Segnaliamo ai lettori una lettera e un appello relativo agli studi di popular music. L’etnomusicologia e altre simili discipline, che pure in Italia hanno avuto una grande tradizione – basti ricordare Ernesto De Martino – rischiano di essere strangolate dall’articolazione del sapere in settori a compartimenti stagni e da procedure di reclutamento mal disegnate.

Egregio Ministro dell’Istruzione, dell’Università e della Ricerca,

nei giorni scorsi abbiamo redatto un documento sullo stato degli studi sulla popular music nell’università italiana, preoccupati dal loro mancato riconoscimento e dalle conseguenti difficoltà, anche gravi, per gli studiosi italiani del campo. Il documento, qui allegato, è stato sottoscritto da quasi un centinaio di colleghi (musicologi, etnomusicologi, sociologi, studiosi di cultural studies e di sound studies, musicisti, addetti dell’industria musicale) di tutto il mondo, anche italiani. Ci uniamo a loro anche per sottolineare l’importanza di un campo di studi che riguarda le musiche di gran lunga più praticate e consumate nel mondo, che tanta rilevanza hanno nei comportamenti dei giovani e anche dei cittadini di ogni età, che le ascoltano per ore ogni giorno — senza dimenticare il valore economico di settori come l’industria discografica ed editoriale, i social media, la radio e la televisione, eccetera.

Tra i firmatari ci sono figure di primissimo piano degli studi musicali nel mondo. Non vogliamo, ovviamente, che il documento appaia come un’interferenza nella politica accademica italiana. D’altra parte, gli studi sulla popular music sono diffusi da decenni in moltissimi Paesi, i colleghi italiani sono stimati dappertutto, e ci sembra davvero un’anomalia inspiegabile il fatto che debbano essere emarginati e impediti nelle loro carriere (si veda il caso del prof. Franco Fabbri, uno dei pionieri nel campo) da un ordinamento che non prevede l’esistenza di un settore disciplinare autonomo.

Siamo certi che leggerà con curiosità e attenzione il documento allegato e l’elenco dei firmatari, e siamo fin da ora disponibili a un incontro, ove lo ritenesse opportuno.

Con i più cordiali saluti,

Prof. Philip Tagg, Università di Huddersfield e di Salford (GB), fondatore della International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM)

Dr. Goffredo Plastino, Università di Newcastle-upon-Tyne (GB), attuale Presidente della IASPM

Popular Music Studies in Italian Universities:
—a Petition—

332 signatories from 38 nations as of Tuesday, 2014-05-27, 16:15 hrs BST

Argentina (2), Australia (14), Austria (2), Belgium (2), Brazil (42), Bulgaria (2), Canada (19), Chile (1), Colombia (1), Croatia (1), Denmark (3), Finland (13), France (9), Germany (12),
Iceland (1), Ireland (2), Israel (4), Italy (52), Jamaica (1), Japan (1), Lithuania (1) Mexico (1), Mozambique (1), Netherlands (9), New Zealand (4), Norway (4), Poland (1), Portugal (5),
Singapore (1), Slovenia (2), South Africa (5), South Korea (1), Spain (22), Sweden (3),
Switzerland (1), Turkey (3), U.K. (64), Uruguay (4), U.S.A. (16)
N.B. Alphabetical order of family name. Family names starting with prefixes like De, De La, Do, Van, Van Der, etc. are indexed under the subsequent family name, except for Italians; family names starting D’, Le, La, L’, etc sorted as such.

 

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2.       Lauren Acton — Course Director, Centennial College/York University, Toronto (Canada)

3.       Roberto, Agostini — Professore a contratto, Conservatori di Cesena e di Sassari, Bologna (Italy)

4.       Coriún Aharonián — Composer and Professor, Escuela Universitaria de Música, Universidad de la República; Director, Centro Nacional de Documentación Musical (Uruguay)

5.       Michael Ahlers — Professor for music education and popular music, Leuphana University of Lueneburg, Lüneburg (Germany)

6.       Kaj Ahlsved — Åbo Akademi University of Turku, Finland,

7.       Ana Maria Alarcon Jimenez — PhD candidate, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon
(Portugal)

8.       Luciano Allegra — Full Professor of Modern History, Dpt Studi Umanistici, University of Turin (Turin)

9.       Celsa Alonso — Profesora Titular, Universidad de Oviedo (Spain)

10.    Christopher Ambrose — Honours student/Full time musician, Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, Gold Coast (Australia).

