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Veranstaltungsart Seminar Veranstaltungsnummer 02181263
Semester SoSe 2016 SWS 2
Rhythmus jedes Semester Moodle-Link  
Veranstaltungsstatus Freigegeben für Vorlesungsverzeichnis  Freigegeben  Sprache deutsch-englisch
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Termine

Gruppe 1
Tag Zeit Rhythmus Dauer Raum Raum-
plan
Lehrperson Status Bemerkung fällt aus am Max. Teilnehmer
Mi. 14:00 bis 16:00 wöch 20.04.2016 bis 20.07.2016  Institutsgebäude - 0323-26 Hausvogteiplatz 5-7 (HV 5) - (Unterrichtsraum)   findet statt     25
Gruppe 1:
 


Zugeordnete Personen
Zugeordnete Personen Zuständigkeit
Effertz, Julia , Dr. begleitend
Ludewig, Bianca , M.A. verantwortlich
Zuordnung zu Einrichtungen
Einrichtung
Universitätsverwaltung, Studienabteilung (I), Administration Qualitätspakt Lehre, bologna.lab
Inhalt
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Language requirements: min. English B2, German A1

Europe’s Nightlife Capital? Electronic Music and Events in Berlin

The seminar will facilitate an introduction to basic methods and scientific tools for the research of popular music. As pop-music changes in a global, transnational and networked world so does the research, and popular music studies become an increasingly trans- and multi-disciplinary field. This looks at theories and methods from fields like anthropology, media studies, musicology, and cultural studies. What are today’s challenges when studying popular music? What are the social meanings and cultural implications of popular music? What are scenes, subcultures, post-subcultures or genres in popular music? What is the commodification of experience? The seminar will touch upon discourses like Festivalization, Eventization or Gentrification, and will focus on electronic music and related events in Berlin.

Electronic music marks a fundamental break with the paradigms of former rock / pop criticism and research. The seminar investigates Berlin as a traditional stronghold of the international electronic music scene – which is constantly connected to the creative industries or the realm of organisation. The course aims to understand which geographic, economic, political or cultural particularities helped to shape the multi-layered landscape of Berlin’s electronic music scenes and club cultures. The seminar approaches electronic music as an example for specific post-subcultures, scenes, and genres. Through theoretical approaches we gain forms of access, which depict the complexity of electronic music as a highly organized and institutionalized cultural practice within a post-industrial society. And practices in electronic music are We will read a lot! And watch documentaries, music videos, or listen to audios. Theory will be complemented through ethnography. The participants will get a basic introduction to ethnographic methods which will be applied during short fieldtrips to selected events.

Literatur

Literature:

Bonz, Jochen: Subjekte des Tracks. Ethnografie einer postmodernen/anderen Subkultur. Kulturverlag Kadmos, 2008.

Brabazon, Tara: Popular Music. Topics, Trends, Trajectories. London, Sage Publications 2012.

Evans, Aden: Sound Idea’s – Music, Machines, and Experience. Minneapolis/ London, University of Minnesota Press 2005.

Denk, Felix & Sven von Thülen: Der Klang der Familie - Berlin, Techno und die Wende, Suhrkamp 2012. (English and German edition available)

Emerson, Robert/ Fretz, Rachel: Writing Ethnographic Fieldnotes. Chicago/ London, University of Chicago Press 1995.

Eshun, Kodwo: Heller als die Sonne. Abenteuer in der Sonic Fiction/ Adventures in Sonic Fiction. Berlin: ID Verlag 1999. (English and German edition available)

Farrugia, Rebekah: Beyond the Dancefloor. Female DJs, Technology and Electronic Dance Music Culture. University of Chicago Press, 2013

Gellner, David/ Hirsch, Eric (Hg.): Inside Organizations. Anthropologists at Work. Berg 2001.

Gilbert, Jeremy; Pearson, Ewan: Discographies. Dance Music Culture and Politics of Sound. New York, Florence: Routledge 1999.

Hesmondhalgh, David (2008): Towards a critical understanding of music, emotion, and self-identity. In: Consumption, markets and culture, 11 (4), 329-343.

Hitzler, Roland/ Pfadenhauer, Michaela: Existential Strategies: The Making of Community and Politics in the Techno/ Rave Scene. Altamira Press 2002. In: Postmodern Existetial Sociology. S. 87-102.

Kirchner, Babette (2011): Eventgemeinschaften. Das Fusion Festival und seine Besucher. VS Verlag.

Kursar, Jadranka: Die Ökonomisierung einer Subkultur am Beispiel des Phänomens Love Parade – Eine kulturanalytische Annäherung. HU Berlin, IfEE¸ Magisterarbeit 2007.

Marcus, George E.: Ethnography in/of the World System: The Emergence of Multi-Sited Ethnography. 1995. In: Annual Reviews Inc., S .95-117.

Marcus, George E./ James Faubion (Hg.): Fieldwork is not what it used to be. Learning anthropology’s method in a time of transition. New York, Cornell University press 2009.

Muggelton, David/ Weinzierl, Rupert (Hg.): The Post-Subcultures Reader. Berg 2003.

Rapp, Tobias: Lost and Sound. Berlin, Techno und der Easyjetset. Frankfurt a.M., Suhrkamp 2009. (English and German edition available)

Redhead, Steve: The Clubcultures Reader. Readings in Popular Cultural Studies, Blackwell 1997.

Reynolds, Simon: Generation Ecstasy – Into the World of Techno and Rave Culture. Routledge 1999.

Rietveld, Hillegonda/ Gavanas, Anna: DJ Culture in the Mix. Power, Technology and Social Change in Electronic Dance Music. Bloomsbury 2013.

Sanjek, Roger (Hg.) (1990): Fieldnotes - The Makings of Anthropology. Cornell University.

Scharenberg, Albert und Ingo Bader (Hg.): Der Sound der Stadt – Musikindustrie und Subkultur in Berlin. Münster, Verlag Westfälisches Dampfboot 2005.

Stahl, Geoff (2005): Play at Your Own Risk: Scenes from a "Creative City". In: SPIEL (24), S. 309–324.

Stahl, Geoff: Poor, But Sexy. Reflections on Berlin Scenes. Peter Lang Verlag 2014.

Straw, Will: Scenes and Sensibilities, in: Public 22/23, 2001. 245-257

Thornton, Sarah: Club Cultures. Music, Media and Subcultural Capital, Cambridge 1995.

Turkle, Sherry (2011): Alone Together. Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other. Basic Books.

Wall, Tim (2013): Studying Popular Music Culture, SAGE Publications.

 

Wicke, Peter: Soundtracks – Popmusik und Popdiskurs. In: Was ist Pop? Grasskamp et all (Hg.). Fischer Verlag 2004. S. 115-139.

Bemerkung

For international exchange students.

NO registration via AGNES!!

Application ONLY via Berlin Perspectives: https://www.hu-berlin.de/de/einrichtungen-organisation/verwaltung/bolognalab/projekte-des-bologna.labs/berlin-perspectives/bewerbung

 

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Keine Einordnung ins Vorlesungsverzeichnis vorhanden. Veranstaltung ist aus dem Semester SoSe 2016. Aktuelles Semester: SoSe 2020.
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