Posts in "History"

The Sonic Entanglements Podcast is up!

I am excited to announce that the Sonic Entanglements Podcast is now online. This series examines the history of sound in Southeast Asia, through conversations with sound experts: historians, archivists, sound engineers, artists, and scholars. In presenting postcolonial and decolonial sound scholarship through podcast, this show underscores the sonicity of… Continue reading

Mulat sa Musika ng Kultura 2

Manila Men (Remix): Sonus and Sonic Migration will reprise at the Mindanao State University – Center for Culture and Arts Studies’s webinar series Mulat sa Musika ng Kultura 2: Perspectives of Music in the Philippines. Save the date: 7 May at 3 PM Philippine Time. From MSU’s website: Continuing from… Continue reading

Temporalities of Globalisation

This year’s theme for the third annual conference of the Amsterdam Centre for Globalisation Studies is: “Where Are We Now? Temporalities of Globalisation”. At the conference I will talk about how the reiteration of the nineteenth-century migrant Manila musicians in the contemporary Overseas Filipino entertainers is historically rooted in earlier forms… Continue reading

Translocating Theatre Histories

The Global Theatre Histories Research Project holds its final conference entitled Translocating Theatre Histories on 19-21 August 2016. The event will conclude the project’s six-year run under the funding of the German Research Foundation (DFG), and will inaugurate the new Center for Global Theatre Histories in Munich. In the conference,… Continue reading

IFTR 2016: Presenting the Theatrical Past

The International Federation of Theatre Research (IFTR) 2016 Annual Conference will be hosted by Stockholm University on 13-17 June 2016. This year’s theme will be “Presenting the Theatrical Past. Interplays of Artefacts, Discourses and Practices”. I am excited because it will be my first time in Sweden and I get to talk about… Continue reading