SELECTED PUBLICATIONS MARKO KÖLBL


Edited publications

In preparation: Kölbl, M., Sağlam H. Music, Minorities and Gender. Intersections (= klanglese Vol. 11). Vienna: IVE.

Hemetek, Ursula, Kölbl. M., Sağlam H. (eds). (2019). Ethnomusicology Matters. Influencing Political Realities (Music Traditions Vol. 1). Vienna, Cologne, Weimar: Böhlau.

Kölbl, M., Pietsch, R., Sağlam, H. (2016). Treasures of Fieldwork. A Selection of Ursula Hemetek’s Field Recordings (Tondokumente zur Volksmusik in Österreich Vol. 8): Vienna: IVE.

Hemetek, U., Kölbl, M., Mayrlechner, D., Sağlam, H. (2015). Traditionelle Musik. Überliefern – Verhandeln – Vermitteln (klanglese Vol. 10). Wien: IVE.
 

Articles and book contributions

In preparation (peer-review process finished, final paper accepted): Klänge, Körper, ethnische Markierungen. Othering und Interdependenz in migrantischen Musikkontexten. In: Anke Charton, Björn Dornbusch, Kordula Knaus (eds.): Intersektionalität und Medialität im gegenwärtigen Musikbetrieb (= Jahrbuch Musik und Gender Vol. 12). Hildesheim, Zürich, New York: Olms.

In preparation (peer-review process finished, final paper accepted): Gender Performativity in Croatian Laments. In: Yoshitaka Terada (ed.), Proceedings of the 8th Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Music and Minorities. Osaka: Minpaku National Museum.

In preparation: Kölbl, M. Grieving Femininities. Croatian Laments between Subversion and Confirmation of Gender“. In: Tatjana Marković (ed.), Herstory in Southeast Europe. Vienna: Hollitzer Wissenschaftsverlag.

Kölbl, M. (2015). Identität überliefern. Musikvermittlung bei den Burgenländischen KroatInnen. In: Ursula Hemetek, Marko Kölbl, Daniela Mayrlechner and Hande Sağlam (eds.), Traditionelle Musik. Überliefern – Verhandeln – Vermitteln (= klanglese 10). Vienna: IVE, 125-147.

Kölbl, M. Grieving Femininities. Croatian Laments between Subversion and Confirmation of Gender“. In: Tatjana Marković (ed.), Herstory in Southeast Europe. Vienna: Hollitzer Wissenschaftsverlag (in peparation).

Kölbl, M. (2019). Musik, Tanz und Flucht. In: Wien Wissen, Forschungsjournal der Stadt Wien

Kölbl, M. (2018). Musik, Gender und Migration. In: genderstudies, Zeitschrift des interdisziplinären Zentrums für Geschlechterforschung der Universität Bern

Kölbl, M. (2018). Funeral Laments and Schlager Songs. Changes and Developments in Burgenland Croatian Music. In: Daniel Ender und Christoph Flamm (eds.), Voices of Identities. Vocal Music and De/con/struction of Communities in the Former Habsburg Areas. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 79-99.

Kölbl, M. (2017). Koliko smo toliko smo – We Are What We Are. Music, Dance, and Cultural Memory from Below. In: Best of isa Science. An Interdisciplinary Collection of Essays on Music and Art. Vienna: Hollitzer Verlag, 71-89.

Kölbl, M. (2016). “Und sie singen tatsächlich noch immer … Aufnahmen burgenlandkroatischer Musik von Ursula Hemetek – And indeed, they still sing … Recordings of Burgenland-Croatian Music by Ursula Hemetek”. In: Marko Kölbl, Rudolf Pietsch and Hande Sağlam (eds.), Treasures of Fieldwork. A Selection of Ursula Hemetek’s Field Recordings (Tondokumente zur Volksmusik in Österreich Vol. 8). CD with scholarly booklet. Vienna: IVE, 16-35.

Kölbl, M. (2015). Noch schöner ist es, die alte Mutter klagen zu hören… Totenklage in Stinatz – Još je lipše čuti, staru majku javkat… Tradicija javkanja u Stinjaki. In: Gerlinde Stern-Pauer (ed.), Wissenschaftliche Aufsätze der Burgenlandkroatinnen und -kroaten – Znanstveni članki gradišćanskih hrvatic i hrvatov. Veliki Borištof/Großwarasdorf: KUGA, 105-119.

Kölbl, M. (2015). Identität überliefern. Musikvermittlung bei den Burgenländischen KroatInnen. In: Ursula Hemetek, Marko Kölbl, Daniela Mayrlechner and Hande Sağlam (eds.), Traditionelle Musik. Überliefern – Verhandeln – Vermitteln (= klanglese 10). Vienna: IVE, 125-147.
 

Reviews

2015. Andreas Gebesmair, Anja Brunner u. Regina Sperlich: Balkanboom! Eine Geschichte der Balkanmusik in Österreich (Musik und Gesellschaft 34). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang 2014. In: Jahrbuch des Österreichischen Volksliedwerks, Vol. 64. Vienna: milletre Verlag, 258-260.
 

Conference Papers

2019

Higher Music Education and Music as Work in the Zeitgeist of #MeToo and “Decolonise My Curriculum”. Round table with Maiko Kawabata, Rosa Reitsamer and Christina Scharff. isaScience 2019 Conference. Reichenau an der Rax, Austria.

Sound survivals: Affective structures of musical (self)care and solidarity across borders. Round table with Evrim Hikmet Öǧüt and Ana Hofman. 45th ICTM World Conference. Bangkok, Thailand.

2018

Queering Minority Research in Ethnomusicology. Panel with Rasika Ajotikar and Cornelia Gruber. Joint Symposium of the ICTM Study Groups on Music and Minorities and Music and Gender. Vienna, Austria.

2017

The Sonic Dimension of Gender. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Voice in the Post-Yugoslav Area. Panel with Tatiana Marković. 32nd European Seminar in Ethnomusicology Tbilisi State Conservatoire, Tbilisi, Georgia.

Music and Forced Migration. Panel with Evrim Hikmet Öğüt. isaScience, 26th International Summer Academy. Semmering, Austria.

Voice in Theoretical Networks: The Sonic Dimension of Gender in Opera, Pop, and Traditional Music. Panel with Miško Šuvaković, Ana Petrov, Tatjana Marković. isaScience, 26th International Summer Academy. Semmering, Austria.

Rethinking Language and Discourses on Gender and “Feminism” in Ethnomusicology: Global Contexts, Scholarly Trends and Future Directions. Panel with Anna Hoefnagels, Rasika Ajotikar, Laila Rosa. 44th ICTM World Conference University of Limerick, Ireland.

Analytically Queer: Queering Non-Queer Scenarios of Music and Dance. 1st Symposium of the LGBTQ+ Music Study Group “Music – Queer – Intersections”. Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, United Kingdom.

2016

Bis der Tod uns (unter)scheidet. Totenklagen als geschlechterperformative Praxis. 4th Annual Meeting of the Gender Studies Association Austria. Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria.

Autorität der Norm. Geschlecht in Musik und Tanz. Colloquium of the ICTM National Committees of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland.

Ritual Crying and Gender Constitution. The Performative Power of Croatian Laments. isaScience, 25th International Summer Academy. Reichenau/Rax, Austria.

The Eurovision Song Contest as a European Ritual. Panel discussion with Dean Vuletic, Ivan Raykoff und Magdalena Fürnkranz. isaScience, 25th International Summer Academy Reichenau/Rax, Austria.

EnGendering the Field. Surveying Gender and Queer Approaches in Ethnomusicology. With Cornelia Gruber (Hannover Univ. of Music, Drama and Media). ICTM Study Group Meeting on Music and Gender. Bern University, Switzerland.

Crying for the dead. Methodology and Theory in the Frame of Minority Research. ICTM Joint Annual Meeting of the Hungarian and Austrian National Committees. Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary.

Grieving Femininities. Croatian Laments between Subversion and Confirmation of Gender. International and interdisciplinary round table: Herstory in Southeast Europe, Southeast European Studies IV: Music, Theatre, Culture. Don Juan Archive Vienna, Austria.

2015

Gendered Moves. Geschlechterdifferenz am Dancefloor. 3rd Annual Meeting of the Gender Studies Association Austria. University Klagenfurt, Austria.

Singing Pain. Lament as an Individual Expression of Grief. 31st European Seminar in Ethnomusicology. University of Limerick, Ireland.

Minorities and Cultural Memory. The Burgenland Croats. Panel with Ursula Hemetek and Gerda Lechleitner. isaScience, 25th International Summer Academy. Reichenau/Rax, Austria.

Theorizing Gender in Ethnomusicology. Roundtable with Barbara Hampton, Anne Rasmussen and Elizabeth Tolbert, 43rd ICTM World Conference. Kazakh National University of Arts, Astana, Kazakhstan.

Cultural Empowerment and Gender Agency. Ethnomusicological Perspectives. 43rd ICTM World Conference. Kazakh National University of Arts, Astana, Kazakhstan.

2014

Identität überliefern. Zur Weitergabe von Musik bei den Burgenländischen KroatInnen. with Jelka Zeichmann-Kocsis. International Symposium „Traditionelle Musik: Von der Überlieferung zur Vermittung - Modelle und Methoden“ University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria.

Ne dajte me, majko, Nimcu niti Ugru. Croatian Heritage in the Austro-Hungarian Border Region. 9th International Symposium “Music in Society” Music Academy Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Totenklagen und Schlagerlieder. Entwicklungen in der traditionellen Musikpraxis der BurgenlandkroatInnen. Annual Meeting of the Austrian Society for Musicology, University of Klagenfurt, Austria.

What Should We Sing? Continuity and Discontinuity of Musical Forms and Genres among the Croatian Minority in Austria. 30th European Seminar in Ethnomusicology. Charles University Prague, Czech Republic.

Die Lieder der Anderen. Musik von Minderheiten in Österreich. Summer Academy of the Austrian Folk Song Association Gmunden am Traunsee, Austria.

Female Lamenting. Gender Aspects in a Croatian Lament Tradition. ICTM Study Group Meeting on Music and Minorities Minpaku National Museum for Ethnology, Osaka, Japan.

Work of Pain. Trauer und Geschlecht in kroatischen Totenklagen. EmuK Institute of Musicology, University of Vienna, Austria.

Lament amongst Croats in Burgenland and in Croatia. Remarks on a declining genre. ICTM Joint Meeting of the National Committees of Italy, Austria and Slovenia. Pulfero, Italy

2013

Još je lipše čuti staru majku javkat… Tradicija javkanja u Stinjaki. Lecture series of recent Burgenland Croatian research. KUGA Veliki Borištof/Großwarasdorf, Austria.

2012

Vocal Practices in Stinatz: Recent Fieldwork and Historical Sources. Panel with Ursula Hemetek and Hande Sağlam: “Field Research in Stinatz 1964-2011” ICTM Study Group Meeting on Historical Sources of Traditional Music. Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria.

2011

Javkat. A Lament Practice and its Implications. 41st ICTM World Conference. St. Johns Memorial University, St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada.