Yodeling “Heidi”

Música tradicional da Suíça na produção radiofônica internacional

Palavras-chave: Suíça, Música, Heidi, Yodeling, Transmissão de rádio, Antropologia da mídia, História da guerra fria

Resumo

Este artigo trata da Rádio Internacional da Suíça e a mediação transcultural da cultura da Suíça durante a Guerra Fria. Ele se concentrará na estratégia política e estética da Rádio Internacional da Suíça e na maneira como a Suíça foi representada no exterior, usando o exemplo do Serviço Árabe da Rádio Suíça Internacional e sua adaptação do famoso romance “Heidi” pela autora suíça Johanna Spyri.

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Biografia do Autor

Patricia Jäggi, Universidade de Lucerne

Patricia Jäggi is a research associate at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Lucerne – Music, and works in the fields of Anthropology of Sound, Listening and the Senses, Sound Studies, and Sound Art. Currently she is working on an SNSF-funded project on practices of aural perception, meaning-making, and audio recording in field ornithology, avian bioacoustics, and environmental sound art. She is part of the curatorial team of “Radiophonic Spaces”, an exhibition and database about radio art (Tinguely Museum, Basel; Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; currently: Bauhaus-Universität Weimar). Jäggi completed her PhD-studies in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Basel in 2017, during which time she was a research fellow at the Institute for Media and Music studies at Humboldt University Berlin. Her thesis deals with cultural politics, sonic aesthetics, and subversive listening in international radio broadcasting during the Cold War. This exploration of post-war transnational narratives included the Arabic «Heidi» radio series. Jäggi holds an MA in Cultural Analysis and Comparative Literature Studies from the University of Zürich, and a BA in German Language and Literature and History of Art from the University of Berne.

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2019-07-05
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