publication . Other literature type . Conference object . 2017 . Embargo end date: 23 Mar 2017

Musicology, Diplomacy, and International Networks at the Turn of the 20th Century. Discourses, Practices, Events

Urchueguía, Cristina; Napoli, Alberto; Caceres, Maria; Ottomano, Vincenzina; Körner, Axel; Wade, Bonnie; Escrivá-Llorca, Ferran; Sibille, Christiane;
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  • Published: 23 Mar 2017
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  • Country: Switzerland
Abstract
The birth of musicology as a theoretical discipline coincided with the professionalization of international academic bodies, most famously in natural and social sciences, but also in the humanities. While presenting an important example of transnational exchange, such trend in academic research was directly affected by intergovernmental relations. The intersections between the beginnings of musicology as a theoretical discipline and diplomatic relations will be the object of this round table. The birth of musicology was closely related also to the formation of modern nation states in an age of increased global exchanges, with important implications for the inter...
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free text keywords: 780 Music, 900 History
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