[csaa-forum] 'Methodologies for Studying Cultural Production': travelling masterclass with Professor Georgina Born
huberal at unimelb.edu.au
Mon Jun 5 11:06:59 CST 2006
The ARC Cultural Research Network Postgraduate and Early Career
Researcher Node presents:
travelling masterclass with
Professor Georgina Born, University of Cambridge
'Methodologies for Studying Cultural Production'
University of Queensland
Wednesday 26 July 2006
University of Melbourne
Friday 4 August 2006
Friday 11 August 2006
what is it? Addressing broad issue of methodologies in cultural
research, this masterclass will be of interest to postgraduates and
early career researchers working across a variety of areas including
cultural studies, media anthropology and sociology, sociology and
anthropology of music and art, cultural and media policy studies,
media and communication studies, and television studies. The
masterclass will focus on the use of ethnography in the study of
cultural/media production and cultural/media organisations, but it
will interest all those using ethnography in their work. Among the
themes to be addressed are genre, aesthetics, authorship, value and
history/temporalities. The masterclass will involve an interactive
lecture, and discussion of Prof. Born's work, which participants will
be asked to read prior to the masterclass. In the afternoon three
participants will be selected to give 15 minute summaries of a paper
on their research, and Prof. Born and the participants will give
feedback on this work, with particular attention to its
how much does it cost? The masterclasses are free of charge to
successful applicants, and include lunch and morning/afternoon teas.
Applications from PGs & ECRS who do not live in Brisbane, Sydney or
Melbourne are strongly encouraged: interstate participants' travel
and accommodation will be covered by the CRN.
how do I apply? Applications to participate in the masterclass are
due by 20 June 2006. We require you to complete an application form
(downloadable from http://www.uq.edu.au/crn/born/masterclass.html),
and submit a brief CV (no more than 2 pages). The application form
will ask you to include a 400 word outline of your current research.
Based on these applications, three presenters will be selected for
each masterclass by the node convenors, Fran Martin and Sue Luckman.
Participants will be chosen and notified by 1 July 2006. Those
invited to present will be asked to submit a 5,000 word paper before
15 July 2006, so that it can be circulated to Prof. Born and the
participants ahead of the masterclass. Applications and enquiries
should be sent by email to Alison Huber at huberal at unimelb.edu.au.
Georgina Born is Professor of Sociology, Anthropology and Music at
the University of Cambridge, and Fellow in Social and Political
Sciences, Emmanuel College, Cambridge. She is the author of numerous
articles and policy papers as well as three influential books:
Uncertain Vision: Birt, Dyke and the Reinvention of the BBC, London:
Vintage, 2005; Western Music and its Others: Difference,
Representation and Appropriation in Music, Berkeley: University of
California Press, 2000, (ed. with David Hesmondhalgh); and
Rationalizing Culture: IRCAM, Boulez and the Institutionalization of
the Musical Avant-Garde, Berkeley: University of California Press,
1995. NB: For more information about Georgina Born's visit to
Australia, see http://www.uq.edu.au/crn/born/.
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dr alison huber
dept of english with cultural studies
university of melbourne
e: huberal at unimelb.edu.au
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