Hoş Geldiniz, Misafir . Oturum Aç . English
Neredeyim: Ninova / Dersler / Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü / MYL 507E / Dersin Haftalık Planı

Dersin Haftalık Planı

Hafta Konu
1 Week One, February 11
Class overview, syllabus, and readings.
Student & instructor backgrounds.
Course assignments and expectations.

1) Kunst, “Ethnomusicology”
2) Martinellii, “Melting Musics, Fusing Sounds: Stumpf, Hornbostel, and Comparative Musicology in Berlin.”
3) Racy, “Historical Worldviews of Early Ethnomusicologists: An East-West Encounter”
4) Merriam, “Definitions of ‘Comparative Musicology’ and ‘Ethnomusicology’: An Historical-Theoretical Perspective.”
2 Week Two, February 17
Comparative musicology and early ethnomusicology.
Musicologists, ethnomusicologists, colonial influences.
Comparative method, and ethnographic description.

1) Nettl, “Paradigms in the History of Ethnomusicology.”
2) Gourlay, “Towards a Reassessment of the Ethnomusicologist’s Role in Research.”
3 Week Three, February 24
Trends in Ethnomusicology up to 1980. Models of Ethnomusicology.
Refutation of history. Fieldwork & participant-observation.

1) Stone, Ruth. Let the Inside Be Sweet, Chapters 1-3.
2) Feld, Steven. “Sound Structure as Social Structure.”
4 Week Four, March 2
Music as event, experience. Roots of phenomenological approaches in Ethnomusicology. Roots of sound studies. Influences from sociology.

1) Anderson, “The Origins of National Consciousness”
2) Hobsbawn, Eric. “Introduction: Inventing Traditions.”
3) Hobsbawn, “Mass Producing Traditions: Europe 1870-1914”
or Ranger, Terence. “The Invention of Tradition in Colonial Africa.”
5 Week Five, March 9
Influences of political science and philosopy on ethnomusicological theory.
Prelude to emerging critical and post-colonial theories in ethnomusicology.

1) Rice, “Toward the Remodeling of Ethnomusicology”
2) Appadurai, “Disjuncture and Difference in the Global Cultural Economy”
3) Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, “Theorizing Heritage”
6 Week Six
Ethnomusicology’s existential identity crisis continued. Remodeling.
Anthropology, post-colonial approaches to globalization & music.

1) Lysloff, “Mozart in Mirrorshades: Ethnomusicology, Technology, and the Politics of Representation.”
2) Shafer, “Music, the Soundscape, and Changing Perceptions.”
3) Turino, “Signs of Imagination, Identity, and Experience: A Peircian Semiotic Theory for Music.
7 Week Seven
Symbolic anthropology, semiotics, hermeneutics.
Sound studies.

1) Feld, “Acoustemology.”
2) Feld, “A Rainforest Acoustemology.”
3) Clayton, “Towards an Ethnomusicology of Sound Experience.”
8 Week Eight - Spring Break
9 Week Nine
Hearing as knowing. Sound experience. Phenomenology in ethnomusicology.

1) Fargion, Janet Topp. “For My Own Research Purposes?: Examining Ethnomusicology Field Methods for Sustainable Music.”
2) Titon, Jeff Todd. “Knowing Fieldwork.”
10 Week Ten
Field work methodologies.
Ensemble performance. De-colonizing ethnomusicology.

1) Manuel, Peter. “North Indian Sufi Popular Music in the Age of Hindu and Muslim Fundamentalism.”
2) Downey, Greg. “Listening to Capoeira: Phenomenology, Embodiment, and the Materiality of Music.”
3) Neuman, Dard. “Pedagogy, Practice, and Embodied Creativity in Hindustani Music.”
11 Week Eleven
Embodiment. Reflexivity & Reflectivity.

1) Shelemay, Kay Kaufmann. “Musical Communities: Rethinking the Collective in Music.”
2) Bates, Eliot. “The Social Life of Musical Instruments.”
3) Anderson, Benedict. “Globalization and Its Discontents.”
12 Week Twelve
Communities, identity, representation.

1) Stokes, Martin. “Music and the Global Order.”
2) Taylor, Timothy D. “The Commodification of Music at the Dawn of the Era of ‘Mechanical Music’.”
3) Wallach, Jeremy. “The Poetics of Electrosonic Presence: Recorded Music and the Materiality of Sound.”
13 Week Thirteen
Ethnomusicology & technology.
Ethnomusicology, media, mediation.
Representation. Identity construction

1) Pettan, Svanibor. “Applied Ethnomusicology in the Global Arena.”
2) Herbert, David G., and Jonathan McCollum. “Methodologies for Historical Ethnomusicology in the Twenty-First Century.”
3) Titon, Jeff Todd. “The Nature of Ecomusicology.”
14 Week Fourteen
Applied Ethnomusicology. Historical ethnomusicology. Ecomusicology.

1) Cusick, Suzanne. “Musicology, Performativity, Acoustemology.”
2) Giannattasio, Francesco. “Introduction.” In Perspectives on a 21st Century Comparative Musicology: Ethnomusicology or Transcultural Musicology?,
3) Feld, Steven. “On Post-Ethnomusicology Alternatives: Acoustemology.”
15 Week Fifteen
Post-ethnomusicology? Future avenues for the development of Ethnomusicology.
In class presentations. Open discussions.

* Project 2 Due with in-class presentations.
Review of course.
Current trends and future directions in Ethnomusicology.

*Email your Project 2 (Issue Review) to the whole class by 13:00, two days before class.
Student presentations of Project 2: Issue Reviews will be given in class on May 18.
Dersler . Yardım . Hakkında
Ninova, İTÜ Bilgi İşlem Daire Başkanlığı ürünüdür. © 2023