Global Perspectives on Music and Migration

Monday, 11 July 2016: 16:00-17:30
Location: Hörsaal 14 (Juridicum)
RC37 Sociology of Arts (host committee)

Language: English, French and Spanish

This session will explore the phenomenon of music and its migration around the world. Possible topics may include music and immigration; comparative studies across international borders; international music and identity; musical diasporas; musical hybridization – after migration, the evolution of musical identities; or other related topics.
Session Organizers:
Jeffrey HALLEY, The University of Texas San Antonio, USA and Marisol FACUSE, University of Chile, Chile
Migration and Music in Texas and Chile: Mestizaje, Hybridization, and Identity
Jeffrey HALLEY, University of Texas San Antonio, USA; Marisol FACUSE, University of Chile, Chile
“Nostalgia and Deracination in the Latin-American Immigrants Music”
Pablo ALBORNOZ MORALES, Universidad de Chile, Chile
Brazilian Drums in Portugal: Migration and Identities
Luciana MENDONCA, UFPE - Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil
Pathways of Professional Immigrant Musicians: Collaborations As Vehicles to Foster Social Mobility
Mariko HARA, Hedmark University College, Norway; Arild BERGH, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI), Norway
Music, Musicians and the Brazilian Community in Lisbon
Amanda GUERREIRO, Instituto de Ciencias Sociais - Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
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