Sociology of the Arts

 

Convenor:
Anna Lisa Tota: Department of Political and Social Studies, University of Pavia, Italy

Tuesday September 23   (14:00 - 16:00) - ROOM 1.1

Session 1
Arts and the public discourse

Chair: Howard Becker

Author(s): Tia DeNora
Institution: Department of Sociology SHiPSS, University of Exeter
Country: United Kingdom
ADORNO AND BEYOND
Author(s): Arturo Rodríguez Morató
Institution: Department of Sociological Theory, University of Barcelona
Country: Spain
THE ROLE OF THE ARTS IN URBAN CULTURAL
Author(s): Anna Lisa Tota
Institution: Department of Political and Social Studies, University of Pavia
Country: Italy
THE PUBLIC MEMORY OF TERRORISM IN ITALY. A STUDY ON THE COMMEMORATIVE CEREMONY OF THE BOLOGNA BOMBING
Author(s): Pertti Alasuutari
Institution: University of Tampere
Country: Finland
ART POLICY, FOLK IMAGE AND CULTURE
Author(s): Renuka Desai
Institution: M.P. Arts and M. H. Commerce College for Women
Country: India
MALE-PERSPECTIVE IN VIEWING WOMEN THROUGH NARRATIVES

 

Wednesday September 24   (09:00 - 11:00)- ROOM 1.1

Session 2 
Arts, identities and collective memories
 

Chair: Anna Lisa Tota

Author(s): Graciela Trajtenberg
Institution: The Academic College of Tel Aviv-Yaffo
Country: Israel
REVERSING THE TRIVIALIZATION OF WOMEN ARTISTS POSITION IN ISRAELI ARTISTIC CANON
Author(s): Myrian Sepúlveda Santos
Institution: State University of Rio de Janeiro
Country: Brasil
MUSEUMS AND MEMORY: THE ENCHANTED MODERNITY
        
Author(s): Suzanne De Villiers Human
Institution: The University of the Free State
Country: South Africa
WILDNESS AND INTERPRETATION
Author(s): Amalia Barboza
Institution: Technical University of Dresden
Country: Germany
THE SEPHARDIC HERITAGE IN ARGENTINEAN JEWISH LITERATURE 
Author(s): Silvina Schammah Gesser
Institution: Institute of Latin American Culture and History, Tel Aviv University
Country: Israel
NESTED RELATIONSHIP: AESTHETICS, IDENTITIES AND POLITICS IN MADRID'S AVANT-GARDE, 1923-1936

 


Wednesday September 24   (14:30 - 16 :30) - ROOM 1.1

Session 3A (Parallel sessions)
Art markets and artistic activities

Chair: Susanne Janssen

Author(s): Susanne Janssen
Institution: Department for the Study of the Arts and Culture, Erasmus University
Country: The Netherlands
PROFESSIONAL ROLE CONCEPTIONS OF ARTS JOURNALISTS
Author(s): Mariselda Tessarolo and Alessandra Gasparoni
Institution: University of Padova
Country: Italy
ARTIST IMAGE IN MODERN SOCIETY
Author(s): Vicenç Furió
Institution: University of Barcelona
Country: Spain
ART CLASSICS? ABOUT CRITICAL RECEPTION AND THE POSTHUMOUS REPUTATION OF ARTISTS OF THE MODERN PERIOD
Author(s): Susann Kern
Institution: University of Cologne
Country: Germany
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ORIENTATIONS OF ART COLLECTORS
Author(s): Heine von Alemann
Institution: University of Cologne
Country: Germany
ART COLLECTORS AS RATIONAL ACTORS IN THE ARTS SCENE

 

Wednesday September 24   (14:30 - 16:30) - ROOM 1.2

Session 3B (Parallel sessions)
Everyday life and the arts

Chair: Tia DeNora

Author(s): Motti Regev
Institution: Department of Sociology, The Open University of Israel
Country: Israel
AESTHETIC COSMOPOLITANISM AND POP/ROCK MUSIC
Author(s): A. Javier Izquierdo
Institution: Department of Sociology I. UNED
Country: Spain
MAGIC MIRRORS, PALACE PRANKS AND THE SECRET ART OF LAS MENINAS. AN STUDY ON THE PREHISTORY OF HIDDEN CAMERA PRANKS
Author(s): Jelger Blanken
Institution: Erasmus University Rotterdam (Faculty of History and Arts)
Country: The Netherlands
BOURDIEU IN THE WORLD OF CONTEMPORARY ART MUSIC
Author(s): Ian Nagy
Institution: Carleton University in Ottawa
Country: Canada
LAST AMERICAN EXIT: RESISTANCE AND CULTURAL CRITICISM IN CANADIAN POPULAR MUSIC
Author(s): Cheryl A. Boudreaux
Institution: Grand Valley State University
Country: USA
THE ART OF DEATH IN EVERYDAY LIFE

