Anita Jóri

Lehrbeauftragte Medientheorie

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Anita Jóri is a guest lecturer at the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK). She graduated at Eötvös Loránd University in 2010, where she received her M.A. degrees in history and applied linguistics. She is currently writing her PhD thesis entitled „The discourse community of electronic/dance music“. She studied in Prague (Czech Republic) and Vilnius (Lithuania) as well. Anita is also a project coordinator at the Vilém Flusser Archive (UdK) and a research assistant at the Macromedia University of Applied Sciences.

Visual and Artifact Analysis through the Example of Electronic Music

 

1. How to analyse texts, images, video clips and technological artifacts using various analytical techniques. Examples are taken from the field of electronic music, e.g. music videos, Internet blogs, flyers, posters, album covers, instruments, etc.

The first classes will introduce the history of electronic music and the basic concepts, theories, and techniques of text and visual analysis. Later courses will give additional approaches to artifact analysis and consider in more depth in the function and meaning of instruments, interfaces, sound and light technology.

Students are encouraged but not required to bring sample data from their own areas of interest.

The seminar language is English.

 

2. Dates (Tuesdays)

19/04/2016 – 10:00-17:00

10/05/2016 – 10:00-17:00

31/05/2016 – 10:00-17:00

14/06/2016 – 10:00-17:00

 

3. Requirements
- a presentation (20-25 min) – more people will work together on one topic and present it
together (part of the team will work on the theoretical part, part of it on the case study/example)
- a scientific paper (5-7 pages) – deadline: 15/07/2016 (the title and the main idea should be
ready till 14/06/2016)

 

Visual and Artifact Analysis through the Example of Electronic Music
1. How to analyse texts, images, video clips and technological artifacts using various analytical techniques. Examples are taken from the field of electronic music, e.g. music videos, Internet blogs, flyers, posters, album covers, instruments, etc.

The first classes will introduce the history of electronic music and the basic concepts, theories, and techniques of text and visual analysis. Later courses will give additional approaches to artifact analysis and consider in more depth in the function and meaning of instruments, interfaces, sound and light technology.

Students are encouraged but not required to bring sample data from their own areas of interest.

The seminar language is English.
2. Dates (Tuesdays)

26/04/2016 – 10:00-17:00

17/05/2016 – 10:00-17:00

07/06/2016 – 10:00-17:00

21/06/2016 – 10:00-17:00

 

3. Requirements
- a presentation (20-25 min) – more people will work together on one topic and present it
together (part of the team will work on the theoretical part, part of it on the case study/example)
- a scientific paper (5-7 pages) – deadline: 15/07/2016 (the title and the main idea should be
ready till 21/06/2016)

 

I. Publications in Hungarian

1. Jóri, Anita (2011) Az elektronikus zene szaknyelve és az internet. In: Kiss Zoltán – Ladányi Mária – Petykó Márton (eds.) A pszicholingvisztikától a beszéd-technológiáig. Tanulmányok az alkalmazott nyelvészet hagyományos és új témaköreiből. Budapest: Tinta Könyvkiadó. 59-66.

Translation of the title: [The Terminology of Electronic Music and the Internet]

 

2. Jóri, Anita (2012) „Hiányolom a szeparált highpass filtert az envelope controller filter device-ból.“ Az elektronikus zene szaknyelvéről dióhéjban. In: Gecső Tamás – Sárdi Csilla (szerk.) Nyelvi funkciók – stílus és kapcsolat. Budapest: Tinta Könyvkiadó. 139-145.

Translation of the title: [„I miss the separated high-pass filter from the controller filter device.“ - About the Terminology of Electronic Music In a Nutshell]

 

3. Jóri, Anita (2013) „A Facebook, a MySpace vagy a Last.fm? Hol attendingoljam magam az eseményre?“ – Avagy a közösségi portálok nyelvhasználata. In: Gecső Tamás – Sárdi Csilla (szerk.) Az interkulturális kommunikáció elmélete és gyakorlata. Budapest: Tinta Könyvkiadó. 127-132.

Translation of the title: [„Facebook, MySpace or Last.fm? Where Should I Attend Myself To the Event?“ – About The Language Using of Social Networks]

 

4. Jóri Anita (2012) A modern elektronikus zene szaknyelve egy alkalmazott nyelvészeti kutatás tükrében. In: Tudomány-Felsőfokon 2011-2012. 33 kiváló szakdolgozat. Szárliget: Új Tudós Kiadó. CD-ROM.

Translation of the title: [„The Terminology of Modern Electronic Music through an Applied Linguistic Research.“]

 

5. Jóri, Anita (2013) Multimediális szövegek az elektronikus zene világában. In: Gecső Tamás – Sárdi Csilla (szerk.) Nyelvhasználat a médiában. Budapest: Tinta Könyvkiadó. 84-92.

