Lisbon 2007

XXIII Conference Lisbon, Portugal, 11 – 13 October, 2007

Instituto de Etnomusicologia – Centro de Estudos de Música e Dança
Universidade Nova de Lisboa – Campus de Campolide

PROGRAM Thursday, October 11
9:30 – 11:00 Panel 1: European Ethnomusicological Archives in the 21st Century: Strategies, Challenges, Threats

Chair: Lars Christian Koch (Germany)

  • Susanna Ziegler (Germany), Historical Recordings: A Challenge for the Future
  • Lars Christian Koch (Germany), Long-term Strategies for Conservation, Dissemination and Publication in Audiovisual Archives
  • Maurice Mengel (Germany), Working with Ethnocentrism: Considerations on Knowledge and Power in Current Projects related to Digital Ethnomusicological Archives
  • Ewa Dahlig-Turek (Poland), East-European Sound Archives and Pan-European Cultural Politics

11:30 – 12:30 Panel 2: “Three Tales of a City”: Immigrant Scenarios in Vienna

Chair: Ursula Hemetek (Austria)

  • Ursula Hemetek (Austria), Slavko Nini? and the Wiener Tschuschenkapelle Performing Balkan Music: A Viennese Phenomenon
  • Gerda Lechleitner (Austria), A New Diaspora in Central Europe: The Activities of the Sephardic Centre in Vienna
  • Hande Sa?lam (Austria), New Identities in Diaspora: Turkish Hip Hop among Turkish Second- and Third-Generation in Vienna

14:00 – 15:30 Panel 3: Music and Diasporic Communities in Lisbon

Chair: Susana Sardo (Portugal)

  • Susana Sardo (Portugal), “Proud to be a Goan”: Colonial Memories, Post colonial Identities. Music among the Goan Diaspora
  • Pedro Roxo (Portugal), The Gujarati Music and Entertainment Industries and the Enhancement of Cultural Traditions amongst Hindu-Gujarati Migrants
  • Rui Cidra (Portugal), “Seeking a Life” (pa ba buska bida): Funaná, Transnationalism and the Places of Experience
  • Jorge Castro Ribeiro (Portugal), “Nós Somos Finka-Pé“: Batuque Performance as Claim, Evasion and Resistance among Cape-Verdian Immigrant Women of Bairro da Cova da Moura, Amadora, Portugal.

16:00 – 18:30 Paper Session 1: Music Making and the Construction of Identities: Romani, Albanian and Jewish Diasporas in Europe

Chair: Ewa Dahlig-Turek (Poland)

  • Iren Kertesz Wilkinson (England) Roma Music Performance and Hungarian History
  • Susana Weich-Shahak, (Israel) Functions and Structures of a Sephardi Dance-Song from Tetuan and Rhodes and its Spanish Roots
  • Ardian Ahmedaya (Austria), A Musical Group from an Old Albanian Diaspora in Sicily in the Age of the Global Cultural Industries
  • Alma Bejtullahu, (Slovenia) Music and Dance of the Albanian Diaspora in Croatia and Slovenia

19:00 – 20:15 Film: Bernard Lortat-Jacob and Hélène Delaporte (France), Chant d’un pays perdu.

Friday, October 12

9:00 – 10:30 Panel 4: The Crying Gatekeeper: Cultural Heritage and the Role of the Archivist

Chair: Dan Lundberg (Sweden)

  • Panelists: Dan Lundberg (Sweden), Stefan Bohman (Sweden), Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco (Portugal), Gunnar Ternhag (Sweden) and Märta Ramsten (Sweden)

11:00 – 13:00 Paper Session 2: Music and Dance in Portugal and the Lusophone World: Post-Colonial Trajectories, Transnationalism and the Performance of Identity

Chair: Rafael de Menezes Bastos (Brazil)

  • Kimberly Holton (USA), Ranchos Folclóricos and the Politics of Colorblind Casting in Post-Colonial Portugal
  • Luísa Roubaud (Portugal), Dance and Lusophone Identity: Eurocentrism, Post-Colonialism and Contemporary Dance
  • Kate Brucher (USA), Rapsódias Portuguesas: Filarmónicas and the Performance of Transnationalism and Portuguese Identity
  • Margarida Moura (Portugal), Dances with Tradition and Multiculturality
  • Ana Paula Batalha and Ana Macara (Portugal), Fandango in Portugal