 

Wednesday September 24   (17:00 - 18:30)

Session 4A (Parallel sessions) - ROOM 1.1
Constructing artistic value

Chair: Bob Witkin

Author(s): Bob Witkin
Institution: University of Exeter
Country: United Kingdom
WHY IS THE NEW SO FLAT - WHY IS THE OLD SO ROUND?
Author(s): Maaria Linko
Institution: Department of Sociology, Open University
Country: Finland
JURIES AND DECISIONS. A NON-FICTION PRIZE AS A CASE OF THE PRODUCTION OF LITERARY VALUE
Author(s): Austin Harrington
Institution: University of Leeds
Country: United Kingdom
THREE POSITIONS ON THE PROBLEM OF AESTHETIC EVALUATION IN SOCIOLOGY OF THE ARTS
Author(s): Pascal Gielen
Institution: Catholic University of Leuven
Country: Belgium
ART AND NETWORKS

 

Wednesday September 24   (17:00 - 18:30)

Session 4B (Parallel sessions) - ROOM 1.2
Arts and technology

Chair: Jan Marontate

Author(s): Jan Marontate
Institution: Department of Sociology, Acadia University
Country: Canada
MUSIC IN THE 21ST CENTURY: DIGITAL RECORDING TECHNOLOGIES AND NEW MUSIC-MAKING PRACTICES
Author(s): Elena Martí Ciriquián
Institution: University of Alicante
Country: Spain
TECHNOLOGIES AND THE ARTS 
Author(s): Danila Bertasio
Institution: University of Urbino
Country: Italy
IS ART TRULY FOR EVERYBODY? BEAUTY CAUGHT BETWEEN INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE
Author(s): Jean-Paul Fourmentraux and Guy Bellavance
Institution: National Institute of Scientific Research 
Country: Canada
NEW MEDIA, NEW ECONOMY AND THE ARTS: ARTISTS, ENTREPRENEURS AND SCIENTISTS IN THE MULTIMEDIA INDUSTRY

 

Wednesday 24 September (19.00-20.30) - ROOM 1.1

Business Meeting 


Thursday September 25   (09:00 - 11:00) - ROOM 1.1

Session 5B (Parallel sessions)
Qualitative Methods in the Sociology of the Arts (Joint-session with the RN Qualitative Method)

 

Chair: Paul Atkinson

Author(s): Tom Cockburn
Institution: Department of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Bradford
Country: United Kingdom
ARTISTS IN SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH. IS IT SCIENCE? IS IT ART?
Author(s): Diane Grams and Michael Warr
Institution: Loyola University, Chicago
Country: USA
LEVERAGING ASSETS. HOW SMALL BUDGET ARTS ACTIVITIES BENEFIT NEIGHBORHOODS
Author(s): Eeva Luhtakallio
Institution: University of Helsinki
Country: Finland
FRAMING GENDER. ERVING GOFFMAN'S FRAME ANALYSIS IN THE STUDY OF VISUAL REPRESENTATIONS
Author(s): Wouter de Nooy 
Institution: Erasmus University Rotterdam
Country: The Netherlands
ARTISTIC CLASSIFICATIONS AS COLLECTIVE REPRESENTATIONS
Author(s): Laura Verdi
Institution: University of Padova
Country: Italy
THE CONTEXTS OF FRUITION OF ART. THE CASE OF PLACES AND NOPLACES

 

