The “Anchor Point” Theory of Action: Music, time and space among the Kotas of South India
"A black cow leads the members of a South Indian hill tribe, the Kotas, to the Nilgiri Hills and, with its hoof, indicates where to found each village. This footprint acts as a moral center of gravity, an important place for music-making, dancing, and other rituals. Places such as this, and moments in time, serve as physical and moral "anchors" for the Kota community. In this book, Richard K. Wolf explores how the Kotas "anchor" their musical and other activities around places and significant moments in time and, in the process, constitute themselves as individuals and as a group." (aus: Wolf, Richard K.: "The Black Cow's Footprint: Time, Space, And Music In The Lives Of The Kotas Of South India", Illinois, 2006: University Of Illinois Press)
Der Vortrag wird in englischer Sprache gehalten
Wann: Montag, 22.06.2009, 18-20 Uhr c.t.
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