11.    Stephen Amico — Assistant Professor, Music Studies and Music, University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)

12.    Tim Anderson —Associate Professor, Old Dominion University, Norfolk (USA)

13.    Ricardo Andrade — PhD Student, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon (Portugal)

14.    Nadav Appel — Adjunct Lecturer, Bar-Ilan University; Sapir Academic College, Tel Aviv (Israel)

15.    Heloísa de Araújo Duarte Valente — Researcher and teacher, UNIP, Santos, SP (Brazil)

16.    Julio Arce — Profesor Titular, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain)

17.    Alf Arvidsson — Professor, Umeå university, Umeå (Sweden)

18.    Cláudia Azevedo — Post-doctoral Researcher/Lecturer in Popular Music Analysis, Postgraduate program in Music/UNIRIO – FAPERJ, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

19.    Christina Baade — Associate Professor, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario (Canada)

20.    Melvin Backstrom — PhD Candidate in Musicology, McGill University, Montreal (Canada)

21.    Christopher Ballantine — LG Joel Professor of Music Emeritus / University Fellow, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban (South Africa)

22.    Olívia Bandeira — Doutouranda, UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

23.    Antonio Banfi — Professore, Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza, Università degli Studi di
Bergamo (Italy)

24.    Matthew Bannister — Lecturer, Wintec, Hamilton (New Zealand/Aotearoa)

25.    Rômulo Natan Barboza de Morais — Media Studies Student, Universidade Federal
Fluminense, Niteroi, RJ (Brazil)

26.    Mario Baroni — Università di Bologna (Italy)

27.    Jan van Belle — Musicologist (retired), Arnhem (Netherlands)

28.    Jody Berland — Professor, York University, Toronto (Canada)

29.    Anna Beltrami — archivist, AFS Archives, Miasino (Italy),

30.    Samantha Bennett — Senior lecturer, Australian National University, Canberra (Australia)

31.    Stephen Bennetts — Anthropologist, Northern Land Council, Perth (Australia)

32.    Francisco Bethencourt — Profesor Asociado, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain)

33.    Roberto Bettoja — Farmer/businessman (Italy)

34.    Jo Bishop — Senior lecturer, Youth Work, Leeds (UK)

35.    Luiza Bittencourt — Researcher, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Niterói, RJ (Brazil)

36.    Alf Björnberg — Professor of Musicology, University of Gothenburg (Sweden)

37.    Rob van der Bliek — Music Librarian and Professor, York University, Toronto (Canada)

38.    Roberto Bolelli — Musician, Independent scholar, Bologna (Italy)

39.    Jochen Bonz — Assistant Professor, Department of History and European Ethnography,
University of Innsbruck (Austria)

40.    Georgina Born — Professor of Music and Anthropology, University of Oxford (UK)

41.    Elena Boschi — Lecturer in Visual Communication, Department of Media and Communication, Liverpool Hope University (UK)

42.    Giacomo Bottà — Adjunct Professor, University of Helsinki (Finland)

43.    Sandria P. Bouliane — Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Musicologist (Post-doctoral Fellow), McGill University, Montreal (Canada)

44.    Rob Bowman — Associate Professor of Music, York University, Toronto (Canada)

45.    Nick Braae — PhD Student, University of Waikato, Hamilton (New Zealand)

46.    David Brackett — Associate Professor, Schulich School of Music, McGill University,
Montréal (Canada)

47.    Matt Brennan — Chancellor’s Fellow, University of Edinburgh (UK)

48.    Diego Brotas — PhD Candidate, Universidade Federal Fluminense – UFF, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

49.    Johannes Brusila —Profsssor, Musicology, Åbo Akademi University, Turku (Finland)

50.    Claudio Buja — Presidente, Universal Music Publishing Ricordi (Italy)

51.    Michael Bull — Professor of Sound Studies and Head of Media, Cultural Studies and
Journalism, University of Sussex (UK)

52.    Mark J. Butler — Associate Professor of Music Theory and Cognition, Northwestern University (USA)

53.    Luciano Camara — Musician/ Student, UNIRIO, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

54.    Vincenzo Cambria — Professore di Etnomusicologia, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

55.    Massimiliano Cariso — Freelance architect, London (UK)

56.    Paul Carr — Reader in Popular Music Analysis, University of South Wales, Cardiff (UK)

57.    Alessandro Carrera — Professor, Director of Italian Studies, University of Houston, Texas (USA)

58.    Gabriella Cartago — Dipartimento di Scienze della Mediazione Linguistica e di Studi
Interculturali, Università degli Studi di Milano (Italy)

59.    David Cashman — Senior Lecturer, Central Queensland University, Mackay (Australia)

60.    Giordano Casiraghi — Journalist, Milano (Italy)

61.    José Cláudio S. Castanheira — Professor, UFSC, Florianopolis (Brazil)

62.    Paolo Cattaneo — Professore a contratto di Semiotica della musica e Tecniche riabilitative, Università di Milano, Milano (Italy)

63.    Naila Ceribasic — Research Advisor, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, Zagreb;
Associate Professor, Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, University of Zagreb (Croatia)

64.    Luca Chiantore — Director de Musikeon: Profesor de Musicología en la Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya, Barcelona (Spain)

65.    Gianluigi Chiodaroli — Presidente di itsright (Italy)

66.    Evangelos Chrysagis — PhD student, University of Edinburgh, Scotland (UK)

67.    Martin Cloonan — Professor of Popular Music Politics, University of Glasgow (UK)

68.    Sara Cohen — Professor of Music, University of Liverpool (UK)

69.    Marcelo Bergamin Conter — PhD Candidate, UFRGS, Canoas (Brazil)

70.    Jacopo Conti — Cultore della materia, Università degli Studi di Torino, (Italy)

71.    Maurizio Corbella — Assegnista di ricerca, Dipartimento di Beni culturali e ambientali,
Università degli Studi di Milano (Italy)

72.    Rogério Costa — Professor/Doutorando, Rede de Pesquisadores em Comunicação e Música – REDE MUSICOM, São Luis – MA (Brazil).

