Donnerstag, 25.05.2023, 09:15 Uhr
|Veranstaltende:||SINTA | Studies in the Arts|
|Redner, Rednerin:||Prof. Georgina Born|
|Uhrzeit:||09:15 - 12:00 Uhr|
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This workshop introduces key features of ethnographic methods for those who would like to pursue ethnographic fieldwork as part of their creative practice or artistic research methodologies. The workshop will shift registers between the practical, the conceptual, the epistemological and the ethical, and it should be particularly valuable in light of the fact that anthropological ethnography, the optimal form, has a limited literature and is taught largely by osmosis.
Georgina Born is Professor of Anthropology and Music at UCL (University College London) and was previously an experimental musician. Her work combines ethnographic and theoretical writings on music, sound, interdisciplinarity, and digital media. She directed the ERC research program ‘Music, Digitization, Mediation’, has been visiting professor at UC Berkeley and Princeton, McGill and Oslo Universities, and is now directing the ERC program ‘Music and AI: Building Critical Interdisciplinary Studies’.
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