Tags: / / /
 
Author:

Michael Fuhr is an ethnomusicologist and the managing director of the Center for World Music at University of Hildesheim. He received his MA in musicology, philosophy and art history from University of Cologne and his PhD from Heidelberg University. His research interests include issues of identity and globalization, (Korean) popular music, aesthetics, cultural theory, and the history of ethnomusicology. He is the author of Popular Music and Aesthetics: The Historic-philosophical Reconstruction of Disdain (transcript, 2007), in German, and Globalization and Popular Music in South Korea: Sounding Out K-Pop (Routledge, 2015), and co-author of Asian Pop Music in Cosmopolitan Europe: K-Pop Fandom in the Age of Globalisation (Routledge, forthc.).

Print This Article                   

Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.