In this 10th SIMM-podcast episode Lukas Pairon interviews Inês Lamela (01:54->13:33) and Graça Mota (13:35->28:29) from Portugal, Aine Mangaoang (28:31->43:09) from Ireland who is now living and working in Norway, and Ailbhe Kenny (43:11->54:23) from Ireland. We discuss with them about research on music programmes in detention.
One previous episode of the SIMM-podcast already treated these topics: In the 3rd episode we interviewed John Speyer, Mary Cohen and André de Quadros.
This subject was also discussed during two sessions at the 5th SIMM-posium with the Brussels-based Bozar (on 26th January and on 2nd February 2021) of which recordings can be found on the website of SIMM.
The reason why we propose another podcast-episode on this topic is this: During this year’s 4th SIMM-seminar from 6 to 9th December at the Porto University College CIPEM, we will during 4 days bring together a small group of up to 20 scholars doing research on music programmes in detention. Experienced facilitators will allow the participants to share their research experiences, ideas and methodologies. 3 of those facilitators are being interviewed during this podcast episode: Graça Mota, Ines Lamela and Ailbhe Kenny.
Referenced during this podcast-episode: Casa da Musica Porto, CIPEM, Mary Cohen, SIMM-issue of Musicae Scientiae, SIMM-seminar #4 Porto, Mariusz Radwanski, Rite of Spring in Portuguese Prison
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