Thursday September 25   (09:00 - 11:00) - ROOM 1.2

Session 5B (Parallel sessions)
Taste and artistic consumption

Chair: Alain Quemin

Author(s): Alexander Vander Stichele
Institution: Catholic University of Leuven
Country: Belgium
THE CULTURAL OMNIVORE AND THE ETHOS OF AUTHENTICITY: A PERFECT MARRIAGE?
Author(s): Alain Quemin
Institution: Université de Marne-la-Vallée / LATTS (CNRS)
Country: France
THE LEADING COUNTRIES IN THE FIELD OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Author(s): Philippe Coulangeon
Institution: CNRS
Country: France
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND CULTURAL PARTICIPATION IN FIFTEEN COUNTRIES OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY
Author(s): Mirja Liikkanen
Institution: Statistics Finland
Country: Finland
TASTE, FANDOMHOOD AND CHOICES
Author(s): Ana Leticia Fialho
Institution: Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris
Country: France
IDENTITY AND TERRITORIAL REPRESENTATION IN CONTEMPORARY ART INSTITUTIONS: THE GAP BETWEEN DISCOURSE AND PRACTICES

Thursday September 25   (14.30-16.30) - ROOM 1.1

Session 6A (Parallel sessions)
Arts and the urban space

Chair: Arturo Rodríguez Morato

Author(s): Oleg V. Patchenkov
Institution: Centre for Independent Social Research (CISR)
Country: Russia
HOW TO CREATE THE NEW BRAND FOR THE "CULTURAL CAPITAL" OR ART SM-ENTREPRENEURS AND SOCIAL ACTIVITY (CASE OF ST. PETERSBURG AT THE EVE OF 300 YEARS CELEBRATION)
Author(s): Liisa Lindgren
Institution: University of Helsinki
Country: Finland
A SPECTACLE OF GRIEF
Author(s): Marta Herrero
Institution: University of Dublin
Country: Ireland
THE AESTHETICS OF EXHIBITION MAKING: IRISH ART ON DISPLAY
Author(s): Manuela Pérez
Institution: University of Alicante
Country: Spain
ARQUITECTURA Y CIUDAD: EL DESTIERRO DE LA CONCIENCIA. (IN SPANISH)
Author(s): Alek D. Epstein
Institution: Research Department, Shalem Center, Jerusalem; Department of Sociology and Political Science, Open University of Israel
Country: Israel
DECONSTRUCTING THE COLLECTIVE MEMORY VIS-À-VIS THE ZIONIST ETHOS

 

Thursday September 25   (14.30-16.30) - ROOM 1.2

Session 6B (Parallel sessions)
Outsider art: illegitimate or less legitimate art forms?

 Chair: Perti Alasuutari

Author(s): Terence McDonnell
Institution: Department of Sociology, Northwestern University
Country: USA
MANIPULATION AND THE MEDIA: ACT UP, PROTEST ART, AND LEGITIMACY
Author(s): Shuki Mairovich and Eva Illouz
Institution: Hebrew University
Country: Israel
UNDERSTANDING THE EMERGENCE OF A COUNTER-CULTURAL MOVEMENT
Author(s): Roberta Shapiro
Institution: Ministère de la Culture
Country: France
LA TRANSFIGURATION DU HIP-HOP PARADOXES DE L'INSTITUTIONNALISATION 
Author(s): Alejandro Romero Reche
Institution: University of Granada / Ramón Areces Foundation
Country: Spain
PRODUCING HUMOUR IN A POSTMODERN CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT
Author(s): Paul Balahur
Institution: "Al.I.Cuza"University
Country: Romania
"NIETZSCHE' SMILE" : NIETZSCHE' ESTHETICS AND THE POSTMODERN CULTURE

 


Friday September 26   (9.00-11.00) - ROOM 1.1

Session 7A (Parallel sessions)
Creativity and its social context

Chair: Georgina Born

Author(s): Georgina Born
Institution: Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Cambridge
Country: United Kingdom
ON SOCIAL CREATIVITY: ALFRED GELL'S ART AND AGENCY AND AFTER
Author(s): William Housley
Institution: School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University
Country: Wales, UK
VISIONS OF WALES: VISUAL ARTISTS AND CULTURAL FUTURES
Author(s): Miguel Ángel Hernández Navarro
Institution: Catholic University San Antonio
Country: Spain
THE END OF ART CRITICISM: DISLOCATING SYMBOLIC VIOLENCE IN THE AGE OF POSMEDIATION
Author(s): Steven P. Wainwright
Institution: King's College London
Country: United Kingdom
THE PAINTINGS OF GOYA AS NARRATIVES ON CITIZENSHIP AND THE VULNERABLE BODY
Author(s): Sergey Lebedev
Institution: Department of Social Philosophy, St-Petersburg State University
Country: Russia
CREATIVITY IN ITS SOCIAL CONTEXT: SOCIO-PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS OF INGENIOUSNESS

