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Keynote Speakers Arquivos | KISMIF Conference

Marion Leonard

Marion Leonard is Senior Lecturer in the School of Music and member of the Institute of Popular Music. She is author of Gender in the Music Industry (Ashgate, 2007) and co-editor of The Beat Goes […]

May, 17

Paula Guerra

Paula Guerra is convenor of KISMIF Conference. She is Professor of Sociology at Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto (FLUP, Portugal), and senior researcher at the Institute of Sociology of the […]

Mar, 29

Simone Pereira de Sá

Simone Pereira de Sá has a PhD and Master in Communication and Culture  Studies and BA in Social Sciences at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro  (UFRJ/ Brazil). Currently, she is Professor at Media and Cultural Studies […]

Mar, 10

Don Letts

Don Letts is another figure very well known by the most of us. We are pleased to announce his presence at KISMIF Conference, not only to speak, as keynote speaker, about his rich experience, but […]

Mar, 02

Steve Ignorant

We are pleased to announce that the third edition of KISMIF Conference will count with the participation of Steve Ignorant as keynote speaker to talk about his great experience on music and resistance practices. For […]

Mar, 01

Billy Bragg

KISMIF Conference 2016 has the privilege to announce the presence of Billy Bragg, as keynote speaker, on 18 July. His political activism has been a hallmark in recent times. Billy Bragg is a British singer, songwriter, […]

Mar, 01

Antoine Hennion

Antoine Hennion is a Professor at Mines ParisTech and the former Director of the Centre for the Sociology of Innovation (CSI, 1994-2002). He has a PhD in sociology at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en […]

Feb, 05

Gina Arnold

Gina Arnold is an American author, music critic, and academic. Adjunct Professor at Department of Rhetoric and Languages and Department of Media Studies of the University of San Francisco. She holds a PhD in Modern […]

Jan, 15

Catherine Strong

Catherine Strong has a PhD in Sociology from the Australian National University. Her thesis looked at grunge music and collective memory, and has since been published as Grunge: Music and Memory with Ashgate (2011). Her […]

Jan, 15

Samantha Bennett

Samantha Bennett is a sound recordist and academic from London, UK. An AHRC Doctoral Scholar, she is currently Associate Professor at the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences. Her research focuses on recorded popular […]

Jan, 15

Peter Webb

Peter Webb is a writer, lecturer and musician who specialises in research into popular and contemporary music, subcultures, globalisation, new media, politics and social theory. He is a Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader for Sociology […]

Jan, 15

Lucy Robinson

Lucy Robinson has been developing teaching and research in the History of the 1980s at the University of Sussex (Senior Lecturer in History – History, Centre for the Study of Sexual Dissidence; Centre for the […]

Jan, 15

Andy Bennett

Andy Bennett is Professor of Cultural Sociology at Griffith University in Queensland, Australia. Prior to his appointment at Griffith, he held posts at Brock University (Canada) and the Universities of Surrey, Kent, Glasgow, and Durham […]

Jan, 15

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