"Metal matters - Heavy Metal als Kultur und Welt"

Die interdisziplinäre Tagung am 3. bis 5. Juni 2010 an der HBK Braunschweig, organisiert von Rolf F. Nohr und Herbert Schwaab

Anfang Juni 2010 hat die Tagung "Metal matters - Heavy Metal als Kultur und Welt" in Braunschweig versucht, eine Leerstelle der Kultur- und Medienwissenschaft mit auszufüllen und die Komplexität des Phänomens Metal herauszustellen. Dieser Blog bündelt die Perspektiven der Konferenz und versucht den dort interdisziplinär zusammengeführten Strom aus Ideen, Projekten und Perspektiven vorläufig fortzuführen.

Dienstag, 10. Januar 2012

Neuerscheinung: Metal Rules The Globe

Table of Contents
The Global Spread of Heavy Metal

1 “Introduction: Affective Overdrive, Scene Dynamics, and Identity in the Global Metal Scene ” by Jeremy Wallach, Harris M. Berger, and Paul D. Greene.

2 “The Globalization of Metal” by Deena Weinstein.
Metal, Gender, Modernity

3 “‘A Dream Return to Tang Dynasty’: Masculinity, Male Camaraderie, and Chinese Heavy Metal in the 1990s” by Cynthia P. Wong.

4 “Unleashed in the East: Metal Music, Masculinity, and ‘Malayness’ in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore” by Jeremy Wallach.
Metal and the Nation

5 “Electronic and Affective Overdrive: Tropes of Transgression in Nepal’s Heavy Metal Scene.” by Paul D. Greene.

6 “Otherwise National: Locality and Power in the Art of Sepultura” by Idelber Avelar.
Metal and Extremist Ideologies

7 “The Marketing of Anglo-Identity in the North American Hatecore Metal Industry” by Sharon Hochhauser.

8 “Musical Style, Ideology, and Mythology in Norwegian Black Metal” by Ross Hagen.

9 “‘You Are from Israel and That Is Enough to Hate You Forever’: Racism, Globalization and Play within the Global Extreme Metal Scene” by Keith Kahn-Harris.
Metal and the Music Industry

10 “Arenas of the Imagination: Global Tours and the Heavy Metal Concert in the 1970s” by Steve Waksman.

11 “Thunder in the Far East: The Heavy Metal Industry in 1990s Japan” by Kei Kawano and Shuhei Hosokawa.
Small Nation/Small Scene Case Studies

12 “Metal in a Micro Island State: An Insider’s Perspective” by Albert Bell.

13 “Noisy Crossroads: Metal Scenes in Slovenia” by Rajko Muršič.

14 “Nako: The Metal in the Marrow of Easter Island Music” by Dan Bendrups.

Afterword by Robert Walser.

Editors’ Acknowledgments

Works Cited

Contributor Notes

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