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Concept: Dr. Cornelia Bartsch, Dr. Anna Langenbruch
Summer term 2018, on Mondays, 6 pm
University of Oldenburg, library hall
(last lecture at Schlaues Haus Oldenburg)
How do we produce, recognize, record and distribute knowledge? While considering general analyses of artistic, popular and academic knowledge, this lecture series focused on relations between music and knowledge. We wanted to approach different categories of organization of musical knowledge, especially those which are implied by historiography, gender, ethnicity, nationality and genre (e.g. music theater) or media (e.g. body, writing, image, music).
The event was organized by the Music Department (research area “Cultural History of Music”; Emmy Noether research group “Music History on Stage”) in cooperation with the DFG-research training group “Self-Making: Practices of Subjectivation in Historical and Interdisciplinary Perspective”, the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Women and Gender (ZFG) and the academic center “Genealogy of the Present” (WiZeGG).