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Holger Schulze

Holger Schulze

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    Holger Schulze (*1970) is full professor in musicology at the University of Copenhagen and principal investigator at the Sound Studies Lab. He serves as co-editor of the international journal for historical anthropology Paragrana and as founding editor of the book series Sound Studies

    His research focuses on the cultural history of the senses, sound in popular culture and the anthropology of media. He is associated investigator at the cluster of excellence Image Knowledge Gestaltung: an interdisciplinary laboratory at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and founding member of the European Sound Studies Association. Between 2008-2016 he was director of the international research network Sound in Media Culture, and between 2000-2009 he was a co-founder and the first head of department of the new MA-programme in Sound Studies at the Universität der Künste Berlin.

    He was invited visiting professor at the Musashino Art University in Tokyo, at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, at the Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, and at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. He served as a curator for the Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin, produced radio features for Deutschlandradio Kultur and he writes for Merkur, Seismograf, Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, Positionen, Texte zur Kunst, taz - die tageszeitung, der freitag.

    Portrait: „For Holger Schulze, immersive listening is his soundtrack to everyday life“ (2019)

    Interview: "So ist für Nutzer klar: Die Position der Dienstmagd hat eine Frau" (DIE ZEIT 2019)

    Programmatic monograph: The Sonic Persona (Bloomsbury 2018)

    Programmatic journal article: Corpus – Dispositive – Persona: Formants of an Anthropology of Sound (Swedish Journal of Music Research 2018)

     

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    Areas of teaching and supervision: sound studies, popular music, sound design, sound art, music video, music culture, aural architecture, sensory studies, anthropology of sound.

     

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