73.    Francisco Cruces Villalobos — Director del Departamento de Antropología Social y Cultural de la Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED) (Spain)

74.    Eugene Dairianathan — Associate Professor, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

75.    Lindelwa Dalamba — Lecturer, Wits School of Arts, Music Division, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (South Africa)

76.    Rossana Dalmonte — Università di Trento; Istituto Liszt, Bologna (Italy)

77.    Francesco D’Amato — Ricercatore confermato, Università di Roma La Sapienza (Italy)

78.    Bob Davis — Reader in Music, Leeds Metropolitan University (UK)

79.    Enrico De Angelis — Giornalista; Responsabile artistico del Club Tenco, Sanremo (Italy)

80.    Paola Delfino — PhD student, University of Strasbourg, Strasbourg (France)

81.    Carlos Eduardo Dias — Doctoral Student, PPGOM-UFPE, Recife (Brazil)

82.    Davi Donato —Substitute Professor of Music Technology, UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

83.    Michael Drewett — Associate Professor (Sociology, Popular Music and Politics, Cultural Studies, etc.), Rhodes University, Grahamstown (South Africa)

84.    Marc Duby — Research Professor in Musicology, University of South Africa, Pretoria
(South Africa)

85.    Mark Duffett — Senior Lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies, University of Chester (UK)

86.    Linda Duits — Researcher, Utrecht University, Amsterdam (Netherlands)

87.    Jonathan Eato — Lecturer in music, University of York (UK)

88.    William Echard — Associate Professor, Carleton University, Ottawa (Canada)

89.    Richard Elliott — Lecturer in Popular Music, University of Sussex, Brighton (UK)

90.    Salwa El-shawan Castelo-branco — Professor of Ethnomusicology, Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal); President of the ICTM / International Council for Traditional Music

91.    Veit Erlmann — Endowed Chair of Music History, Professor of Ethnomusicology and
Anthropology, Butler School of Music, University of Texas at Austin (USA)

92.    Ayhan Erol — Professor, Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir (Turkey)

93.    Lucio Esposito — Senior Lecturer in Development Economics, University of East Anglia (UK)

94.    Simone Evangelista — Student, Federal Fluminense University, Niterói, RJ (Brazil)

95.    Xaime Fandiño — Profesor Titular de Universidad, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela (USC), Santiago de Compostela; Coordinador del equipo de investigación CANAL CAMPUS (Spain)

96.    Maria Fantinato Géo de Siqueira — Student, UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

97.    Ferdinando Fasce —Professore ordinario di Storia Contemporanea, Università di Genova (Italy)

98.    Steven Feld — Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and Music, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque NM (USA)

99.    Carl Flattery — Principal Lecturer, Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds (UK)

100. Golo Föllmer — Juniorprofessor for Audio Culture, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg (Germany)

101. Marita Fornaro Bordolli — Coordinadora, Departamento de Musicología/Centro de Investigación en Artes Musicales y Escénicas del Litoral Noroeste, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); Secretaria IASPM-AL (América Latina)

102. Hector Fouce — Professor, Universidad Complutense, Madrid (Spain)

103. Teresa Fraile Prieto — Profesora Contratada Doctora, Área de Expresión Musical de la Facultad de Formación del Profesorado, Universidad de Extremadura, Cáceres (Spain)

104. Simon Frith — Tovey Professor of Music, University of Edinburgh (UK)

105. Sareen Galbraith — Senior Lecturer, Leeds Metropolitan University (UK)

106. David Ganc — PhD Student, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO), Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

107. María Inés García — Professor, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Mendoza (Argentina)

108. Diego García Peinazo — PhD Student in Musicology, University of Oviedo (Spain)

109. Marta García Quiñones — Doctoranda en Filosofía, Universidad de Barcelona (Spain);
miembro de IASPM España

110. Cristoforo Garigliano — Tutor in Italian folk music, Italian language and culture, Italian Institute of Culture, Sydney (Australia) f

111. Simone Garino — Musician and independent researcher, Torino (Italy)

112. Reebee Garofalo — Professor of Community Media and Technology, University of
Massachusetts, Boston (USA)

113. Maria Luisa de la Garza — Investigadora titular, UNICACH, San Cristóbal de Las Casas (México)

114. Débora Gauziski de Figueredo Buenodeb — PhD student, UERJ, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

115. Ali C. Gedik — Lecturer, Department of Musicology, Dokuz Eylul University (Turkey)

116. Emilio Ghezzi — Compositore, Docente di Composizione e ex Direttore, Conservatorio di Musica A. Boito, Parma (Italy)

117. Alfonso Gianni — Direttore, Fondazione Cercare Ancora (Italy)

118. Jelena Gligorijevic — PhD Student/Teacher (Popular Music Studies and Ethnomusicology), Turku University, Turku (Finland).

