Sounds of Attraction: Yugoslav and Post-Yugoslav Popular Music

Avtorji

Miha Kozorog (ed)
Rajko Muršič (ed)
Ključne besede: Yugoslavia, popular music, socialism

Kratka vsebina

Popularna glasba v nekdanji Jugoslaviji je imela veliko globlji vpliv na razvoj socialistične države in njenih naslednic, kot bi morda izhajalo iz običajnih mnenj o njeni usodi. Zbornik, v katerem sodelujejo avtorji in avtorice z območja nekdanje skupne države, predstavlja občutenja, pripovedi in spomine na popularno glasbo v Jugoslaviji in njenih državah naslednicah.

Poglavja

  • Various Communities of Feeling in (post-)Yugoslav Popular Music:
    An Introductory Reflection
    Rajko Muršič
  • Povzetek
  • Summary
  • Topic Index
  • Name Index
  • Early Slovenian Gramophone Records and Their Popularity
    Drago Kunej
  • The “Jaranization” of Yugoslav Rock and Roll before 1974:
    Use of Folklore in the Early Stages of the Development of the Yugoslav Rock Scene
    Irena Šentevska
  • Photographic Images of 20th Century Popular Music Captured by the Lenses of Slovenian Photojournalists at the National Museum of Contemporary History
    Urša Valič
  • Popular Music Under the Siege:
    Patriotic Songs in Sarajevo
    Petra Hamer
  • Rokeri s Moravu and the Politics of Parody in Socialist Yugoslavia
    Tanja Petrović
  • Doubly Excluded, Doubly Included, “Something In-Between”:
    A Bosnian Refugee Band and Alternative Youth Culture in Slovenia
    Miha Kozorog
  • Exotic Anthropological Perspectives and Yugoslav Popular Music
    Rajko Muršič
  • Ideologies of Love at Concerts:
    Yugoslav Popular Music on Post-Yugoslav Stages
    Ana Petrov
  • Partisan Resistance Today?
    The Music of the National Liberation Struggle and Social Engagement
    Ana Hofman, Martin Pogačar
  • About the Authors

Prenosi

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Življenjepisi avtorjev

Miha Kozorog

Miha Kozorog (b. 1975) graduated at the Faculty of Economics and the Faculty of Arts of the University of Ljubljana. In 2008 he finished PhD at the same university. In 2007 he was fellowship-holder at the University of Udine. Between 2010 and 2012 he was postdoctoral researcher. For several years he was editor of the ethnological/anthropological monograph series Zupanic’s Collection and member of the student initiative of former Yugoslavia Roaming Anthropology. Since 2015 he is editor-in-chief of the Bulletin of the Slovenian Ethnological Society. He is also employed as Research Fellow at the Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (ZRC SAZU). In 2012 his research work was recognized by the Slovenian Research Agency as exceptional scientific achievement in social and cultural anthropology.

Rajko Muršič

Born in Maribor, 1963; BA in ethnology and philosophy (1991), MA in cultural anthropology (1995), PhD in ethnology (1998). In 2009 he was elected full professor. He worked as a part-time journalist and redactor (1986-1998), served as the chief editor of the journal Glasnik SED and its monographs collection (1994-1997). He was a founder and the first editor of the monograph series Zupaničeva knjižnica (1999-2002). He is a member of more than a dozen international and domestic professional associations (vice-president of the IUAES, president of the Slovenian association Kula), bodies and editorial boards and is active in organisation of international conferences and summer schools (Mess; Easa; Konitsa Summer School in Anthropology, Ethnography and Comparative Folklore of the Balkans; Border Crossings Network).

Naslovnica za Sounds of Attraction: Yugoslav and Post-Yugoslav Popular Music
Izdano
August 18, 2018

Podrobnosti o monografski publikaciji

ISBN-13 (15)
978-961-237-964-3
Date of first publication (11)
2018-03-17
Koledar Hijri