Maria José Artiaga

Maria José Artiaga

Biography:

Maria José Artiaga studied Musicology at the universities of Lisbon (Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities), Berlin (Freie Universität) and London (Royal Holloway) where she graduated with a PhD Thesis on Continuity and Change in Three Decades of Portuguese Musical Life  1870 – 1900. She has taught at Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa where she was Chair of the Department on Language and Arts. Presently she is a research fellow at CESEM – Centre for the Study of the Sociology and Aesthetics of Music at Lisbon, Nova University, and a member of the Research Group on Music in the modern period. Her publications and research main topics include subjects on 19th century Portuguese music, having participated in scientific funded projects, such as “Theater of Laughter”: Musical Comedy in Portuguese-speaking Theaters (1849-1900), “Music in-between: the ‘orfeonismo´ movement and choral singing in Portugal (1880-2012)” and “Euterpe unveiled: Women in Portuguese musical creation and interpretation during the 20th and 21st centuries”.

Publications and other outputs:

“Josephine Amann, uma Maestrina entre a Europa, os Estados Unidos e Portugal na 2ª Metade do Século XIX”. In Maria Graciete Besse, Maria Araújo da Silva, Ana Paula Coutinho, Fátima Outeirinho (coord.) Exiliance au Fémin dans le Monde Lusophone (XXe – XXIe siècles). Paris: Editions Hispaniques, 2017, Collection “Littérature lusophone”, pp. 291-299. (ISBN: 978-285355-095-6).

“Deconstructing the national: the operetta Maria da Fonte”. In Michela Niccolai and Clair Rowden (ed.). Musical Theatre in Europe 1830-1945. ‘Speculum Musicae, 30’. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2017, pp. 387-401 (ISBN: 978-2-503-57766-1).

“O Fado na composição erudita do final de oitocentos”. In Manuel Pedro Ferreira e Teresa Cascudo (coord.) Música e História: estudos em homenagem a Manuel Carlos de Brito. Lisboa: CESEM / Edições Colibri, 2017, pp. 383-402. (ISBN: 978-989-689-662-1).

“O início do canto em coro no contexto educativo português no século XIX: ideias e práticas”. In Maria do Rosário Pestana (coord.). Vozes ao Alto – Cantar em Coro em Portugal (1880-2014): protagonistas, contextos e percursos. Lisboa: MPMP, 2014, pp. 47-70. (ISBN: 978-989-98562-2-6).

“Aufbau eines ‘Estado Novo’: Die Rolle des Faches ‘Chorgesang’, in Hans-Werner Heister (hrsg.), Antimoderne, Faschismus, modernisierte Reaktion, Berlin: Weidler Buchverlag, 2005, pp. 81-88. (3-89693-434-1).

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“Deconstructing the national, the operetta Maria da Fonte”. In Michela Niccolai and Clair Rowden (ed.). Musical Theatre in Europe 1830-1945. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols (in press).

“O Fado na composição erudita do final de oitocentos”. In Manuel Pedro Ferreira (coord.). Festschrift Manuel Carlos De Brito. Lisboa: CESEM (in press).

“O início do canto em coro no contexto educativo português no século XIX: ideias e práticas”. In Maria do Rosário Pestana (coord.). Vozes ao Alto – Cantar em Coro em Portugal (1880-2014): protagonistas, contextos e percursos. Lisboa: MPMP, 2014, pp. 47-70. (ISBN: 978-989-98562-2-6).

“Aufbau eines ‘Estado Novo’: Die Rolle des Faches ‘Chorgesang’, in Hans-Werner Heister (hrsg.), Antimoderne, Faschismus, modernisierte Reaktion, Berlin: Weidler Buchverlag, 2005, pp. 81-88. (3-89693-434-1).