119. Line Grenier — Professeure Agrégée, Département de Communication, Université de Montréal (Canada)

120. Dai Griffiths — Senior Lecturer in Music, Oxford Brookes University (UK)

121. Matt Grimes — Senior Lecturer in Music Industries and Radio, Birmingham City University (UK)

122. Nils Grosch — Professor, FB Kunst-, Musik- und Tanzwissenschaft, Universität Salzburg
(Austria)

123. Martin Hatch — Graduate School Professor, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (USA)

124. Stan Hawkins — Professor of Popular Music and Head of Research, Department of Musicology, University of Oslo (Norway)

125. Yrjö Heinonen — Senior Lecturer in Musicology, University of Turku (Finland)

126. Antoine Hennion — Directeur de Recherche au Centre de Sociologie de l’Innovation,
MINES-Paris Tech (France)

127. Nathan Hesselink — Professor of Ethnomusicology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver (Canada)

128. Markus Heuger — Musicologist, Universität zu Köln (Germany)

129. Sarah Hill— Lecturer in Music; Co-ordinating Editor, Popular Music, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales (UK)

130. Nick Hobbs — Concert promoter, musician, IASPM Turkey, Istanbul (Turkey)

131. Fabian Holt — Associate Professor, Department of Communication, Business and Information Technologies, University of Roskilde (Denmark)

132. Ariane Holzbach — Professor, Faculdades Integradas Helio Alonso, Niteroi, RJ (Brazil)

133. Shane Homan — Associate Professor, Monash University, Melbourne (Australia)

134. David Horn — Senior Fellow, School of Music, University of Liverpool (UK)

135. Dennis Howard — Adjunct Lecturer, University of the West Indies, Kingston (Jamaica)

136. Elina Hytönen-Ng — Post-doctoral researcher, University of Eastern Finland (Finland)

137. Iván Iglesias — Profesor Ayudante Doctor, University of Valladolid (Spain)

138. Ian Inglis —Visiting Fellow, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne (UK)

139. Christoph Jacke —Professor of Theory, Aesthetics and History of Popular Music, Programme Leader Popular Music and Media, Dept. of Music/Faculty of Humanities and Arts, Paderborn (Germany)

140. Martin James — Professor of Music Industries, Southampton Solent University (UK)

141. Helmi Järviluoma-Mäkelä — Professor of Cultural Studies, University of Eastern Finland
(Finland)

142. Bruce Johnson — Professor of Contemporary Music, Macquarie University, Sydney (Australia); Visiting Professor, Cultural History, University of Turku (Finland); Honorary Professor, Music, University of Glasgow (UK)

143. Mike Jones — Programme Director, Music Industry Studies, University of Liverpool (UK)

144. Steve Jones — Distinguished Professor of Communication, University of Illinois at Chicago (USA)

145. Laura Jordán González —PhD Student in Musicology, Université Laval, Québec (Canada)

146. Olivier Julien — Lecturer in Popular Music, Paris-Sorbonne University, Paris (France)

147. Keith Kahn-Harris — Lecturer, Birkbeck College (London)

148. Marc Kaiser — Maître de conférences en Sciences de l’Information et de la Communication, Université Paris 8 (France)

149. Juho Kaitajärvi-Tiekso — PhD candidate, University of Tampere, Helsinki (Finland)

150. Antti-Ville Kärjä — Academy Research Fellow, Finnish Jazz & Pop Archive JAPA, Helsinki (Finland)

151. Kimi Kärki — Coordinator, Cultural History/University of Turku, Turku (Finland)

152. Jakub Kasperski — Assistant Professor, A. Mickiewicz University, Poznan (Poland)

153. Anahid Kassabian — James and Constance Alsop Chair of Music, University of Liverpool, Liverpool (UK)

154. Heinz-Peter Katlewski — Journalist, free lance, Bergisch Gladbach (Germany)

155. Robert Kenna — Musician/Honours degree in music and philosophy, IASPM, Northampton (UK)

156. Paul Kiddy — Graduate Researcher, University of Liverpool (UK)

157. Kaarina Kilpiö — Coordinator, researcher, Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts, Helsinki (Finland)

158. Jeroen de Kloet — Professor, Globalisation Studies, University of Amsterdam, (Netherlands)

159. Melle Jan Kromhout — PhD candidate, Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis, University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)

160. Simone Krueger —Programme Leader Popular Music Studies, Liverpool John Moores University (UK)

161. Amparo Lasén — Profesora Titular de la Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociología, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain)

