Internationaler Doktorandenworkshop der Musikethnologie

Aus Chicago, Istanbul, London, Maiduguri, Hong Kong, Sarajevo, Wien, Prag, Salvador de Bahia nach Hildesheim

Um aus ihrer Forschung zu berichten, reisen junge Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler aus der Türkei, Brasilien, Japan und Nigeria nicht nach Berlin oder Köln, sondern nach Norddeutschland. Die Musikhochschule in Hannover und die Universität Hildesheim unterstützen den Forschungsnachwuchs. Seit acht Jahren  bauen sie ein Doktorandennetzwerk in der Musikethnologie aus. Bisher nahmen über 160 junge Fachleute an den Workshops teil. Einmal im Jahr tagen sie eine Woche am Center for World Music in Hildesheim. Das Center hat sich im Ausland als wichtige Institution der Nachwuchsförderung etablieren können.

Call for proposals

Call for proposals for the Tenth International Doctoral Workshop in Ethnomusicology, 19th June until 22nd June 2018, hosted by the Center for World Music at the University of Hildesheim and the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media (Germany). The organizers invite applications from PhD candidates researching in the field of ethnomusicology or a related discipline. There are no restrictions concerning the region of study or the thematic focus. You like to participate? Please find more information here:

https://www.uni-hildesheim.de/center-for-world-music/aktuelles/neuigkeiten/artikel/artikel/tenth-intern/

 

 

Die Workshops im Überblick

Promotionsprojekte im Internationalen Doktorandenworkshop der Musikethnologie (Auswahl):

  • The Art of Being Heard: Music and Sound in Indian Election Campaigns

  • Sound of Metal: Aesthetic Materials and Musical Resources in West Africa

  • Chinese Opera in Transnational Transactions: Articulating Chinese National Identity (1945 - 71)

  • Contemporary Music in Tashkent, Uzbekistan

  • Historical Aspects and Contemporary Performing Practices of Starogradska Muzika (Old Urban Music) in Belgrade

  • Cultural Diversity in Music Exhibitions

  • Tradition: “Singing Bakers” in Germany

  • Community Choirs in Post-Conflict Northern Ireland

  • Synagogue Music in Prague during the First Czechoslovak Republic (1918 - 38)

  • Musical Practices of the Chaldean-Iraqi Immigrant Community in Istanbul

  • Between Exile and Diaspora: South African Jazz and Popular Musicians in London (1960-1975)

  • Aesthetics, Identity and Politics: The Change in the Protest Music Tradition of Turkey after the 1980s

  • Singing Through the Screen: Music Competition Television Shows

  • Techno in Detroit

  • Everyone is digital now!?: Music and Digital Technology in Metro Manila

  • Sound Archives

  • Tradition in Persian Music: Impact of New Poetry on Persian Classical Music in Post-revolutionary Iran

  • Gender Oppression and Resistance amongst Arsi Oromo Women in Ethiopia

  • Female Traditional Instrumental Musicians in Serbia

  • Song-Making and Musical Culture in the City of Korçë (Southeast Albania) during the Twentieth Century

  • Yodelling in the Harz-Mountains of Germany. A Postsocialist Discourse about History

  • Performing the Revolution: Music and Politics in Ethiopia (1974 - 1991)

  • Music and Monumentality in Jerusalem (1967 - Present)

  • Musical Performance in the Classroom

  • Local Music? Audiospheres in Beirut

  • Carnival, Music and Society in Post-Apartheid Southern Africa

  • »To Be a Man is Not Easy!«: Performing Music, Tradition, and Masculinity in Northern Ghana

  • Singing the European Union: Cultural Policy and its Constituent Voices in Germany

  • Constructing Identity in the Digital Age

  • Music, Musicians and Marketing in the Tourism Industry of Mauritius

  • Popular Music as Civil Society: Locating the political in Hiphop performance in Uganda