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The Wagner Journal July 2017 (vol.11, no.2)

Female sexuality projected as ‘male wishful fantasy’ in Uwe Eric Laufenberg’s 2016 Bayreuth Parsifal.

The Wagner Journal July 2017 (vol.11, no.2)
The July 2017 issue (vol.11, no.2), is a special ‚Freud and Parsifal‘ issue containing the following feature articles:
• ‚Parsifal as Castration Drama‘ by Ivan Ward
• ‚Wagner, Freud and Nietzsche in Berlin‘ by Tom DeRose
• ‚Wagner’s Parsifal: a Hymn of Purity‘ by Stephen Gee The Wagner Journal July 2017 (vol.11, no.2) weiterlesen

sonic studies

Journal of Sonic Studies 14 online

Journal of Sonic Studies 14
We are proud to announce that the 14th issue of the Journal of Sonic Studies ( is online, which is our first general issue. Although many JSS issues are thematically organized, often with the help and under the responsibility of a guest editor and established without a public call for submissions, we deem it important to publish non-thematic issues every now and then in order to pay close attention to the current state of sound studies affairs. Journal of Sonic Studies 14 online weiterlesen

The Berlin Prize Application

The Berlin Prize

Call for Applications 2018/2019
The American Academy in Berlin is now accepting applications for its residential fellowships for the academic year 2018-19. The deadline is Friday, September 29, 2017 (12 noon EST or 6 pm CET).

The Academy seeks to enrich transatlantic dialogues in the arts, humanities, and public policy through the development and communication of projects of the highest scholarly merit. For 2018/2019, the Academy is also interested in considering projects that address the themes of migration and social integration, as well as questions of race in comparative perspective. The Berlin Prize Application weiterlesen

Computer Music Journal Volume 41 Number 2

Computer Music Journal Volume 41 Number 2 Summer 2017
The musician’s interface—this issue’s theme—has intrigued practitioners of computer music since the early years of the discipline. Even “the father of computer music,” Max Mathews, hardly rested on his laurels as the 1950s pioneer of the so-called Music N series of programming languages. Although these languages were powerful and influential, their laborious textual input process did pose challenges for music making. Instead, Mathews moved toward real-time systems, starting with the program Generated Real-Time Operations on Voltage-Controlled Equipment (GROOVE) around 1970 and later progressing to controllers such as his Radio Drum. Computer Music Journal Volume 41 Number 2 weiterlesen