162. Lorenzo Leddi — Musician, Milano (Italy)

163. Philippe Le Guern — Professeur en Sciences de la Communication, Centre Atlantique de
Philosophie, Université de Nantes; Chercheur Associé au CRAL-EHESS (France)

164. Claire Levy — Professor of Music, Institute of Art Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
(Bulgaria)

165. Natalie Lewandowski — Sessional Academic, UNSW & Macquarie University, Sydney (Australia)

166. Isabel LLano — PhD candidate, Uni. Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona (Spain)

167. Luca Lombardi — Compositore (Italy)

168. David Looseley — Emeritus Professor of Contemporary French Culture; Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes Académiques (France), University of Leeds (UK)

169. Lidia López — PhD Researcher, UAB, Autonomous Univerity of Barcelona (Spain)

170. María Inés López — Docente/investigadora, Secretaria de investigación y posgrado del Instituto Superior de Música de la Universidad Nacional del Litiral, Santa Fe (Argentina)

171. Rubén López Cano — Profesor Titular, Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya (Spain)

172. Zósimo López Pena — Phd Candidate, University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain)

173. Max Loppert — Freelance Music critic, Pieve di Soligo (Italy)

174. Vanna Lovato — Freelance journalist (Italy)

175. Simone Luci Pereira — Professora e Pesquisadora, UNIP, São Paulo/SP (Brazil)

176. Heitor da Luz Silva — Teacher, UNIFOA, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

177. Erica Magi — Ph.D student, University of Sao Paulo (USP), São Paulo (Brazil)

178. Alessandra Maia — Doutoranda, PPGCOM/UERJ, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

179. Giuseppina Maneri — Teacher, Liceo Classico E.Q. Visconti, Rome (Italy)

180. Áine R. Mangaoang — Visiting Lecturer in Popular Music, Iceland Academy of Arts, PhD candidate, Institute of Popular Music, University of Liverpool (Iceland/UK)

181. Giacomo Manzoni — Compositore (Italy)

182. Isabelle Marc — Profesora acreditada a Titular, Departamento de Francés, Universidad
Complutense de Madrid (Spain); Leverhulme Visiting Fellow, University of Leeds (UK)

183. Luca Marconi — Docente di Storia della popular music, Conservatorio di Pescara, Bologna (Italy)

184. Gabriele Marino — Dottorando in Semiotica, Università di Torino (Italy)

185. Hazel Marsh — Lecturer in Spanish, University of East Anglia, Cambridge (UK)

186. Lee Marshall — Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of Bristol (UK)

187. Dario Martinelli — Full Professor of Musicology, Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania); Adjunct Professor of Musicology and Semiotics, University of Helsinki; Adjunct Professor of Semiotics and Communication Studies, University of Lapland (Finland)

188. Sílvia Martínez Garcia — Professora, Departament de Musicologia, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Professora, Departament de Musicologia, Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya (Spain)

189. Tobias Marx — Ph.D. student, IfM Kassel, Weimar (Germany)

190. Enzo Mazza — Presidente FIMI / Federazione Industria Musicale Italiana (Italy)

191. Chris McDonald— Assistant Professor, Cape Breton University, Sydney, Nova Scotia
(Canada)

192. James, McGrath — Part time lecturer/researcher/journalist, Leeds Metropolitan University (UK)

193. Albert Meijer — Project Officer, Creative Europe, EACEA, Brussels (Belgium)

194. Regina Maria Meirelles Santos — Associate Professor, Music School, Rio de Janeiro Federal University (Brazil)

195. Lauro Meller — Professor, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Natal (Brazil)

196. Julio Mendívil — Director, Centre for World Music, Stiftung Universität, Hildesheim
(Germany)

197. Morten Michelsen — Senior Lecturer in Music and Cultural Studies, University of
Copenhagen (Denmark)

198. Richard Middleton — Emeritus Professor of Music, Newcastle University; Fellow of the British Academy (UK)

199. Sue Miller — Senior Lecturer in Music, Head of the BA in Popular Music, Anglia Ruskin
University, Cambridge (UK)

200. Franco Minganti — Professore associato di letteratura americana, University of Bologna, Bologna (Italy)

201. Tony Mitchell — Research Associate, University of Technology, Sydney (Australia)

202. Tory Mitsui — Professor of English, University of Kanazawa (Japan)

203. Augusta Molinari — Professore Ordinario di Storia Contemporanea, Università di Genova
(Italy)

204. Ed Montano — Lecturer, RMIT University, Melbourne (Australia)

205. Giordano Montecchi — Docente di Musicologia, Conservatorio di Musica A. Boito, Parma (Italy)

206. Allan Moore — Professor of Popular Music and Head of Music, University of Surrey (UK)

207. Justin Morey —Senior Lecturer, Leeds Metropolitan University (UK)

208. Rajko Muršič — Professor, President of the Research Board of the Science Research Institute at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)

