Music and Nationalism: popular culture and globalisation
Music and Nationalism Today
Music and Nationalism: popular culture and globalisation | "The españolisima female identity in integrated musical numbers for Spanish films"
April 08th, 2019 | 16:00 - 18:00 | NOVA FCSH | ID Building | Room 1.05
Matilde Olarte Martínez is Professor of Music at the Faculty of Geography and History of the University of Salamanca. Professor of Piano by the Professional Conservatory of Music of Valladolid (1983), she studied the Musicology degree at the University of Oviedo (1987), the Magistrum in Music studies at the University of Glasgow (1990), the PhD in Philosophy and Letters at the University of Valladolid (1992), and the master's degree of University Specialist in Studies on tradition at the latter university (1996). Her main fields of teaching and research include oral music, especially the reception of Spanish popular music in the US; applied music in film and advertising and studies on women and Spanish music. http://diarium.usal.es/mom/
Sofia Vieira Lopes, PhD Candidate in Ethnomusicology (Eurovision Song Contest)
Sofia Vieira Lopes, born in Tomar and living in Lisbon for academic and fieldwork purposes, is Master in Ethnomusicology by the FCSH/NOVA (2012) with a dissertation devoted to the study of the music on the television talk-show Zip-Zip (RTP, 1969). She is a PhD student in Ethnomusicology in the Department of Musical Sciences of the FCSH/NOVA with a research proposal dedicated to the study of the RTP Song Contest (RTP, 1964-2014) with a fellowship from the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia. Sofia studied clarinet at the Sociedade Filarmónica Gualdim Pais in Tomar.