Christoph Jacke

Christoph Jacke

Christoph Jacke

Academic degree: Prof. Dr. M.A.
Place of employment: Popular Music and Media
Dept. of Music
Faculty of Arts and Humanities
University of Paderborn
Germany

E-mail: christoph.jacke [the mail symbol] upb.de
Homepage: www.christophjacke.de

Research interest:

  • Popular music
  • popular culture
  • media
  • culture and communication theory
  • stars and celebrities
  • journalism
  • consumption and advertising
  • film
  • arts

Academic education:

  • Magister Artium in Communications Studies, English Studies and Political Sciences (1997), University of Münster, Germany
  • Doctoral degree (Dr. phil.) in Communications Studies, English Studies and Political Sciences (2004), University of Münster, Germany
  • Professor of Theory, Aesthetics and History of Popular Music (2008), University of Paderborn.

Central Publications:

  • (2014): Music Journalism. Special issue of IASPM Journal. 4/2 (Eds. with Martin James and Ed Montano). www.iaspmjournal.net/index.php/IASPM_Journal/issue/view/57.
  • (2013): Texte zur Theorie des Pop. Stuttgart: Reclam (Eds. with Charis Goer and Stefan Greif).
  • (2013): German Popular Music Studies as Part of (International) Media Cultural Studies. In: Frontiers of Literary Studies in China. 7/2, pp. 271-286.
  • (2013): ShePOP – Frauen. Macht. Musik! Münster: Telos (Eds. with Thomas Mania, Sonja Eismann, Monika Bloss and Susanne Binas-Preisendörfer).
  • (2010): Who Cares about the Music in Music Videos? Toward a Multiperspectival Pop Cultural Study of Music Videos. In: Keazor, Henry; Wübbena, Thorsten (Hrsg.): Rewind, Play, Fast Forward. The Past, Present and Future of the Music Video. Bielefeld: Transcript, pp. 179-196.
  • (2009): Einführung in Populäre Musik und Medien. Münster u.a.: LIT (2nd edition 2013).
  • (2009): Locating Intermediality: Socialization by Communication and Consumption in the Popular-Cultural Third Places of the Music Club and Football Stadium. In: Culture Unbound. Journal of Current Cultural Research, S. 331-348. www.cultureunbound.ep.liu.se/v1/a20.