The online discussion was hosted by Samuel Araujo and several ethnomusicological organizations in Brazil (Ethnomusicology Laboratory and Musiculture Group – Tide, UFRJ, UFPA Ethnomusicology Laboratory composed of the Studies Group on Music in Pará, Research Group on Music and Identity in the Amazon, both from UFPA, and the Studies Group of Music in the Amazon, from UEPA).
Guest speaker was Ana Hofman (Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Institute of Culture and Memory Studies, Ljubljana, Slovenia).
The focus of the talk was on music and decoloniality, anthropology of war, feminism, trajectory of ethnomusicological and research in humanities from the post-Yugoslav perspective.
Friday, May 15th at 15:00 Central European Time.
YouTube at the link below: