Appel à communiaction : Popular Music Heritage and Place – online seminar

Popular Music Heritage and Place online seminar, 25 November 2021

The Department of Cultural Heritage Studies at the University of Turku is hosting an online seminar on Popular Music Heritage and Place Thursday, 25 November, 12:30–14:00 pm. Four seminar talks (see programme below) present case-studies from five European cities and discuss the various connections of popular music heritage to place, including music scenes, uses of history, and local heritage-management. 20-minute talks are followed by 10-minute Q&A.
Welcome to follow the presentations and take part in the discussions!

Seminar registration to by 21 November. Zoom-invitations will be sent to participants via e-mail by 23 November.

PROGRAMME Popular Music Heritage and Place
Thursday, 25 November, 12:30–14:00 pm, online

Kari Kallioniemi (University Lecturer, Musicology, Adjunct Professor (Title of Docent), University of Turku): Tales of Three Different Cities: Music and Heritage in Liverpool, Glasgow and Turku

Giacomo Bottà (PhD, Comparative Studies, IULM University Milano, Adjunct professor (Title of Docent), University of Helsinki and University of Tampere): Authenticity in real-life and virtual implementations of The Sound of Düsseldorf City Walk
Pertti Grönholm (DPhil, University Teacher, Cultural History and European and World History, Adjunct Professor (Title of Docent), University of Turku): Controlling history and images: Kraftwerk and the pop heritage of Düsseldorf

Tommi Iivonen (Doctoral Student, Cultural Production and Landscape Studies, University of Turku): From mainstream to underground: The musical and cultural change from the eighties Pori rock to nineties Pori rock

The talk is part of a two-day hybrid seminar, which will take place at the University Consortium of Pori, 24–25 November 2021 (other sessions in Finnish).
Further information:

Kimi Kärki
PhD, Adjunct Professor (Title of Docent), Research Fellow
International Institute for Popular Culture (IIPC)

Project leader: Fasismin lumo ja affektiivinen perintö suomalaisessa kulttuurissa (Fascinating fascism and its affective heritage in Finnish culture, Kone Foundation 2021-2023)

Reseacher: Talking Machines. Electronic voice and the interpretation of emotions and self-understanding in human-machine communication in 1960-2020 (Kone Foundation 2018-2021)

Cultural History
School of History, Culture and Arts Studies
FIN-20014 University of Turku


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