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Grenzgänge. Gender, Ethnizität und Klasse als W...
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Was ist Natur? Was ist Geist, was Kultur? Schon in diesen grundlegenden Konzepten der Wissensorganisation sind Gender, Ethnizität und Klasse wirksam, wurden doch Natur und Materie im abendländischen Denken immer wieder sowohl mit »Weiblichkeit« als auch mit dem Ausserhalb der Zivilisation in Verbindung gebracht. Band 8 des Jahrbuchs Musik und Gender, herausgegeben von Cornelia Bartsch und Britta Sweers, geht den disziplinären Grenzen nach, die eine europäische Musikgeschichte zugleich mit ihren musikalischen Kolonien konstituiert haben. Die acht Studien befassen sich mit der Produktion dieser Grenzen entlang der genannten Differenzkategorien und fragen nach den Folgen für die inneren und äusseren Landkarten des musikwissenschaftlichen Wissens. Zugleich wenden sie sich Phänomenen auf der Grenze zu: im Zwischenbereich der musikwissenschaftlichen Disziplinen, an topographischen Grenzen, an Wahrnehmungsgrenzen sowie an der Grenze zwischen wissenschaftlicher Theoriebildung und bildungspolitischer Praxis.****************What is Nature? What is mind, what is culture? Even in these fundamental concepts of the organisation of knowledge, gender, ethnicity and class already play a role, although nature and matter in western thought have always been associated with “femininity” and with what is outside civilisation. Volume 8 of the Music and Gender Yearbook, edited by Cornelia Bartsch and Britta Sweers, traces the disciplinary borders which have constituted a European history of music and its musical colonies. The eight studies examine the production of these borders according to named categories of differentiation and explore the consequences for internal and external maps of musicological disciplines. At the same time they look at the phenomena on the margins: in the spaces between musical disciplines, on topographical borders, on the borders of perception and on the border between academic theorising and the politics of educational practice.

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Finding What's Real
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Cecelia Montgomery returns after running away to deal with the downside of her newfound fame—and her mother's Presidential campaign—in the sequel to Escaping Perfect. Two weeks after going on the run—and running away from a life that was carefully constructed for the past ten years—Cecelia Montgomery finds herself back in the middle of a media firestorm. Before she can blink, Cecilia is forced once again into a public persona she had no part in creating. But her friends from Sweet Briar still have her back. After creating another clever diversion, Fiona, Britta, and Jasper help smuggle her back to Sweet Briar. Just when Cecilia thinks she actually is in the clear, her mother—the formidable Senator Montgomery—drops into town and officially announces she plans to run as the next Presidential candidate, making Sweet Briar campaign headquarters. As Cecelia grows more disappointed in the people who supposedly care about her, she gets pulled deeper and deeper into a group and party scene that is vastly different than her own. Can Cecelia ever find her perfect ending, or will her escape prove to be more of a trap than she ever thought possible?

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Grenzgänge. Gender, Ethnizität und Klasse als W...
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Was ist Natur? Was ist Geist, was Kultur? Schon in diesen grundlegenden Konzepten der Wissensorganisation sind Gender, Ethnizität und Klasse wirksam, wurden doch Natur und Materie im abendländischen Denken immer wieder sowohl mit »Weiblichkeit« als auch mit dem Außerhalb der Zivilisation in Verbindung gebracht. Band 8 des Jahrbuchs Musik und Gender, herausgegeben von Cornelia Bartsch und Britta Sweers, geht den disziplinären Grenzen nach, die eine europäische Musikgeschichte zugleich mit ihren musikalischen Kolonien konstituiert haben. Die acht Studien befassen sich mit der Produktion dieser Grenzen entlang der genannten Differenzkategorien und fragen nach den Folgen für die inneren und äußeren Landkarten des musikwissenschaftlichen Wissens. Zugleich wenden sie sich Phänomenen auf der Grenze zu: im Zwischenbereich der musikwissenschaftlichen Disziplinen, an topographischen Grenzen, an Wahrnehmungsgrenzen sowie an der Grenze zwischen wissenschaftlicher Theoriebildung und bildungspolitischer Praxis.****************What is Nature? What is mind, what is culture? Even in these fundamental concepts of the organisation of knowledge, gender, ethnicity and class already play a role, although nature and matter in western thought have always been associated with “femininity” and with what is outside civilisation. Volume 8 of the Music and Gender Yearbook, edited by Cornelia Bartsch and Britta Sweers, traces the disciplinary borders which have constituted a European history of music and its musical colonies. The eight studies examine the production of these borders according to named categories of differentiation and explore the consequences for internal and external maps of musicological disciplines. At the same time they look at the phenomena on the margins: in the spaces between musical disciplines, on topographical borders, on the borders of perception and on the border between academic theorising and the politics of educational practice.

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Finding What's Real
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Cecelia Montgomery returns after running away to deal with the downside of her newfound fame—and her mother's Presidential campaign—in the sequel to Escaping Perfect. Two weeks after going on the run—and running away from a life that was carefully constructed for the past ten years—Cecelia Montgomery finds herself back in the middle of a media firestorm. Before she can blink, Cecilia is forced once again into a public persona she had no part in creating. But her friends from Sweet Briar still have her back. After creating another clever diversion, Fiona, Britta, and Jasper help smuggle her back to Sweet Briar. Just when Cecilia thinks she actually is in the clear, her mother—the formidable Senator Montgomery—drops into town and officially announces she plans to run as the next Presidential candidate, making Sweet Briar campaign headquarters. As Cecelia grows more disappointed in the people who supposedly care about her, she gets pulled deeper and deeper into a group and party scene that is vastly different than her own. Can Cecelia ever find her perfect ending, or will her escape prove to be more of a trap than she ever thought possible?

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 05.08.2020
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