Conferences and Public Talks

Ana Hofman

  • “Revisiting the Individual Sonic Agency: Urban Soundscape as the Locus of the Political Subject” (with Srđan Atanasovski), 31st European Seminar in Ethnomusicology Making a Difference: Music, Dance, and the Individual, Irish World Academy, University of Limerick, 16-20 September 2015
  • “Music Activism in a Neoliberal City”, panel City Sonic Ecology (with Britta Sweers, Mojca Kovačić, Ivana Medić, Marija Dumnić and Srđan Atanasovski), International Symposium Music and Ecology, Mestni muzej Ljubljana, 28-29 August 2015
  • “Choir 29 November: Social Experiment and Urban Intervention”, 30rd European Seminar in Ethnomusicology Crossing bridges, Institute for Ethnomusicology, Faculty of Humanities of Charles University, Prague, 3-7 September 2014

Mojca Kovačič

  • “The Official Regulations on Sound Control Versus the Individual Perception of Sound”, 31st European Seminar in Ethnomusicology Making a Difference – Music, Dance and the Individual, Limerick, Ireland, 16–20 September 2015
  • “Conflicting Religioscapes in Ljubljana”, panel City Sonic Ecology (with Britta Sweers, Mojca Kovačić, Ivana Medić, Marija Dumnić and Srđan Atanasovski), International Symposium Music and Ecology, Mestni muzej Ljubljana, 28-29 August 2015
  • “Noise Versus Music: Perception of the Sound of Bell Ringing in Ljubljana”,
    43rd ICTM World Conference, Astana, Kazahstan, 16-22 July 2015
  • The Sounding of Religious Diversity – The Challenge for Contemporary Society”, 12th International SIEF Congress, Zagreb, Croatia, 21-25 June 2015
  • “Impact of the World War I on the Soundscape”, 9th International Symposium Music in Society, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 23-26 October 2014
  • Guest on the television show Sveto in svet, 23 October 2014, Slovenian National Television Channel 1

Ivana Medić

  • “Reculturisation Projects in Savamala”, panel City Sonic Ecology (with Britta Sweers, Ana Hofman, Mojca Kovačić, Marija Dumnić and Srđan Atanasovski), International Symposium Music and Ecology, Mestni muzej Ljubljana, 28-29 August 2015
  • “Reculturisation Projects in Savamala”, panel Urban Sonic Ecologies (with Britta Sweers, Mojca Kovačič and Marija Dumnić) 43rd ICTM World Conference, Kazakh National University of Arts, Astana, 16-22 July 2015
  • “But Whoever Listens To This Music Anyway? The Survival of Festivals of Classical and Contemporary Art Music in Transitional Serbia”, 2015 REEM Annual Conference Мusic and Crisis, University of Nottingham, 22 June 2015
  • “I Want to be Bad! Horkestar Versus Transition”, Beyond the Crisis in Humanities, Faculty of Media and Communications, University Singidunum, Belgrade, 24-25 April 2015
  • “But Whoever Listens to This Music Anyway?! The Survival of Festivals of Classical Music in Transitional Serbia”, panel Music, Politics and Economy at Festivals in Central and South-Eastern Europe (with Katerina Levidou and Monika Zyla) BASEES 2015 Annual Conference, Cambridge University, Fitzwilliam College, 28-30 March 2015
  • Part of the roundtable “City Sonic Ecologies” at Forum of the Institute of Musicology SASA Belgrade, 22 October 2014
  • (with Jelena Janković-Beguš) “The Works Commissioned by the Belgrade Music Festival (BEMUS) 2002-2013: Contemporary Music Creation in a Transitional Society”, XII International Conference of the Department of Musicology Musical Practices – Continuities and Transitions, Faculty of Music in Belgrade, 23–26 April 2014

Srđan Atanasovski

    Lectures, roundtables, public talks

  • Lecture given at the Department of Music History of the Institute of Ethnology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, “Sonic Ecologies of Urban Segregation: Serbian Religious Nationalism and Producing ‘the Other’ on the Street Rally”, 3 September 2014
  • Part of the roundtable “City Sonic Ecologies” at Forum of the Institute of Musicology SASA Belgrade, 22 October 2014
  • Lecture given at the Newcastle University, as a part of Power, Space and Politics seminar series at the School of Geography, Politics and Sociology: “Sonic Ecologies of Urban Segregation: Mapping the Soundscape of Serbian Religious Nationalism“, 3 October 2014
  • Lecture given at Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, as part of a colloquium Music in Context, “Sonic Ecologies of Urban Segregation: Mapping the Soundscape of Serbian Religious Nationalism”, 29 October 2014
  • Lecture given at Forum of the Institute of Musicology SASA Belgrade, “Sounds of NATO Bombing of Belgrade” (in Serbian), 16 June 2015
  • Lecture given at University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Institut für Analyse, Theorie und Geschichte der Musik, “Towards vita democratica: Urban Soundscapes and the Ruptures of
 Subjectivity”, 17 June 2015
    Conference presentations

  • “‘The Song Has Kept Us’: Soundscape of Belgrade during the NATO Bombing” – Workshop The 1999 NATO Bombing: Memories, Narratives and Histories, Faculty of Media and Comunications, February 2015, Belgrade
  • “Ethics of the sound”, Vlado S. Milošević: Etnomuzikolog, kompozitor i pedagog. Tradicija kao inspiracija, University in Banjaluka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 17–18 April 2015
  • “Sonic Subjectivity; or, The Ethics of the Sound”, Beyond the Crisis in the Humanities: Transdisciplinary Transformations of Contemporary Discourses on Art and Culture, Faculty of Media and Comunications, 24-25 April 2015, Belgrade
  • “Sonic Citizenship: Tracing the Ruptures of Political Subjectivity in the Urban Soundscapes”, Contested spaces of citizenship, Durham University, Department of Geography, 29 April 2015
  • “Sonic Religioscapes of Belgrade: Exploring the Daily Rhythm of Religious Nationalism”, Movements, Narratives and Landscapes, University of Zadar, 5–7 June 2015
  • “Belgrade’s Public Space and the Ethics of the Sound: The Case of Two ‘Parades’”, Utopias, Realities, Heritages. Ethnographies for the 21st century, 12th Congress of Société Internationale d´Ethnologie et de Folklore (SIEF), University of Zagreb, 21–25 June 2015
  • “Ruptures in White Noise: Images, Spaces and Sounds of Saint Sava Temple in Belgrade“, Images of (Cultural) Values, The IMAGES Project 2015 Conference, Istanbul, 2–3 September 2015
    Published papers

  • “Towards vita democratica: Urban Soundscapes and the Ruptures of Subjectivity”, in Social Movements in Central and Eastern Europe. A renewal of protests and democracy, ed. Geoffrey Pleyers and Ionel N. Sava (University of Bucharest), 196–202.

Marija Dumnić

  • “Making Music Old: Performances of Starogradska Muzika (Old Urban Music) in Belgrade”: “Back to the Future: Popular Music and Time: 18th Biennial International Association for the Study of Popular Music Conference”, IASPM – Universidade estadul de Campinas, Campinas (Brazil), 29 June – 3 July 2015
  • “Producing Representative Sound Environment: ‘Old Urban Music’ in Skadarija”: “43rd International Council for Traditional Music World Conference”, ICTM – Kazakh National University of Arts, Astana (Kazakhstan), 16–22 July 2015
  • “Starogradska muzika in Skadarlija as Nostalgic Sound Environment”: “Music and Ecology”, Slovenia ICTM National Committee, Ljubljana (Slovenia), 28–29 August 2015