A network is currently being established in Berlin to facilitate exchange among researchers from various disciplines and institutions who share an interest in sound perception. Humanists and scientists are equally welcome to participate in our informal colloquia that will be held three times a year at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (www.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de). A call for papers will be published in due course.
To launch this series of colloquia, we have invited Juerg Stenzl (Salzburg University). Prof. Stenzl will speak about the history of musical interpretation.
Date and time: Monday 30 March, 16:00
Venue: MPI for the History of Science, Berlin
Anyone in or passing through Berlin is welcome to attend.
The Berlin Network for Research on Sound Perception is a joint initiative between the Emmy Noether Research Group for the "History and Philosophy of Music Listening", and research scholars from the MPI for the History of Science and the Free University, Berlin.
News and updates about the network's activities will be published here regularly.
Dr Nikolaus Bacht
Emmy Noether Research Group Director
Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
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