia (Porto,/ Exeter) – “Modernism, Postmodernism and Meaning in the
Movement(s) of (re-)Interpretation of Early Music”
Angelo Martingo (Braga) - “Contexts of modernity: identity and meaning in recent
Portuguese compositional practice”
Sala 2
Moderator: Carlos Sandroni
Luís Melo Campos (Lisbon) – “Musicians and modes of relating to music”
Iñigo Sánchez (Barcelona) – “From the Kitchen to the Living Room: Doing
Ethnomusicology at home”
Ana Brinca (Lisbon) – “Sound and Listening in the ‘KZ-Lager’: Auschwitz,
Buchenwald, Ravensbrück”
13.00 – 14.30 – Lunch break
14.30 – 16.15
Pequeno auditório
Moderator: Hansjakob Ziemer
Daniel Koglin (Berlin) - “Semantic Spaces of Music-Facts or Artefacts?”
Paula Gomes Ribeiro (Lisbon) - “The operatic construction of hyperreality: Paradigms
of social representation in contemporary opera dramaturgy”
Manuel Deniz Silva (Lisbon) - “Film music and sound as sociological objects”
Sala 2
Moderator: Antoine Hennion
Katrin Bicher (Berlin) – “Verein für musikalische Privataufführungen. Objectives,
Structures, Protagonists”
Mark Clague (Ann Arbor – Michigan) - “Towards a Sociality of Artistic Invention, or
The Institution as Muse: Chicago’s Auditorium Association and the Creativity of Musical
Organizations in the United States”
José Júlio Lopes (Lisbon) – “The contemporary composer in his labyrinth. Archive.
Memory. Reproduction. Reception. Institutions. Mediation. New technologies. Music in
the world”
16.15 – 16.45 – Coffee break
16.45 – 18.30
Pequeno auditório
Moderator: Tia DeNora
Wolfgang Fuhrmann (Vienna) - “Toward a theory of socio-musical systems: reflections
on Nicklas Luhmann’s challenge to music sociology”
Hansjakob Ziemer (Berlin) - “Listening to Differences: The Stravinsky-ShoenbergDebate in the 1920s from the perspective of a Historical Anthropology of Music”
António Pinho Vargas (Coimbra) - “European Music after 1945 as a restricted space of
enunciation”
Friday, July 24th
9.00 – 10.45
Pequeno auditório
Moderator: Philip V. Bohlman
Castelo Branco, Salwa ( Lisbon ) – “Discourse about Music, Cultural Politics and
Nation-Building in 20th Century Portugal”
Carlos Sandroni (Pernambuco) –- “Recent changes in Brazilian Northeastern traditional
music: the case of Pernambuco”
Peter J . Martin (Manchester) - “The record business and the internet: Dumbo meets the
enemy within?”
10.45 – 11.15 – Coffee break
11.15 – 13.00
Pequeno auditório
Moderator: Salwa Castelo-Branco
Juan Manuel Pavía Calderón (Bogotá) – “Sociology of popular music in Colombia”
Denise Milstein (New York) - “Repression, shifting and the life cycles of popular
musical movements in Latin America”
Pedro Russo Moreira (Lisbon) - “Radio and Music for workers: Broadcasting Policy in
Portugal’s National Radio during the 40s”
Sala 2
Moderator: Juan-Pablo González
Michel Nicolau (Berlin / Campinas) - “The perception of the idea of diversity in the
music industry”
Paula Abreu (Coimbra) – “The phonographic industry and the recorded music market: A
long misunderstanding”
Pedro Nunes (Lisbon) – “Popular Music Journalism and criticism: in between
gatekeeping of taste and cheeleading for an industry”
13.00 – 14.30 – Lunch break
14. 30 – 16.45
Pequeno auditório
Moderator: Denise Milstein
Mariano Muñoz-Hidalgo (Talca – Chile) - “Psychosociology of popular culture:
marginal versus underground in popular music”
José Juan Olvera Gudiño (Monterrey, Mexico) – “The day when Kumbia Kings came
to the town. Negociations and struggles in musical cultures configuracion.”
Luzia Rocha / Luís Sousa (Lisbon) – “Travelings and mutations of a work of art: uses
and appropriations of Malhoa’s painting O Fado”
Sala 2
Moderator: Bernd Hornung
Diósnio Machado Neto (S. Paulo) – “The ‘viola’ and the veil: the ‘modinha’ song style
in the redefinition process of the Brazilian XVIIIth century social criticism”
Elisa Lessa (Braga) - “Feminine voices, masculine rules: Patriarchy and musical praxis
in eighteenth century Portuguese convents”
Maria José Artiaga (Lisboa) –
intellectual milieu ”
”The reception of Verdi in 1870s Portuguese
16.15 – 16.45 – Coffee break
16.45 – 18.30
Pequeno auditório
Moderator: Max Paddison
Mário Vieira de Carvalho (Lisbon) - “Hope for Truth : An Inquiry into Adorno's
conceptions of Art and Social Theory”
João Pedro Cachopo (Lisbon) – “How political is music? An approach through Adorno
and Rancière”
Andreas Stascheit (Dortmund) – “Music in History of Social Thought”
Saturday, July 25th
9.00 – 10.45
Pequeno auditório
Moderator: Richard Leppert
Philip V. Bohlman (Chicago) - “Sound, Silence and Society –The aesthetics of agency
in a globalized sociology of music”
Ruth Finnegan (Milton Keynes, UK) - “Music: an universal human medium?”
Max Paddison (Durham, UK) – “Theoretical Issues in the Socio-Cultural Mediation of
Music”
10.45 – 11. 15 Coffee break
11.15 – 13.00
Pequeno auditório
Moderator: Peter J. Martin
Juan-Pablo González (Santiago – Chile) - “Towards a social history of the present time:
music, youth and the politics in Chile during the 1960s”
Minghui Bi (Peking) – “ ‘Model Opera’: The Special Musical Phenomenon under the
Special Social Shape”
Morag Josephine Grant (Göttingen) - “Musicology, conflict studies and the human
rights: lessons from the past, approaches for the future”
13.00 – 14.30 – Lunch break
14.30 – 16.15
Pequeno auditório
Moderator: Mário Vieira de Carvalho
Bernd Hornung (Marburg) - “Holism –The Core of Art and Aesthetics - An Information
Theoretical Approach”
Jin-Ah Kim (Berlin/Seoul) - “Cultural transfer and transculturality as a branch of
research for music sociology and anthropology”
Christian Kaden (Berlin) - “Schumann’s madness. Horizons of a Historical
Anthropology of Music”
16.15 – 16.30 – Closing session
17.00 – Social programme
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