About Jens Gerrit Papenburg

Jens Gerrit Papenburg is a lecturer and research associate in popular music history and theory at Humboldt University Berlin. He is the sound review editor of the journal "Sound Studies" (Routledge) and co-editor of “Sound as Popular Culture. A Research Companion” (MIT Press 2016). He received his PhD from Humboldt University Berlin for the thesis “Listening Devices: Technologization of Perception through Rock and Pop Music” and finished a postdoctoral research project about a cultural and media history of the “para-auditive” dimension of popular music’s sound.

Conference: Popular Music and Power (Berlin, 24./25. June 2016)

Popular Music and Power. Sonic Materiality between Cultural Studies and Music Analysis

Conference Program:

Friday, June 24

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institute of Musicology and Media Studies, Georgenstraße 47, Medientheater

11:00-11:30 AM Arrival and Greetings

11:30-11:45 AM Jens Gerrit Papenburg (Berlin): Introduction

Panel I – Relational Sonic Materialities beyond Text/Context

Chair: Sebastian Klotz (Berlin)

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