KISMIF Conference

Musical Cities – Communication, territoriality and politics

‘Cidades Musicais – Comunicação, territorialidade e política [Musical Cities – Communication, territoriality and politics]’ by Cíntia Sanmartin Fernandes and Micael Herschmann   The collection Musical Cities shows that some of the most interesting reflections currently on […]

Jul, 01 · in Book Launches,Programme

Twilight of the Mortals

‘Twilight of the Mortals’ by Peter Webb Twilight of the Mortals is a coffee-table size, art-quality book featuring the incredible photography work of long time Killing Joke confidant, Mont Sherar. Published by Pc-Press, this book […]

Jul, 01 · in Book Launches,Programme

The Routledge Companion to Popular Music History and Heritage

‘The Routledge Companion to Popular Music History and Heritage’ by Sarah Baker, Catherine Strong, Lauren Istvandity and Zelmarie Cantillon   The Routledge Companion to Popular Music History and Heritage examines the social, cultural, political and […]

Jul, 01

No Future: Punk, Politics and British Youth Culture, 1976-84

‘No Future: Punk, Politics and British Youth Culture, 1976-84’ by Matthew Worley   ‘No Feelings’, ‘No Fun’, ‘No Future’. The years 1976–84 saw punk emerge and evolve as a fashion, a musical form, an attitude […]

Jul, 01

Music, sound and digital culture. Brazilian Communication Perspectives

Música, som e cultura digital. Perspectivas comunicacionais brasileiras [Music, sound and digital culture. Brazilian Communication Perspectives] by Simone Pereira de Sá, Beatriz Polivanov and Simone Evangelista   It is a book that celebrates 10 years […]

Jul, 01

Crooked Heron

‘Garça Torta [Crooked Heron]’ by Lígia Dabul   Brazilian poet Lígia Dabul attended an artistic residence in Monsanto, Portugal, a program related to Universidade de Coimbra. The result was this collection of poems, translated by […]

Jul, 01

The Fantastic Factory

‘A Fantástica Fábrica [The Fantastic Factory]’ by Leonardo Felipe   A ‘Fantástica Fábrica’ [The Fantastic Factory] could be placed at an indeterminate point between genres: it’s either a memoir, ethnographic report, autofiction, and historical narrative. […]

Jul, 01

Electri_City: Elektronische Musik aus Düsseldorf

‘Electri_City: Elektronische Musik aus Düsseldorf [Electri_City: Electronic music from Dusseldorf]’ by Rüdiger Esch   Just like Memphis is the heartland of rock and roll, Dusseldorf is regarded as the Mecca for electronic music. The capital […]

Jul, 01

Neo-Tribes. Consumption, Leisure and Tourism

‘Neo-Tribes. Consumption, Leisure and Tourism’ by Anne Hardy, Andy Bennett and Brady Robards   This collection brings together perspectives drawn from a range of international scholars who have conducted research into the applications of neo-tribal […]

Jul, 01
Special Issue: Youth, Music and DIY Careers – Cultural Sociology

Special Issue: Youth, Music and DIY Careers – Cultural Sociology

‘Special Issue: Youth, Music and DIY Careers – Cultural Sociology’ by Andy Bennett   Since the 1970s, the concept of DIY (do-it-yourself) culture has evolved from a bluntly resistant statement of independence from dominant forms […]

Jul, 01

She bop: the definitive history of women in popular music

She bop: the definitive history of women in popular music by Lucy O’Brien   Imagine changing just one word in the title: The Definitive History of Men in Popular Music. Sounds weird, doesn’t it? Like […]

Jul, 01

Levedation: dosages of acidity without parcimony

12h45 – 14h00 – RISE UP: A SCIENTIFIC INTERFACE Levedação: doses de acidez sem parcimônia [Levedation: dosages of acidity without parcimony] by Jeder Janotti Jr.   Debut novel by the writer Jeder Janotti Junior, ‘Levedação’ is […]

Jul, 01

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