International Conference, Department of Musicology Göttingen
4th-6th of September 2019
Despite the attention the body has received in the humanities, social and cultural studies as knowledge storage and transmitter, the body has not been available for a comprehensive concept of music in a musico-historiographical perspective. Corporeality has been considered in musicological approaches into affect, gender and performance. But a comprehensive theoretical grounding of a corporeal concept of music remains to be completed.
The conference aims to join the discussions in the varying theoretical perspectives on the body and its present musicological currency. It will explore pathways into a fundamental debate on the body as a central musicological category, on the application on musical objects and practices and on the changes this brings to epistemic foundations of musicology.
Attendance is free of charge. Please register via email!
Dr. Christine Hoppe
Sarah Avischag Müller MSt.
University of Göttingen
Department of Musiology
Kurze Geismarstraße 1
Tel. +49 (0)551 39-25071
- Further Informationa and programme: http://www.uni-goettingen.de/en/607508.html