‘Contextuality of Musicology – What, How, Why and Because’

The fee can be paid on the spot (90€) or with PayPal (early bird, 70 €).

Students fee is 50 €.

Keynote Speakers:

  • Richard Taruskin, PhD

Professor Emeritus

University of California, Berkley, Department of Music

  • Mirjana Veselinović-Hofman, PhD

Full Time Professor – Retired

University of Arts in Belgrade, Faculty of Music

 

Program Committee:

  • Marcel Cobussen, PhD, Leiden University, Faculty of Humanities, Academy of Creative and Performing Arts
  • Marija Masnikosa, PhD, Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade
  • Vesna Mikić, PhD, Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade
  • Ivana Perković, PhD, Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade
  • Tijana Popović Mlađenović, PhD, Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade
  • Nico Schüler, PhD, Texas State University, San Marcos
  • Leon Stefanija, PhD, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana
  • Ana Stefanović, PhD, Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade
  • Dragana Stojanović-Novičić, PhD, Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade
  • Chris Walton, PhD, University of Stellenbosch

Organizing Committee:

  • Stefan Cvetković, PhD candidate, Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade
  • Marina Marković, PhD candidate, Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade
  • Marija Masnikosa, PhD, Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade
  • Vesna Mikić, PhD, Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade
  • Ivana Miladinović-Prica, PhD candidate, Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade
  • Radoš Mitrović, PhD, Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade
  • Ivana Perković, PhD, Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade
  • Ivana Petković, PhD candidate, Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade
  • Tijana Popović Mlađenović, PhD, Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade
  • Ana Stefanović, PhD, Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade

Event Description

Celebrating its 70th anniversary the Department of Musicology, Faculty of Music, University of Arts in Belgrade, announces its Fourteenth International Conference: Contextuality of Musicology – What, How, Why and Because.

The interest for the contextuality of musicology (e.g. M. Veselinović-Hofman, Contextuality of MusicologyNew Sound, 1998) and/or practise of the interdisciplinary musicology, has long been present at the Department of Musicology, and reflects the awareness of multiple approaches to the interdisciplinary musicology, as well as an importance of integrating knowledge of other disciplines concerning music into the musicological discourse.

Open to the contributions not only from musicological and music field, but from different fields of humanities and arts, the conference aims at contemporary re/interpretations and re/discoveries of the crucial points of contextuality of musicology.

The above and the following few suggestions, are offered as starting-points for consideration:

  • context in music/musicology

  • music/musicology in context

  • contextuality of musicology and (post-)historical, as well as analytical fact

  • contextuality of musicology and musicological aesthetics and poetics of music (from what is autonomously musical in a work to what is latently semantic in it, in a way that implies or stimulates personal insights, and/or personal existence in a musical work, as a sort of hermeneutical completion – cf. Interview with M. Veselinović-Hofman)

  • contextuality of musicology and contemporary creation – current phenomena in and outside music: technological and compositional-technical innovations, various efforts in media, style and theory, the possibility of contextual insight, necessarily related to the problem area of this here and now (cf. Interview with M. Veselinović-Hofman)

  • contextuality of musicology and performing

  • contextuality of musicology and media – mixed media, polymedia, intermedia

  • contextuality of musicology and technology – human, non-human

  • contextuality of musicology and language, as well as writing

  • contextuality of musicology and subject(ivity)

  • contextuality of musicology and utopia, (post)delusion, nostalgia, melancholy, and/or activism, technological progress

  • contextuality of musicology and interdisciplinary challenges, humanities

Academics of all fields of musicology are invited, including those dealing with music from the position of other disciplines.

Please submit your paper topic (including the thematic area as listed above) to Ivana Petković or Radoš Mitrović or Stefan Cvetković at this e-mail addressmuzikologija@fmu.bg.ac.rs

Organizers

Faculty of Music, University of Arts in Belgrade

Kosančićev venac 29, Beograd 11000, Serbia

+381 11 265 9887

http://www.arts.bg.ac.rs/en/university/members/faculty-of-music-arts/

About the organiser

The Faculty of Music is the oldest higher music institution in Serbia and the keystone of the musical culture of the country. The most highly regarded music artists have taught or studied at the Faculty. More than 90% of members of all big ensembles in the country (orchestras, choirs, opera), as well as pedagogues at music schools in Serbia, graduated from the Faculty of Music.

Contact information

fmuinfo@fmu.bg.ac.rs

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