Music and Migration
Music and migration are substantially interdependent. Music itself is mobile: as an art form, as a commodity, on data storage devices, as the knowledge and skills of migrating musicians and as an anchor of memory for people with migration experiences. This handbook presents the theoretical and methodological foundations of the research field of music and migration and explores their potential for future projects.
A Theory and Method Handbook
Music and Migration, Volume 3
Waxmann, Münster, 2023
The interest in the interrelationship between art and migration phenomena, which has long existed in the disciplines of cultural and art studies, has been rekindled and inspired by current refugee movements.
An international collective of 24 authors has compiled two basic works in German and English. The basic works are intended to provide a solid basis for future artistic and scientific research in the fields of music and migration and to inspire new undertakings.
With contributions by:
Ruard Absaroka, Philip V. Bohlman, Sandra Chatterjee, Ricarda Drüeke, Magnus Gaul, M. J. Grant, Wolfgang Gratzer, Katarzyna Grebosz-Haring, Nils Grosch, Elisabeth Klaus, Anna Langenbruch, Anna Papaeti, Ulrike Präger, Matthias Pasdzierny, Michael Parzer, André de Quadros, Christina Richter-Ibáñez, Susanne Scheiblhofer, Carolin Stahrenberg