The Research Networking Day provides a platform to exchange ideas and experiences for students and researchers from different European graduate and postgraduate programmes traversing the fields of audio, arts, media, design and related theoretical disciplines. A yearly initiative co-organised with Humboldt University’s Department of Musicology, the RND sought submissions from students, junior researchers and persons pursuing higher levels of research and studies to present projects and findings connected to the CTM 2019 Persistence Theme.
The 2019 Research Networking Day will end with a closing discussion between participants and the public, hosted by Dahlia Borsche.
Christoph Jacke is Professor of Theory, Aesthetics and History of Popular Music (University Paderborn), and among other positions Chair of the German speaking branch of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM D-A-CH). His research focus is on media, culture and communications theory, cultural studies, celebrity studies and popular music studies.
Dahlia Borsche is Research Associate in the Department of Musicology and Media Studies at Humboldt University Berlin, where her research interests focus on contemporary and transcultural music processes, thereby expanding traditional discipline boundaries to the fields of sound, urban and cultural studies.
Dr Anita Jóri is scientific supervisor and research associate at Vilém Flusser Archive, BerlinUniversity of the Arts (Universität der Künste Berlin, UdK).