Institute 13 Ethnomusicology

Ethnomusicology is the study of the performance – music, dance and theatre – of the people of the world in its social and cultural contexts. Ethnomusicologists primarily employ ethnographic methods, whether their analytical focus is on performance details or on cultural contexts and social meanings. A dynamic discipline, ethnomusicology is persistently expanding, developing new ideas and practices. (more)

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New janggus joined our institute!

The five Korean drums arrived from Seoul and will be used for teaching.

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Gender, Music, and Islam in Iran (Dr. Ameneh Youssefzadeh)

November 03, 2021, 17:00 (Online)

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Continuity in change - Reflections on Tradition, Transmission, and Dance (Dr. Mats Nilsson)

December 01, 2021, 14:00 - Reiterkaserne / Room 150

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Kendra Stepputat elected as ICTM Executive Board Member

The new Executive Board was announced during the 45th ICTM General Assembly

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Honourable Mention in the 2021 ICTM Best Book Prize

The award was granted to Sarah Weiss's book "Ritual Soundings: Women Performers and World Religions"

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Rethinking Musical Mode

A Symposium hosted by the Institute for Ethnomusicology at Kunstuniversität Graz (November 11-12, 2021)

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New Pre-doc position Announcement

The Institute for Ethnomusicology at KunstUniversität, Graz announces a three-year, pre-doc, University Assistant position (75%)

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KUG Institute 13 - Institute for Ethnomusicology Prizes for the Best BA and Best MA Theses in Ethnomusicology

Awarded for the first time in 2021: Prizes for the most distinguished BA and MA theses on a topic in ethnomusicology or related disciplines

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The KUG Institute 13 Prize for Best MA Thesis in Ethnomusicology

June 2021

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