Category Archives: Publication

Publikationen: IASPM D-A-CH Mitglieder 2016

Die finale Liste der „Publikationen der IASPM D-A-CH Mitglieder 2016“ ist hier als pdf runterzuladen. Publikationen_IASPM_D-A-CH_2016 Die Liste ist auch online auf unserer Homepage zu finden. Publications Zur internationalen IASPM Konferenz in Kassel wird die Publikationsliste, auch für alle interessierten Internationals, physisch ausliegen.

CfP: IASPM Journal 8/1 (2018) –– Gender Politics in the Music Industry

Call for Papers: IASPM Journal 8/1 (2018) –– Gender Politics in the Music Industry Special Issue Editors: Catherine Strong and Sarah Raine Gender in music has been considered in terms of performance, genre, and audience cultures, yet gender politics within the music industry itself remains under-researched. Offering an opportunity to engage at the intersection between musical production, the creative industries …Read more »

Publication: issue 4.1 (2017) of the Journal of World Popular Music

Dear colleagues and friends, We are pleased to announce the publication of issue 4.1 (2017) of the Journal of World Popular Music, which can be found by following this link: https://journals.equinoxpub.com/index.php/JWPM/issue/current. Thank you very much for your interest! With best wishes, Simone, Sarah and Raphaël (editorial team)  ***  Table of Contents Editorial Editor’s Introduction Simone Krüger Bridge , Sarah Baker …Read more »

Job: Equinox Publishing is seeking a new editor or editors for Popular Music History

Equinox Publishing is seeking a new editor or editors for Popular Music History. Since its launch in 2004, this peer-reviewed journal has become recognised as a leading periodical in the field of popular music studies. Popular Music History is published three times a year. The current managing editor, Dave Laing, will step down early in 2018 and we invite expressions …Read more »

Publication: Latest issue of Working Paper Series is now online

Dear Colleagues, The latest issue of Working Paper Series is now online. The issue contains contributions from the Otago Media, Film and Communication Early Career-Graduate conference, Revisiting Audiences: Reception, Identity, Technology. Editorial Owain Gwynne – Editorial: Revisiting Audiences: Reception, Identity, Technology (pp. 1-5) Issue Dion McLeod & Travis Holland – The Ghost of J.K. Rowling: Harry Potter and the Ur-Fan (pp. 1-20) Edmund Smith – Superheroes and Shared Universes: How …Read more »

CfP: New Approaches to Sound, Music, and Media

Bloomsbury’s New Approaches to Sound, Music, and Media is a series of research monographs dedicated to changing our understandings of sound, image, and their relations across media. Today’s media are shaped by digital technologies, new modes of production and consumption, varied platforms, genre blendings, and globalized economic networks. These media demand new theoretical and aesthetic responses. This series seeks surprising, …Read more »

CfP: Poetics: Journal of Empirical Research on Culture, the Media and the Arts

Special Issue on Global Tastes: The Transnational Spread of non-Anglo-American Culture Deadline for abstracts: 15 September 2017 Guest editors: Simone Varriale (University of Warwick, UK), Noa Lavie (The Academic College of Tel-Aviv Yaffo, Israel) Call for Papers Globalization’s cultural effects have gained significant attention in the sociology of culture. Especially from the early 2000s, a growing literature on transnationally-connected cultural …Read more »

Publication: Q-O2 > The Second Sound

The Second Sound is an imaginary conversation between musicians and sound artists on the role of gender  and sex within their field and for their artistry. It gathers testimonies from a variety of artists from different backgrounds into a single stream of (often contrary) opinions, addressing three main area’s: discrimination as paradigm and otherness, gendered music and sound art, and …Read more »

Event: Buchpräsentation. Compared to What? Pop zwischen Normativität und Subversion

Buchpräsentation: Compared to What? Pop zwischen Normativität und Subversion Buchpräsentation und Talk | 30.05.2017, 19.00 h Ort | Depot, Breite Gasse 3, 1070 Wien Tobias Gerber und Katharina Hausladen (Hg.) Compared to What? Pop zwischen Normativität und Subversion http://www.turia.at/titel/comparedtowhat.php Im Zentrum des Sammelbandes steht die Frage nach der Aktualität des Zusammenhangs von Subversion und Pop. Einerseits scheint der Subversionsbegriff im …Read more »

Neuer SAMPLES-Jahrgang

Neuer SAMPLES-Jahrgang Neue Jahrgang der Online-Zeitschrift SAMPLES nun online: http://www.gfpm-samples.de Er enthält vier Beiträge, den Gewinnertext des GfPM-Förderpreises 2016, einige Rezensionen sowie eine umfangreiche Liste ausgewählter Neuerscheinungen zur Popularmusikforschung.

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