The 2020 MMRC Lecture
Dawn Chatty © private
Marko Kölbl © private
The MMRC Lecture is designed as a dialogic format in which the encounter of scholars from different disciplines combined with artistic input will allow unique and new perspectives on a common theme – this year on the issue of forced migration.
This year's lecture presents anthropologist Dawn Chatty (University of Oxford) as lecturer and ethnomusicologist Marko Kölbl (mdw - University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna) as respondent. Musical contributions will be presented by Salah Ammo (bouzouk and voice) and Bahram Ajezyar (tablas) & Milad Bakhtiyari (harmonium, voice).
Registration for attendance is required! Please send your registration to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, the event will be publicly broadcast as a live stream.
Salah Ammo (bouzouk and voice)
Ulrike Sych, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
Anthropological Reflections on Fortress Europe (Keynote Lecture)
Dawn Chatty, University of Oxford
A Response from Ethnomusicology
Marko Kölbl, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
Chaired by Ursula Hemetek, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
Bahram Ajezyar (tablas) & Milad Bakhtiyari (harmonium, voice)