209. Lutgard Mutsaers — Independent scholar; Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (Netherlands)

210. Carlo Nardi — Research Associate, Rhodes University (Grahamstown, South Africa), Trento (Italy)

211. Jean-Jacques Nattiez — Professeur Titulaire en Musicologie, Université de Montréal (Canada); Officier de l’Ordre du Canada; Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres de la République Française (France)

212. Alvaro Neder —Professor/Dr., Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (unirio) (Brazil)

213. Keith Negus —Professor of Musicology, Goldsmiths, University of London (UK)

214. André Nuchelmans — Member of Staff / Editor, Boekman Foundation, Study centre for arts, culture and related policies, Amsterdam (Netherlands)

215. Wander Nunes Frota —Professor, Universidade Federal do Piaui (UFPI), Teresina (Brazil)

216. Patrick O’Donnell — Postgrad Student, University College Cork, Cork (Ireland)

217. Kathryn Olsen — Dr., University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban (South Africa)

218. Daragh O’Reilly — Senior Lecturer, University of Sheffield (UK)

219. Carol Osborne — Senior Lecturer, Department of Sport, Leisure and Culture, Leeds Metropolitan University, (UK).

220. Deborah Pacini Hernandez — Professor, Tufts University, Medford (USA)

221. Salvatore Panu — Curatore dell’archivio storico del Canzoniere delle Lame, Bologna (Italy)

222. Jens Gerrit Papenburg — Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Institut für Musikwissenschaft und Medienwissenschaft, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Germany)

223. Graciela Paraskevaídis — Composer and Professor, Escuela Universitaria de Música,
Universidad de la República (Uruguay)

224. Ramón Pelinski — Professeur Titulaire, Faculté de musique, Université de Montréal
(Canada)

225. Simone Pereira — Professor, Media Studies Dep./Federal Fluminense University, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

226. Simone Pereira de Sá — Professor, Media Studies Dep./Federal Fluminense University,
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

227. Glaucia Peres da Silva — Assistant Professor in Sociology, University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany)

228. Vincenzo Perna — Giornalista; Segretario IASPM Italia

229. Renato Pernett — Freelance Musician (Colombia)

230. Luigi Pestalozza — Direttore di Musica/Realtà (Italy)

231. Maria do Rosário Pestana — Senior Lecturer, University of Aveiro (Portugal)

232. Giorgio Pestelli — Professore Emerito, Università di Torino (Italy)

233. Marcelo Pinto — PhD Student, Universidade de São Paulo (Brazil)

234. Cesare Picco — Musician, Milano (Italy)

235. Christophe Pirenne — Professeur-Directeur, Politiques de la Culture et de la Production
Culturelle, Université de Liège; Professeur, Université de Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium)

236. Goffredo Plastino — Reader in Ethnomusicology, Newcastle University (UK); Association for Cultural Equity / Alan Lomax Archives, New York (USA); Chair of IASPM / International Association for the Study of Popular Music

237. Niels, van Poecke —Lecturer/PhD Candidate, Erasmus University Rotterdam (Netherlands)

238. Beatriz Polivanov — Post-doc Researcher, Fluminense Federal University, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

239. Alessandro Portelli — Full Professor (retired), Università La Sapienza, Roma (Italy)

240. Egidio Pozzi — Università degli Studi della Calabria; Presidente Gruppo Analisi e Teoria
Musicale (GATM) (Italy)

241. Paolo Prato — Musicologo, docente, Pontificia Università Gregoriana, Roma (Italy)

242. Dave Procter — Senior Lecturer Music Technology and Production, Leeds Metropolitan University (UK)

243. Céline Pruvost — Agrégée auteure d’une thèse sur la chanson italienne, Université Paris Sorbonne (France)

244. Tobias Queiroz — Msc Professor, UERN, Mossoró/RN (Brazil)

245. Márcia Ramos de Oliveira — Professora Universitaria, UDESC, Florianópolis (Brazil)

246. Janne Rantala — Ph.D. Candidate, University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu/ Maputo (Finland/ Mozambique)

247. Paul Ratcliff — Principal Lecturer, Leeds Metropolitan University (UK)

248. Tarja Rautiainen-Keskustalo — Professor of Music studies, University of Tampere
(Finland)

249. Helen Reddington — Senior Lecturer in Songwriting and Production, University of East London, London (UK)

250. Carlos Regueira — PhD student / adjunct teacher, University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain)

251. Motti Regev — Professor of Sociology and Cultural Studies, The Open University of Israel, Tel Aviv (Israel)

252. Jernej Rejc — Student, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)

253. François Ribac —Composer, Maitre de conférences, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon (France)

254. Hillegonda Rietveld — Reader and Course Director, Music and Sonic Media, Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences, London South Bank University (UK)

255. Stephen Robson — Senior Lecturer, Leeds Metropolitan University (UK)

256. Maurilio Rocha — Associate Prof., Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte
(Brazil)

257. Jim Rogers — Dr., Dublin City University (Ireland)

258. Robin Rolfhamre — PhD candidate, University of Agder, Kristiansand (Norway)

259. Maria do Rosário Pestana —Senior Lecturer, University of Aveiro (Portugal)

260. Marina Rovera — Journalist, Milano (Italy)

261. Tiago Rubini — Masters Student, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora (Brazil)

262. Catherine Rudent — Maître de conférences à l’UFR de musique et musicologie, Paris-Sorbonne (France)

263. Honey Salvadori — Lecturer, Leeds Metropolitan University (UK)

264. Guillaume Samson — Chargé de l’observation, PRMA de La Réunion, Saint Denis, La Réunion (France)

265. Ramon Sanjuan — Harmony and Analysis teacher/Ph D student, Conservatory of Music of Alicante / Polytechnic University of Valencia, Elche (Spain)

266. Cíntia Sanmartin Fernandes — Professora, pesquisadora, UERJ, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

267. Gaetano Santangelo — Direttore Responsabile Amadeus Paragon s.r.l., Milano (Italy)

268. Melina Santos — PhD Student, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Niterói, RJ (Brazil)

269. Adriana Santos Melgarejo — Asesora Musicóloga del Consejo Directivo del SODRE/Docente Esucela Universitaria de Música – Udelar, SODRE (Servicio Oficial de Radiodifusión y Espectáculos) y Udelar (Universidad de la República), Montevideo, Uruguay, .

270. Nicola Scaldaferri — Ricercatore, Dipartimento di Beni culturali e ambientali, Università degli Studi di Milano (Italy)

271. Joshua Schmidt — Anthropologist/researcher, Ben Gurion University of the Negev (Israel)

272. Derek B Scott — Professor of Critical Musicology, University of Leeds (UK)

273. Aline Scott-Maxwell —Senior Asian Studies Librarian and ethnomusicologist, Monash University, Melbourne (Australia)

274. Oliver Seibt — Interim Professor of Ethnomusicology, General Secretary IASPM-D-A-CH, Goethe University, Frankfurt (Germany)

275. Edwin Seroussi — Head, Department of Musicology / Director, Jewish Music Research Centre, Edmond J. Safra Campus, Givat Ram, Jerusalem (Israel)

276. Hyunjoon Shin — Research Professor, Institute for East Asian Studies, Sungkonghoe University, Seoul (South Korea)

277. Roy Shuker — Adjunct Professor, Victoria University, Wellington (New Zealand)

278. David Shumway — Professor of English, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh (USA)

279. Massimo Simonini — Direzione Artistica, AngelicA / Festival Internazionale di Musica,
Bologna (Italy)

280. Gareth Smith — Senior Lecturer in Popular Music, Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, London (England)

281. Henrik Smith-Sivertsen — Ph.D., Research librarian, Royal Library of Copenhagen
(Denmark)

282. Thiago Soares — Professor and Researcher, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Recife (Brazil)

283. Marcello Sorce Keller — Assoziierter Forscher, Institut für Musikwissenschaft,
Universität Bern (Switzerland)

284. Christian Spencer — PhD Candidate in Ethnomusicology, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain) / Universidad Nova de Lisboa (Portugal)

285. Marco Spiccio— Physician and pianist, Genova (Italy)

286. Karl Spracklen, Professor of Leisure Studies, Leeds Metropolitan University (UK)

287. Graham St John — Adjunct Research Fellow, Griffith University, Brisbane (Australia)

288. Geoff Stahl — Senior Lecturer, Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand)

289. Matt Stahl — Associate Professor, University of Western Ontario, London (Canada)

290. Gino Stefani — Professore, musicista, musicologo, semiologo, insegnante, animatore, compositore, filosofo, direttore del revista MusicArTerapia/Globalità dei Linguaggi, Roma (Italy)

291. Yngvar B. Steinholt — Associate Professor of Russian Culture and Literature, University of Tromsø (Norway)

292. Jonathan Sterne —Professor, Department of Art History and Communication Studies, McGill University, Montréal (Canada)

293. Ola Stockfelt — Professor, Musicology, Music and Moving Images, Department of Cultural Sciences, University of Göteborg (Sweden)

294. John Street — Professor of Politics, University of East Anglia, Norwich (UK)

295. Matthew Sumera — Lecturer, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis (USA)

296. Tom Sykes — Lecturer in Music, University of Salford; Popular music programme leader at the City of Liverpool College (UK).

