Music and Nationalism:post-colonialism and emergent new states
Music and Nationalism:post-colonialism and emergent new states | “Musical structure and questions of ethnic/national identity in Argentina”
March 11th, 2019 | 16:00 - 18:00 | NOVA FCSH | Building ID | Room 1.05
Enrique Cámara de Landa is Professor of Ethnomusicolgoy at the Universidad of Valladolid and Director of the Aula de Música of the Universidad de Valladolid. He has teaching expertise at the National University of La Plata (Argentina), National Taiwan University, Universidad del Litoral (Santa Fe, Argentina), Catholic University of Chile, Leopold-Franzes Universität (Innsbruck) and University of Kerala (India). He has published on traditional music of Argentina, Spain, India, and Costa Rica, analysis of traditional music, Italian tango, music of migrants, history and theory of ethnomusicology.
Pedro Mendes, PhD Candidate in Ethnomusicology (urban night music in Mozambique)
Pedro Mendes, born in Lisbon, is Master in Ethnomusicology by FCSH/NOVA (2016) with a dissertation devoted to the study of the implementation of jazz teaching programs in Portugal. He is a PhD student in Ethnomusicology in the Department of Musical Sciences of the FCSH/NOVA with a fellowship of the Doctoral Program "Music as Culture and Cognition" supported by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia, with a thesis dedicated to the study of the articulation between musical practices and the social and geographical organization in the city of Lourenço Marques in the last years of the colonial period. He integrates the international research team of the project Timbila, Makwayela e Marrabenta: a century of musical representation in Mozambique.