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Sonic Ecologies of Urban Segregation: Mapping the Soundscape of Serbian Religious Nationalism, Conferência por Srđan Atanasovski

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The case study which I will discuss in detail is the street rally held in Belgrade on 10th of December 2012 and organized under the slogan “Never a Border – Kosovo is Serbia“. I will particularly investigate sonic and performative ‘technologies of segregation’ – namely, the use of sound/music, performative and gestural acts, behavioural patterns, etc., aiming to create a symbolic border between the participants of the rally and ‘the Other’, understood both as a distant and an immediate adversary. I will show how these practices can produce parallel, virtually segregated communities and how they articulate and ingrain the idea of ‘the Other’ – ‘the enemy‘ – in the urban fabric itself.

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Quando 2014-10-29
de 18:00 até 20:00
Onde Lisboa
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Sonic Ecologies of Urban Segregation: Mapping the Soundscape of Serbian Religious Nationalism

Conferência por

Srđan Atanasovski (Institute of Musicology SASA, Belgrade)

Quarta-feira, 29 de Outubro de 2014 | 18h00 Torre B, Sala 413 (4o andar)

Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, UNL Av. de Berna, 26. Lisboa. 

 

 

Srđan Atanasovski (1983, Kumanovo, Macedonia) graduated on the Department of Musicology of the Faculty of Music in Belgrade in 2009, where he is currently a PhD student of musicology and is working on dissertation entitled “Music Practices and Production of the National Territory”. Atanasovski was awarded by the National Office of the President of the Republic for academic achievement and social engagement in 2009, as well as with scholarship of the Austrian Agency for International Cooperation and scholarship of Coimbra Group and the University of Graz, both in the academic year 2010/11. He has published his papers in journals Musicologica Austriaca, Musicology, Musicological Annual and TheMA. From 2011 he works at the Institute of Musicology SASA as a research assistant. He is also engaged as the coordinator of the Forum of the Institute of Musicology SASA and research fellow at the international project “City Sonic Ecology: Urban Soundscapes of Bern, Ljubljana, and Belgrade”, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation.