WiderScreen 3-4/2016: Film Music and Cinematic Soundscapes

WiderScreen 3–4/2016 ”Elokuvamusiikki ja elokuvien äänimaisema – Film Music and Cinematic Soundscapes” is now published on http://widerscreen.fi/.
The issue was born out of the need to observe the multifaceted interactions of film, soundscapes, and music in a multidisciplinary fashion. The articles and overviews of the theme issue represent digital culture, musicology, and film studies.

WiderScreen is a peer-reviewed academic journal dealing with multimedial, digital, and audiovisual media culture. The editorial staff consists especially of people from the fields of film and media studies, history, visual culture, communications, and digital culture. The journal is coordinated by the discipline of digital culture, University of Turku.

Contents:
Editorial (Kimi Kärki [Editor], Petri Saarikoski [Editor in Chief])

Articles:
Laura Jordán González (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) and Nicolas Lema Habash (Université Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne, France): “Dismembering Body and Voice: Raúl Ruiz’s Mammame and the Critique of Cinematic Dualism”.
Markus Mantere (Sibelius Academy): ”Musiikki kasvun, muistamisen ja tuhoavan läsnäolon merkkinä. J.S. Bachin Goldberg-variaatioiden merkitys Hannibal Lecterin fiktiivisen hahmon rakentumisessa”.
Laura Miranda (Universidad de Oviedo, Spain): “The Spanish Cinema Soundscape in the 1940s: Songs for a New Regime”.
Sini Mononen (University of Turku): “Raiskaava ja vainoava musiikki. Vainoaminen off-screen-raiskauksena ja akusmatisoitu vainoaja-raiskaaja elokuvassa Hirveä kosto”.
Sanna Qvick (University of Turku): “Goblin King in Labyrinth. An audio-visual close reading of the songs by David Bowie”.

Overviews:
Heikki Rosenholm (University of Turku): “Elokuvamusiikin narratiiviset merkitykset: tarkastelussa Rocky ja The Karate Kid -elokuvat”
Olli Lehtonen (University of Turku) and Janne Virtanen (Tampere University of Technology): “Musiikki nostalgisena ja kerronnallisena tekijänä Hotline Miami -videopelissä”
Anna Sivula (University of Turku) and Jaakko Suominen (University of Turku): “Retrovation – the Concept of a Historical Innovation”

Concert review:
Kimi Kärki: “Kultaa ja ekstaaseja: Maestro Ennio Morriconen konsertti Helsingin Hartwall-areenalla 30.11.2016”

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Bowie Seminar

Monday, December 12, 2016

Janus Hall (Kaivokatu 10, University of Turku)

12:00 Welcome
12:15 David Bowie’s ‘Alien’ as a queer subject – Anna-Elena Pääkkölä
12:45 Goblin King in Labyrinth: Audiovisual analysis of songs by David Bowie –Sanna Qvick
13:15 David Bowie and the Fascination of Fascism – Kari Kallioniemi

13:45 – 14:00 Break

14:00 Heroism and its reflections: Bowie, Glass, Aphex Twin – John Richardson
14:45 Bowie Covers and Influence in Finland, 1973–99 – Yrjö Heinonen
15:15 – 16:00 Panel Discussion: Remembering Bowie (chair: Kimi Kärki)

16:15 The book launch of the two latest releases from IIPC/Intellect series ’Studies on Popular Culture’: Englishness, Pop and Post-War Britain and Memory, Sound, Space

Organised by the International Institute for Popular Music (IIPC, http://iipc.utu.fi/ )

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1040755536050457/

Muistettu Leonard Cohen

MUISTETTU LEONARD COHEN
Seminaari lauluista, muistosta ja muistamisesta

Perjantai 16.12.2016
klo 12:00-14:30

Mediatutkimuksen harjoitusteatteri, Minerva E321

11.30 Kahvitus (ilmoittautuneille)
12.00 Avaussanat: Cohen ja kulttuurinen muisti, dosentti Maarit Leskelä-Kärki
12.15 Leonard Cohen ja laulujen lohtu, FT Silja Laine
12.45 ”En tunnusta!” Leonard Cohen ja Joni Mitchell, FT Kimi Kärki
13.15 ”Terveisin, L.C.”, toimittaja Seppo Pietikäinen
14.00 Elävää musiikkia Leonard Cohenin varhaistuotannon piiristä, Kimi Kärki

Tilaisuus päättyy klo 14.30

Järjestäjät: IIPC & SELMA -tutkimuskeskukset

Ilmoittautumiset 15.12. mennessä:
Tutkimusavustaja (SELMA) Karoliina Sjö, kamasj(at)utu.fi

EUPOP 2017

CFP: EUPOP 2017

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University of the Arts London, July 25th – 27nd, 2017

Deadline: Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

Individual paper and panel contributions are welcomed for the sixth annual international conference of the European Popular Culture Association (EPCA), to be held at the University of the Arts London (272 High Holborn), July 25th – 27nd, 2017.

EUPOP 2017 will explore European popular culture in all its various forms. This includes, but is by no means limited to, the following topics: European Film (past and present), Television, Music, Celebrity, The Body, Fashion, New Media, Popular Literature and Graphic Novels, Queer Studies, Sport, Curation, and Digital Culture. One particular strand will be devoted to fascism and popular culture.

The closing date for this call is Tuesday 28th February, 2017.

There will be opportunities for networking and publishing within the EPCA. Presenters at EUPOP 2017 will be encouraged to develop their papers for publication in a number of Intellect journals, including the EPCA’s Journal of European Popular Culture. Journal editors will be working closely with strand convenors – a full list of Intellect journals is available at:
http://www.intellectbooks.com

Papers and Complete Panels for all strands will be subject to peer review. Proposals for individual presentations must not exceed 20 minutes in length, and those for panels limited to 90 minutes. In the latter case, please provide a short description of the panel along with individual abstracts. Poster presentations and video projections are also warmly welcomed.

Proposals comprising a 300-word abstract, your full name, affiliation, and contact details (as a Word-file attachment, not a PDF) should be submitted to Pamela Church Gibson (pamelachurchgibson@gmail.com) by February 28th, 2017. Receipt of proposals will be acknowledged via e-mail.

The conference draft program will be announced in May 2016, along with the conference registration and accommodation details. The likely conference fee will be 200 euros (student), and 250 euros (other). The fee includes coffees, lunches, evening reception & dinner, and EPCA Membership (includes subscription to the European Journal of Popular Culture, Intellect Press).

Keynote speakers will be announced in early 2017.

The European Popular Culture Association

The European Popular Culture Association (EPCA) promotes the study of popular culture from, in, and about Europe. Popular culture involves a wide range of activities, material forms and audiences. EPCA aims to examine and discuss these different aspects as they relate both to Europe and to Europeans across the globe, whether contemporary or historical.

EUPOP 2017 is organised by:

European Popular Culture Association (EPCA): http://epcablog.wordpress.com/

International Institute for Popular Culture (IIPC): http://iipc.utu.fi/

 

Kind Regards,

EPCA President, Adjunct Professor Kari Kallioniemi, kakallio@utu.fi

EPCA Vice-President, Pamela Church Gibson, pamelachurchgibson@gmail.com
EPCA Secretary, IIPC Coordinator, Dr Kimi Kärki, kierka@utu.fi

EPCA Membership Secretary, Dr Graham Roberts, grahamroberts83@gmail.com