Conference programme Leiden 2013 Conference

The 2014 conference programme can be viewed at the Pittsburg conference website.

Below you can find the programme for the 2013 conference in Leiden.

Wednesday, September 4
Public Event
Time: 14.00 - 18.00 hrs
Venue: National Museum of Ethnology, Steenstraat 1, 2312 BS Leiden 

Thursday, September 5
Presentations and discussions
Time: 9.00 - 16.00 hrs
Venue: Gravensteen Building, Pieterskerkhof 6, 2311 SR  Leiden 

Friday, September 6
Presentations and discussions
Time: 9.30 - 17.15 hrs
Venue: Gravensteen Building, Pieterskerkhof 6, 2311 SR  Leiden 

Register via the conference website 

 

Wednesday, September 4: Public Event

Time: 14.00 - 18.00 hrs
Venue: National Museum of Ethnology, Steenstraat 1, 2312 BS Leiden

Chair: Bart Barendregt

14.00               Bart Barendregt - The Voices of Asian Modernity Project

14.25               Andrew Weintraub - Conference Themes

14.45               Launch Modern Sounds website       

15.00               Music: TablaTronic – Acoustic Indian Radiation

15.15               Tea / Coffee

15.45               Neepa Majumdar - Between Rage and Song: Discourses of Voice and Performance in Shanta Apte’s Films of the 1930s

16.15               Music: TablaTronic – Acoustic Indian Radiation

16.30               LinDa Saphan - an introduction to the film project Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll [a film by John Pirozzi], with excerpts

17.00-18.00     Drinks

Thursday, September 5: Conference day 1

Presentations and discussions
Time: 9.00 - 16.00 hrs
Venue: Gravensteen Building, Pieterskerkhof 6, 2311 SR  Leiden 

Panel 1: Chair Bart Barendregt (Leiden University)

9.30-10.15      Soojin Kim (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA) - Singing Gendered and Censored Modernity: Two Female Singers and Their Music in the Postwar South Korea

Discussant: Remco Breuker (Korean Studies, Leiden University)

10.15-11.00    Peter Keppy (NIOD) Mail from jail. Tjamboek Berdoeri, Miss Riboet, and emerging fandom in the 1920s Netherlands East Indies.

Discussant: Patricia Spyer (Anthropology, Leiden University)

11.00-11.30     Tea and coffee

11.30-12.15     Abdul Jaleel (Centre for West Asian Studies, Jawharlal Nehru University) – Devotion and Femininity in Malappattu: The Rise of a Mappila Female Singer in Malabar

Discussant: Sanjukta Sunderason (LIAS, Leiden University)

12.30-13.30     Lunch at the Faculty club for presenters and discussants

Rapenburg 73, 2311 GJ Leiden


Panel 2: Chair Neepa Majumdar
(Film Studies, University of Pittsburgh)

14.00-14.45    Pahole Sookkasikon – (University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA) - The Country Singer: Poompuang Duangjun, the geo-body, and reimagining Siamese-national identity

Discussant: Peter Keppy (NIOD, Amsterdam)

14.45-15.30    LinDa Saphan (College of Mount Saint Vincent, USA) - Voices of Cambodian Modernity: FemalRock Stars of the Prewar Era

Discussant: Amrih Widodo (Australian National University)

15.30- 16.00    Tea and coffee          

16.00-16.45     Lusvita Nuzuliyanti (Leiden University) - Dissing Cherrybelle - re-contextualization of feminine ideals among Indonesian female K-Pop fans

Discussant: Bram Hendrawan (Research Institute for History and Culture, Utrecht University)

19.00              Conference dinner (free only for invited speakers and discussants)
Het Prentenkabinet, Kloksteeg 25, 2311 SK Leiden

 

Friday, September 6: Conference day 2

Presentations and discussions
Time: 9.30 - 17.15 hrs
Venue: Gravensteen Building, Pieterskerkhof 6, 2311 SR  Leiden 

Panel 3: Chair Andrew Weintraub (Department of Music, University of Pittsburgh)

9.30-10.15      Yongwoo Lee (Cornell University, Visiting scholar, USA) - Unclaimed memory and the Voice unheard: Popular memory and the voice of a modern girl, Lee Erisu

Discussant: Remco Breuker (Korean Studies, Leiden University)

10.15-11.00    Russel Skelchy (Univ. of California, Riverside, Graduate student, USA) - Beyond Black and Gray: Reading Representations of Waljinah in Indonesian Print Media

Discussant: Ben Arps (LIAS, Leiden University)

11.00-11.30     Tea and coffee

11.30-12.30    Yifen Beus (Brigham Young University, Hawaii) - On Becoming Nora: Transforming the Voice and Place of the Singsong Girl through Zhou Xuan  

Discussant: Jeroen de Kloet (Media Studies, University of Amsterdam)

12.30-13.30     Lunch at the Faculty club for presenters and discussants
Rapenburg 73, 2311 GJ Leiden

Panel 4: chair Peter Keppy (The NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies)

14.00-14.45    Anthony Fung (School of Journalism and Communication, the Chinese University of Hong Kong) - Chinese Pop, Gender and Modernity

Discussant: Andrew Weintraub (University of Pittsburgh)

14.45-15.30    Roselle Pineda (Department of Art Studies in University of the Philippines, Diliman) - Femmecees Reprznt! The Lives, Strides and Rhymes of Filipina Rappers at the Dawn of Pinoy Hip-hop in the Late 80s and Early 90s

Discussant: Marije Plomp

15.30-16.00     Tea and coffee

16.00-16.45    Mubarika Nugraheni (Leiden Institute of Area Studies) Multi-vocalities in appropriation: hip-hop and rap by two Indonesian female artists

Discussant: Amrih Widodo (Australian National University)

16.45-17.15     Final session and discussion

 
Last Modified: 18-03-2014