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Dr. Oliver Seibt

- (2012) „Jenseits der Authentizität, oder: Wie es kam, dass die Japaner an einer Gitarre nun doch cool aussehen, in „Musik und kulturelle Identität“, ed. by Detlef Altenburg. Kassel: Bärenreiter. (submitted)
 
- (2012)    “Asagi’s voice: Learning how to desire with Japanese visual-kei”, in “Vocal Music and Contemporary Identities.
Unlimited Voices in East Asia and the West”, ed. by Christian Utz and Frederic Lau. London and New York: Routledge.

- (forthcoming) “Approaches to the land of the rising rock stars: On the genesis and some epistemological problems of an ongoing research project on the spread of Japanese visual-kei to the West“, in “Creative dissonances: Asian music in a global context”, ed. by Barbara Mittler and Dorothea Redepenning. N.N.: N.N. (submitted)

- (forthcoming) „Performanztheorien und der performance approach in der Musikethnologie“. In „Musikethnologie“ (Kompendien Musik), ed. by Julio Mendívil, Oliver Seibt, and Raimund Vogels. Laaber: Laaber Verlag

- (forthcoming) Julio Mendívil, Oliver Seibt, and Raimund Vogels (eds.) „Musikethnologie“ (Kompendien Musik). Laaber: Laaber Verlag (completion planned for late 2012).

- (in preparation) “Everything you always wanted to know about visual-kei (but where afraid to ask Lacan or Žižek)” (publication planned for 2013).

- (in preparation)  “Japanese gentlemen stand up please! A short history of Japanese popular music”, together with Yoshitaka Môri (Toyko Geijutsu Daigaku) (publication planned for late 2013).

Patrick Frölicher


- (forthcoming) “Birmingham, Bathinda, Bombay… and beyond: The Transnational Politics of Circulation in Punjabi Pop”, in Mittler/Redepenning (eds.), Creative Dissonances: Asian Music in a Global Context. (submitted)

- (forthcoming) “Musikethnologie und Medientheorie”, in Mendívil, Seibt and Vogels (eds.) Kompendium Musikethnologie. Laaber: Laaber. (submitted)

- (forthcoming) “Pind di awaz - the voice of the village?“ - Representing rurality and caste in Punjabi pop music videos, in: Snehi, Yogesh [Ed.]: “Modernity and Changing Social Fabrics of Punjab and Haryana” (submitted)

- (in preparation) “From Romeo to Rambo: Representations of Masculinity in Punjabi Pop”, in Tasveer Ghar: A House of Pictures (www. tasveerghar.net)

Michael Fuhr

- (2009) “Performing Pop–Ästhetik, Identität und Ritual. Ein Fallbeispiel aus der koreanischen Diaspora”, in Eva Kimminich (ed.), Utopien, Jugendkulturen und Lebenswirklichkeiten, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

- (2010) “Performing K(yopo)-Rock: Aesthetics, Identity, and Korean Migrant Ritual in Germany”, in Inter-Asia Cultural Studies 11(1), pp. 115-122.

- (2011) “Ostasien”, in C. Dahlhaus and H.H. Eggebrecht (eds.), Brockhaus Riemann Musik Lexikon in 2 Bänden. Wiesbaden and Mainz: Brockhaus and Schott.

- (2012) „Voicing Body, Voicing Seoul: Vocalization, Body and Ethnicity in Korean Popular Music”. In: Christian Utz & Frederick Lau [Hgs.], Vocal Music and Cultural Identity in Contemporary Music: Unlimited Voices in East Asia and the West, New York/London: Routledge.

- (forthcoming) “Best of Asia, Bring on America?: Shifting Asymmetries and Musical Imaginaries in South Korean Pop Music”, in Mittler/Redepenning (eds.), Creative Dissonances: Asian Music in a Global Context. (submitted)

- (forthcoming) “Musikalische Hermeneutik und Interpretative Musikethnologie”, in Mendívil, Seibt and Vogels (eds.), Kompendium Musikethnologie. Laaber: Laaber 2011. (submitted)

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