Head-Wagging and Obscene Music: Conflicts over Sound on the Qing-Muslim Frontiers
THIS EVENT IS ARCHIVED
Date: 9 January 2014Time: 7:00 PM
Finishes: 9 January 2014Time: 9:00 PM
Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings Room: Khalili Lecture Theatre
Type of Event: Lecture
Note: Internal event not open to external attendees.
Free and open to the public.
Held in conjunction with the Islamic Soundscapes of China
Sounding Islam in China, An AHRC Research Network
The project promotes collaboration between Western and Chinese researchers through joint field research, and an international conference. It also seeks to disseminate current theoretical approaches to postgraduate students in China through a series of training workshops in the Anthropology of Sound. It aims to reach out to the wider public, especially to Muslim communities in the West, amongst whom there is growing interest in Islam in China, and to preserve an audio-visual record of the diverse religious practices and oral histories of Muslims in China, mediating this material for English-speaking audiences.
Organiser: SOAS China Institute
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