14:30 – 15:30 Poster Session

  • Marziet and Sveta Anzarokova (Adygh Republic), Tradition “ghy” in the Adygh Dance Culture: specific function returned from Turkey
  • Horacio Curti (Spain), Discourses and Legitimating Practices with Regard to a Transnational Instrument: The Case of the Japanese Shakuhashi
  • Ana Hofman (Slovenia), Nostalgia or Subversion? Shared Musical Identities of the Former Yugoslav Emigrant Communities in Slovenia
  • Zoltán Juhász (Hungary), A Computer Aided Classification and Comparison of Different Folk Music Traditions
  • Sebastián G. Lozano, Fernando Santonja , Alfonso Vargas, Manuel Canteras (Spain) Ana Macara (Portugal), The Influence of Ballet in Spanish Folk Dance
  • Carla Minelli (Portugal), Inca Music as described by the Jesuit Blas Valera (1580-1620). The Role of Music in Cross-Cultural Processes
  • Maria Samokovlieva (Bulgaria), ?usic and Dance of Karakachans Diaspora Community in Bulgaria
  • José Rodrigues dos Santos (Portugal), Vers la constitution des archives d’une culture populaire
  • Elena Shishkina (Russia), The Role of Folk Music Forms in Modern Multiethnic Communities in the Lower Volga Area
  • Janos Sipos (Hungary), Computer Aided analysis of Bektashi Religious Music
  • Alla Sokolova (Adygh Republic ), Circassian Records in Germany and Austria
  • Alfonso Vargas, Sebastián G. Lozano, Jose Luis González Montesínos, Jesús Mora Vicente, Pablo Ruiz Gallardo (Spain), The Importance of Physical Demands in Contemporary Flamenco Dance
  • S?awomira ?era?ska-Kominek (Poland), Writing the Oral Tradition: Darvish Ali Changi’s Treatise on Music (XVII century)

15:30 – 16:30 Paper Session 3: Creativity, Experience, and Meaning in Performance

Chair: Maria de São José Corte-Real

  • Ricardo Pinheiro (Portugal), Creative Processes in the Context of Jazz Jam Sessions
  • Martin Clayton and Laura Leante (England), The Art of Listening: Indian Raga Music and its Audience

17:00 – 18:00 John Blacking Memorial Lecture: Philip Bohlman (USA), Herder’s Cid and the Epic of Modern Europe

Dinner at a Fado restaurant

Saturday, October 13
9:00 – 10:30 Paper Session 6: Audiovisual Archives in the XXIst Century: Ethics, Social Relevance, Dissemination

Chair: Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco

  • Samuel Araujo and Members of Musicultura (Brazil), Musicultura: Musiccultura: Researching and Archiving Sound and Image from a Socially Interested Point of View
  • Enrique Cámara de Landa (Spain), The project Multimedia Collection Management – MULTI.CO.M: A new European Curriculum for Sound, Photograph, and Audiovisual Sources
  • Pedro Félix (Portugal), From Zora to Bersabeia: The Sound Archive as an Invisible City. The Ethics and Politics of archiving.
  • Marcus Wolff (Brazil), The Change in the Role of Music Archives in XXI Century Brazil

11:00 – 12:30 Paper Session 4: Music and Dance in Portugal and Spain: Revitalization, Transculturation and the Construction of Identities and Sociability Networks

Chair: João Soeiro de Carvalho (Portugal)

  • Susana Moreno Fernàndez (Spain), The Celtic Music Movement and “los pueblos del arco Atlántico” in Spain
    Daniel Tércio (Portugal), Dancing the Struggle, Dancing the Encounter
  • Barbara Alge (Austria), Revitalizing the “Passion” for the Bugiada Dance-Drama: Enacting the Bugio or Blogging on the Web?
  • Ana Filipa Carvalho (Portugal) Sociability Networks in Bairro Alto: A Study of 1980’s Popular music in Portugal

14:00 – 16:00 Paper Session 7: Transcultural Processes, Expressive Behavior and the Construction of Identities in the Lusophone and Hispanic Worlds

Chair: Enrique Câmara (Spain)

  • Barbara Allagayer-Kaufmann (Germany), Portugal and Brazil: Strong Flux and Weak Reflux: Ideology, Nationalism, and other Realities
  • Larry Francis Hilarian (Malaysia), The Impact of the Portuguese and Spanish Colonization on the Malay Archipelago and its Influence on the Globalization of Musical Cultures
  • Miquel Genè (Spain), Usages and Meanings of Candombe in Barcelona
  • Gonzalo Fernàndez Monte (Spain), Identity Transformations in Jamaican music upon its arrival to Spain in the 1960’s.
  • Rossano, Salvatore (Spain), The Construction of identity and the Representation of the murga porteña

17:00 – 18:00 Paper Session 9: Musical Cultures in Diaspora: Public Institutions, Documentation Strategies, and the Construction of Identities

Chair: Barbara Allagayer-Kaufman

  • Britta Sweers (Germany), Public Institutions and Migrant Music Performers in Germany: Some Insights from Rostock’s Polyphony of Cultures Project
  • Sager, Rebecca (USA), Researching Cultures in Diaspora: A Case Study Employing Motional Capture Technology to Explore Movement and Rhythmic Identities