Translation of the title: [Multimodal Texts in the World of Electronic Music]

 

6. Jóri, Anita (2013) Kihívások az elektronikus zene szaknyelvében. In Veszelszki Ágnes – Lengyel Klára (szerk.) Tudomány, technolektus, terminológia. A tudományok, szakmák nyelve. Budapest: Éghajlat Könyvkiadó. 335–344.

Translation of the title: [Challenges in the Terminology of Electronic Music]

 

7. Co-editor of Huszár Ágnes (ed) (2013) A gendernyelvészet horizontja. Nyelvészeti Doktorandusz Füzetek 9. Pécs

Translation of the title: [Horizons of Gender Linguistics]

 

8. Jóri, Anita (2013) Az elektronikus zene szaknyelvének nyelvpolitikai kérdései. In: Kassai Ilona (szerk.) A nyelvújítás mint nyelvpolitikai aktus. 73–78.

 

9. Jóri, Anita – Folmeg, Márta (eds.) (2015) Világ és nyelv szenvedellyel. Budapest: Tinta könyviadó.

 

10. Jóri, Anita (2015) A metaforikus nyelvi kifejezések vizsgálata a “funkkal szaggatott androidtechno” területén. In: Jóri, Anita – Folmeg, Márta (eds.) Világ és nyelv szenvedellyel. Budapest: Tinta könyviadó. 288–297.

 

II. Publication in English and German

1. Jóri, Anita (2012) Electronic Music from a Linguistic Point of View. (in PLUG – Conference Handbook)

2. Wickström, David-Emil – Lücke, Martin – Jóri Anita (2015) Not without music business. The higher education of musicians and music industry workers in Germany. International Journal of Music Business Research, Vol 4, No. 1. 55–88.

 

III. Conference presentations in Hungarian

1. 18/10/2010 – Applied Linguistics Conference organized by Eötvös Loránd University and Kodolányi János Collage (Budapest): „Hiányolom a szeparált highpass filtert az envelope controller filter device-ból.“ – Az elektronikus zene szaknyelvéről dióhéjban.

Translation of the title: [„I miss the separated high-pass filter from the controller filter device.“ - About the Electronic Music Terminology In a Nutshell]

 

2. 4/12/2010 – Conference of Applied Linguistic Students at Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest):

Translation of the title: The Modern Electronic Music Through the Eyes of an Applied Linguist

 

3. 24/10/2011 – Applied Linguistics Conference organized by Eötvös Loránd University and Kodolányi János Collage (Budapest): „A Facebook, a MySpace vagy a Last.fm? Hol attendingoljam magam az eseményre?“ – Avagy a közösségi portálok nyelvhasználata.

Translation of the title: [„Facebook, MySpace or Last.fm? Where Should I Attend Myself To the Event?“ – About The Language Using of Social Networks]

 

4. 29/10/2012 – Applied Linguistics Conference organized by Eötvös Loránd University and Kodolányi János Collage (Budapest): „Multimediális szövegek elektronikus zene világában.“

Translation of the title: [„Multimodal Texts in the World of Electronic Music“]

 

5. 20/11/2012 – Discourse about the technical Discourse conference organized by Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest): „Challenges in the Terminology of Electronic Music“

 

IV. Conference presentations in English

1. 4/11/2011 – Techno-Ecologies (Riga, Latvia): Presentation on The Vilém Flusser Archive.

 

2. 23/2/2012 – PLUG – European Electronic Music Conference (Berlin): Electronic Music from a Linguist’s Aspect

 

3. 3/7/2012 – Colloquium Sound & Sensory Studies, at Sound Studies Lab  (Humbold-Universität zu Berlin): „Route the signal sources to different paths.” – An Excursion Through Electronic Music Terminology

 

4. 29/09/2015 – Young Scholars’ Workshop at the Vienna Music Business Research Days. “Techno language. Understanding a discourse community.” 

 

V. Electronic publications in English

1. 11/07/2012, On the Discourse Community of Electronic Music  http://www.soundstudieslab.org/on-the-discourse-community-of-electronic-music/

 

2. 27/09/2012, On the Discourse Community of Electronic Music II.  http://www.soundstudieslab.org/on-the-discourse-community-of-electronic-music-ii/

 

3. 18/12/2012, On the Discourse Community of Electronic Music III.

http://www.soundstudieslab.org/on-the-discourse-community-of-electronic-music-iii/

 

VI. Panel discussions

27/05/2015 – The survival of electronic music. – Moderation. Panelists: Szilvia Lednitzky, Martin Maischein, Brian May, Dr. Botond Vitos. Location: Kantine am Berghain, Berlin.

 

11/10/2015 – Women in electronic music. Moderation. Panelists: Jessica Ekomane, Arielle Fischer, Peter Kirn. Location: Kantine am Berghain, Berlin.