The EZJM at conferences

The EZJM at conferences and symposiums in 2018

  • Weimar, 19 – 20 October 2018:
    Conference "Jewish Life in Germany and Europe after the Shoa"
    Ettersberg Foundation

    Attending EZJM researcher: Martha Stellmacher

  • Tabriz/Jolfa, 28 September – 1 October 2018:
    Second Armenological Symposium, organized by Armenian Diocese of Atrpatakan-Azerbaijan, Tabriz – Iran

    Attending EZJM researcher: Dr. Regina Randhofer –
    lecture on Music between Exile and Nation: Komitas’s Period of Studies in Berlin (1896–1899)

  • Bamberg/Memmelsdorf (Lower Franconia), 4 – 7 September 2018:
    Annual conference of AG Jüdische Sammlungen,

    Attending EZJM researcher: Dr. Susanne Borchers

  • Cracow, 15 – 19 July 2018:
    XI. Congress of the European Association of Jewish Studies
    ,

    Attending EZJM tutor: Dr. Jean Goldenbaum –
    lecture on The Contributions of Jewish Composers Alexandre Levy (1864–1892), Jacobo Ficher (1896–1987) and Leni Alexander (1924–2005) to the Latin-American Music Scene and Society
    Attending EZJM researcher: Martha Stellmacher –
    lecture on Searching for Original Tunes in Jewish Liturgical Music. The Orientation Towards Antiquity in Early 20th Century Musicological Discourses and Compositions
  • Bonn, 1 – 3 March 2018:
    International Symposium "Beethovens Vermächtnis". Mit Beethoven im Exil, Beethoven-Haus Bonn

    Attending EZJM researcher: Dr. Susanne Borchers –
    lecture on "Sehr un-Beethovenianisch erzogen" – Edith Gerson-Kiwi und die Anfänge der Musikwissenschaft in Palästina und Israel
  • London, 14 – 16 January 2018:
    Conference "The Future of the Archive",
    (as part of the project "Performing the Jewish Archive")
    Attending EZJM researchers: Prof. Dr. Sarah Ross, Dr. Miranda Crowdus, Samuel Mund and Martha Stellmacher – panel on Jewish music, cultural revival, and the archive: Towards a sustainable future
    Dr. Miranda Crowdus –
    lecture on From archive to practice: Ethics, challenges, and emergent ontologies in Jewish music revival(s)
    Martha Stellmacher –
    lecture on 'Worthless' items and the archive: Challenges and strategies for bringing (back) Jewish music-objects from the archive to the repertoire
    Prof. Dr. Sarah Ross and Samuel Mund –
    lecture on Jewish liturgical music database: Applying the concept of cultural sustainability in Jewish music studies
 

Last modified: 2018-10-16

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