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Sociology Of Art
Research Committee 37
ISA
December 201

Ana Lúcia Teixeira & Laia Falcón, Editors
Sociology Of Art
Research Committee 37
ISA
Ana Lúcia Teixeira, Federal University of São Paulo

Ana Lúcia Teixeira has PhD in Sociology of Culture (2009) and she is Associated Professor since 2010 at the Federal University of São Paulo, in Brazil, where she teaches and researches in the field of Sociology of Culture, Sociology of Litterature, modernism and modernities studies, foundations of sociological analysis of the literature and sociological theory. Her published works include “Álvaro de Campos, ele mesmo: emergência do sujeito literário na semiperiferia da cena moderna”, “Ah o grande cais donde partimos em navios-nações: Apontamentos sobre um sentido político para a discussão estética do Modernismo português”, “Histoire du Portugal par Coeur: Síntese entre sonho e crítica política nas linhas de Almada Negreiros”, “A Letra e o Mito: contribuições de Pau Brasil para a consagração bandeirante nos anos 1920” and “Nacionalismo em verso e prosa: a Modernidade almejada no contexto do Modernismo paulista”.

           Laia Falcón, Complutense University of Madrid

PhD Dr. in Sociology of Art (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris 3) and PhD Dr. in Media and Communication (Universidad Complutense of Madrid), Laia Falcón is Assistant Professor at the Mass Media Departement-CAVP1 of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid in Spain. Her main fields of research and teaching are Music Aesthetics in Communication and Narrative Arts, Character Building from Artistic and Sociological Approaches, Media and Advertising Literacy, Art Direction and Film Direction. As specialist on the social and artistic evolution of musical and stage building of characters through History, she holds an artistic career as a soprano as a very important part of her academic and research profile: In 2008, as winner of the Best Performer Prize of the Mozarteum, she performed in the official agenda of the Salzburg Festpiele. In 2009 she performed the role of Carmen in a new production of the operatic myth commanded by Teatro Real of Madrid to Spanish composer David del Puerto. Since then she has performed as soloist in recitals and productions in some of the most representative concert halls in Europe, such as Toscanini’s Hall at Teatro alla Scala of Milan, La Biennale di Venezia, the Mozarteum Grosser Saal at Salzburg, or DeSingel of Amberes.
































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