The research seminar in musicology is a forum where scholars, PhD students and other students meet to discuss current or concluded projects within musicology or other related disciplines. A couple of times each semester, international scholars visit our department to present their work. Please note that some of the seminars are text seminars, to which texts can be acquired by contacting the coordinator of the seminar series, Ester Lebedinski, by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The seminars are usually held Tuesdays from 1.15 pm CET until 3 pm. Directors of the seminar are Lars Berglund and Ester Lebedinski. If you have any questions, please contact Ester.
Research seminar spring semester 2017
NB: Additions or changes may be made during the semester. Check this page regularly!
Time and place (unless otherwise stated): Tuesday kl. 1.15pm-3pm in lecture room F2 (2-0047)
- 21/2: Jonas Lundblad, Uppsala: "Empirical pragmatism and the essentially human constitution of music - Perspectives from Schelling". Text.
- 28/2: Tobias Pontara, Gothenburg discusses his article "Interpretation and underscoring: modest constructivism and the issue of nondiegetic versus intradiegetic music in film". Text.
- 14/3: Mattias Lundberg, Uppsala: "The Molér 68(24) Part Books: A Cornerstone for the Polyphonic Mass in Västerås Cathedral in the late 16th Century". Text.
- 21/3: Signe Rotter, Universität der Künste, Berlin: "Music at the Service of Nordic Modernity? The Case of Wilhelm Stenhammar's Opening Cantata for the General Arts and Industries Exhibition in Stockholm 1897".
- 22/3: Interdisciplinary Eighteenth-Century Seminar: Lars Berglund & Maria Schildt: ”French music at the Royal Swedish Court ca. 1690-1720: on transfer, use and local adaptation”. N.B. the seminar time: 16.15-18.00.
- 25/4: Thomas Hilder, Bergen: "Sámi Musical Performance: Queer Voices, Indigenous Sovereignty".
- 16/5: Kjell-Åke Hamrén, Uppsala: Presenting a chapter from his dissertation on Sven Karpe and his method for teaching violin. Text.
- 23/5: Hermann Danuser, Humbolt-Universität, Berlin: "Meta music"
- 3/6: Public dissertation defence: Karin Eriksson will defend her dissertation on Swedish folk music and the Zorn badge. Faculty opponent: Professor Martin Stokes, King's College, London. N.B. seminar time and place: Saturday June 3, 1 pm. Auditorium Minus, Gustavianum, Akademigatan 3.