MUSIC FESTIVAL AND URBAN IDENTITY

MUSIC FESTIVAL AND URBAN IDENTITY
University Consortium of Pori, Finland, September 27th, 2016 (Lecture Room 267)
 
The Symposium Program
 
8:30–9:00 Registration, coffee is served at the lobby
9:00–9:15 Welcome/ opening words
Professor Anna Sivula, University of Turku
 
9:15–10:15 Keynote speaker:
Popular Cultural Heritage of Manchester
Professor Justin O´Connor, Monash University, Australia
 
 
10:30-12:00 Workshop 1:
Cultural heritage of popular culture
Chairman Anna Sivula, Professor, Cultural Heritage, University of Turku
1) From the Guggenheim Effect to Temporal Geographies of Affect: The Production of Social Space through Events and Affects
Aleksi Lohtaja, University of Jyväskylä
 
2) The barbarians are coming to town. Mont-de-Marsan and the world’s first punk festival (1976-1977)
Luc Robène, University of Bordeaux, THALIM (France) and Solveig Serre, CNRS (Centre de musique de Versailles) in CESR-CMBV (Centre d`études supérieures de la renaissance) (France)
 
3) The city of Paris and friendship in Dominique Sylvain’s Ingrid Diesel & Lola Jost series
Andrea Hynynen, University of Turku
 
12:00–13:00 Lunch (at your own expense)
 
13:00–14:30 Workshop 2:
Popular Culture and Urban Studies
Chairman Kari Kallioniemi, Adjunct professor, Cultural History, University of Turku
1) Rock and Ópera al Parque in Bogotá: Social and Cultural Perpspective Santiago Niño Morales, Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Bogotá, Colombia
 
2) Industrial Cities, Industrial Sounds? Popular Music and the European urban Crisis in the 1970s and 1980s
Giacomo Botta, University of Helsinki
 
3) Pori Jazz Festival and perspectives on popular music and cultural heritage
Iida-Milla Saarinen, University of Turku
 
14:30–15:00 Coffee is served at the lobby
15:00–-16:00 Keynote Speaker:
Rock Spectacles and Cultural Heritage
Dr Kimi Kärki, IIPC (The International Institute for Popular Culture, University of Turku)
 
16:00–16:30 Final discussion
 
We’ll get together in a local pub and continue discussions!
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About Kimi Kärki

Coordinator: International Institute for Popular Culture (IIPC), PhD Programme in Popular Culture Studies (PPCS) & International Master's programme European Heritage, Digital Media and the Information Society (EuroMACHS).

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