297. Anna Szemere — University Lecturer and Independent.Scholar, Portlaand, Oregon (USA)

298. Philip Tagg —Visiting Professor, Department of Music & Music Technology, University of
Huddersfield (UK); Visiting Professor, School of Arts and Media, University of Salford (UK); Professeur Titulaire, Faculté de Musique, Université de Montréal (Canada); founder of IASPM / International Association for the Study of Popular Music

299. Timothy D Taylor — Professor, Departments of Ethnomusicology and Musicology, UCLA; Director, UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive (USA)

300. Paul Théberge — Professor, School for Studies in Art and Culture (Music), Carleton University, Ottawa, (Canada)

301. Alice Tomaz de Carvalho — M.Sc. Communications, Projet Pro-Consigne Québec, Montréal (Canada)

302. Rodrigo Torres — Profesor asociado, Universidad de Chile, Santiago (Chile)

303. Felipe Trotta — Professor, Departamento de Estudos Culturais e Mídia, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

304. Lee Tucker — Senior Lecturer, Leeds Metropolitan University (UK)

305. Heikki Uimonen — Professor of Popular Music Research, Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki, Seinäjoki (Finland)

306. Martha Tupinambá de Ulhôa — Professor of Musicology, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

307. Angelo Valori — Compositore, Scuola di Popular Music, Conservatorio di Musica Luisa D’Annunzio, Pescara (Italy)

308. Simone Varriale — PhD student in Sociology, University of Warwick, Coventry (UK)

309. Tiago Velasco — Researcher/Teacher, PUC-Rio, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

310. Begoña Velasco Arnaldo — Researcher PhD, Universidad Oviedo (Spain)

311. Marcela Velon — Student, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

312. Monica Vermes — Professor, Universidade federal do Espirito Santo – UFES, Vitoria (Brazil)

313. Eduardo Viñuela — Professor Ayudante, Departamento de Historia del Arte y Musicologia,
Universidad de Oviedo; Chair of IASPM España (Spain)

314. Patrizio Visco — Avvocato, Milano (Italy)

315. Stephen Wagg — Professor, Leeds Metropolitan University (UK)

316. Steve Waksman — Professor of Music and American Studies, Smith College (USA)

317. Jeremy Wallach — Associate Professor, Bowling Green State University (USA)

318. Simon Warner — Lecturer in Popular Music Studies, University of Leeds (UK)

319. Emma Webster — Honorary Research Fellow, Oxford Brookes University (UK)

320. Donna Weston — Senior Lecturer in Popular Music, Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University, Wellington Point (Australia)

321. John Whiteoak — Dr., Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, School of Music, Monash University, Melbourne (Australia)

322. Peter Wicke — Director, Centre for Popular Music Research, Department of Music and Media Studies, Humboldt University Berlin (Germany)

323. David-Emil Wickström — Degree Program Administrator, Popakademie Baden-Württemberg, University of Popular Music and Music Business (Germany)

324. Paul Widdop — Research Fellow, Institute for Social Change, Manchester (UK)

325. Timothy Wise — Senior Lecturer, School of Media, Music and Performance, University of
Salford (UK)

326. Nathan Wiseman-Trowse — Associate Professor in Popular Music, The University of Northampton (UK)

327. Richard Witts — Reader in Music and Sound, Edge Hill University, Ormskirk (UK)

328. Simon Zagorski-Thomas —Reader in Music, London College of Music, University of
West London (UK)

329. Kalina Zahova — Assistant Professor, Institute for Literature, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia (Bulgaria)

330. Hans T. Zeiner-Henriksen — Associate professor, Department of Musicology, University of Oslo (Norway)

331. Stefano Zorzanello — Soundscape Research Group onlus, Catania (Italy)

332. Marcello Zuffa — Composer and Teacher, Istituto Musicale Peri, Reggio Emilia (Italy)

333. Koos Zwaan — Associate Professor of Media, Culture and Citizenship, Inholland University of Applied Sciences, Haarlem (Netherlands)

 

 

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  1. Mi scuso per intervenire tra i primi, ma ho appena concluso una conversazione con un collega su un argomento identico, sebbene settore diverso. Purtroppo è così: questi cosiddetti concorsi locali, aperti o meno, sono banditi in funzione di un parametraggio complicato, dove rientra anche il, diciamo, ‘peso didattico’. Tra mille altri criteri, complicabili o gerachizzabili ad arte. Il dipartimento stila una graduatoria o lista di attesa, dal momento che di solito non è possibile bandire insieme tutti i concorsi. Se la prima tornata è più o meno garantita, non si può sapere cosa succederà con le successive, che tra l’altro si sovrapporranno agli esiti della prossima abilitazione. E posso aggiungere che individualmente a nessuno interessa – sebbene l’istituzione in sé e i suoi dirigenti dovrebbero tenerlo presente – cosa succede al collega abilitato; ognuno cerca di promuovere se stesso. Era prevedibile che questa giungla potesse svilupparsi e che questo appesantisse (avvelenasse) ancor di più l’atmosfera. Ma come diceva Fantoni pilatescamente: la cosa non riguarda più l’Anvur; loro hanno fatto ciò che il ministero voleva, che colpa hanno delle conseguenze? Che uno ci rimetta la possibilità di migliorare la propria carriera e di continuare ad operare all’interno dell’istituzione? Cosa interessa al prof. Fantoni, al Miur? Però dovrebbe interessare l’istituzione di appartenenza. Auguri!

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