Sonic Entanglements Workshop and Archival Visits 2019

Between 9-16 September, The Sonic Entanglements Research Project gathers together scholars of history, anthropology, ethnomusicology, performance studies, media studies, and psychology, as well as archivists working on Southeast Asian sound histories in a series of workshop, panel discussion, and archival visits in Amsterdam/Hilversum, Berlin and Vienna. Participants will reflect on the entanglements of currently nation-framed sound historiography and transregional/translocal discourses of acoustic epistemologies from various disciplinary perspectives. 

The project is convened by meLê yamomo and Barbara Titus
in collaboration with Harry van Biessum and Gerda Lechleitner 
through the support of the following institutions:

NWO Veni Research Project “Sonic Entanglements” 
University of Amsterdam-Musicology Department,
Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
Amsterdam Centre for Globalisation Studies,  
Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis , Phonogrammarchiv der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften,
Lautarchiv der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
Berliner Phonogrammarchiv

Below is the schedule of events. To read more about the individual events, please click on the titles.  

Sonic Entanglements: Sound, Archive, and Acoustic Historiographies in the Asia Pacific 
09 September | The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (Hilversum) 
10 September | VOC Zaal, University of Amsterdam (Amsterdam) 

EuroSEAS Conference 2019: [Panel] Sonic Entanglements 
13 September | Humboldt Universität zu Berlin (Berlin) 

Archival Visits
09 September | The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (Hilversum)
10 September | The Jaap Kunst Ethnomusicology Collection (Amsterdam)
11 September | Berlin Phonogrammarchiv (Berlin) 
12 September | Lautarchiv der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin (Berlin) 
16 September | Phonogrammarchiv der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (Vienna) 

Participants 
Bart Barendregt (University of Leiden) 
Barbara Titus (University of Amsterdam) 
Carolyn Birdsall (University of Amsterdam) 
Citra Aryandari (Indonesian Institute of the Arts Yogyakarta ) 
Gerda Lechleitner (Phonogram Archive of the Austrian Academy of Sciences) 
Henry Spiller (University of California-Davis)  
Jeroen de Kloet (Univeristy of Amsterdam  
Jose Buenconsejo (University of the Philippines) 
Leonie Schmidt (University of Amsterdam)  
meLê yamomo (University of Amsterdam)
Peter Keppy (Nethelands Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies)
Sri Margana (Universitas Gadjah Mada) 
Rameses de Jesus (University of the Philippines) 
Rasika, Ajotikar (Universität Göttingen) 
Vincent Kuitenbrouwer (University of Amsterdam) 
Yiu Fai Chow (Hong Kong Baptist University) 

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