 

Friday September 26   (9.00-11.00) - ROOM 1.2

Session 7B (Parallel sessions)
Arts in the European context

Chair: Motti Regev

Author(s): Rudi Laermans
Institution: Catholic University Leuven
Country: Belgium
TOWARDS A NEW ARTISTIC REGIME?
Author(s): Geert de Vries and Christine Delhaye
Institution: Free University Amsterdam
Country: The Netherlands
THE POLITICS OF QUALITY CULTURAL POLICIES IN THE NETHERLANDS AFTER WW II
Author(s): Sari Karttunen
Institution: Statistics Finland
Country: Finland
THE INTERNATIONAL BREAKTHROUGH OF FINNISH PHOTOGRAPHY AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE PROFESSIONAL STATUS OF ARTISTS
Author(s): Nel van Dijk
Institution: Faculty of History and Studies of the Arts, Erasmus University
Country: The Netherlands
PROFESSIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF EUROPEAN ART CRITICS IN THE PERIOD 1900-1940
Author(s): Natalia Vesselkova and Elena Pryamikova
Institution: The Urals State University, the Urals State Pedagogical University
Country: Russia
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS OF ART AND BECOMING-ADULTS IN MODERN RUSSIA
Author(s): Asja Nina Kovacev
Institution: University of Ljubljana
Country: Slovenia
THE MEANINGS OF MASKS IN THE TRADITION OF DIFFERENT CULTURES

 

Friday September 26   (14.30-16.30) - ROOM 1.1

Session 8A (Parallel sessions)
Performance arts

Chair: Rudi Laermans

Author(s): Maria Gornostaeva
Institution: Institute of the socio-political studies of the Russian academy of science
Country: Russia
PERFORMANCE ART AS AN EXPRESSION OF THE CONFLICT BETWEEN VISUAL CIVILIZATION AND BODILY CULTURE
Author(s): Marcelo Puttini and Pedro Jabur
Institution: Universidade de Brasília
Country: Brazil
THE GUILLOTINE, THE CIRCUS AND CONTEMPORARY ART
Author(s): Asja Nina Kovacev
Institution: University of Ljubljana
Country: Slovenia
RITUAL ORIGINS AND SOCIAL FUNCTIONS OF THEATRICAL REPRESENTATIONS
Author(s): Alessandra Testoni
Institution:
Country: Italy
THÉÂTRE "GLOCAL": LE NON LIEU DU THÉÂTRE
Author(s): Andrey V. Khudenko
Institution: Odessa National University, Institute of the Social Science, Department of Sociology South-Ukraine 
Country: Ukraine
THE GIFT OF SPECTACLE
Author(s): Serge Proust
Institution: University of Rouen - Department of Sociology
Country: France
THE USE OF CLASSICAL PLAYS AND THE AUTONOMISATION OF THE THEATRE FIELD

 

Friday September 26   (14.30-16.30) - ROOM 1.2

Session 8B (Parallel sessions)
Culture and the arts

Chair: Maaria Linko

Author(s): Tomaz Krpic
Institution: Faculty of Social Sciences, Ljubljana University
Country: Slovenija
AESTHETIC RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HUMAN BODY AND CULTURAL OBJECT
Author(s): Sari Taimela
Institution: Research Centre for Contemporary Culture, University of Jyväskylä
Country: Finland
EXPRESSING LONELINESS IN UNPUBLISHED AMATEUR POETRY
Author(s): Steven P. Wainwright
Institution: King's College London
Country: United Kingdom
PIERRE BOURDIEU AND J. M. W. TURNER: SOME REFLECTIONS ON THE BODY AND VULNERABILITY SOCIAL SCIENCE BEYOND BOURDIEU
Author(s): Jacqueline Adams
Institution: Hong Kong Baptist University
Country: China
ART AS A SYMBOL: THE ARPILLERAS OF WORKING CLASS WOMEN AND THE RELATIVES OF THE DISAPPEARED IN PINOCHET'S CHILE