Aniarani Andita

Aniarani Andita

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    Personal profile

    Research interests

    My main research interest is the intersection between music (especially Western classical music) and postcolonialism in past and present Indonesia.

    Personal profile

    PhD title: "The colonial histories and contemporary practices of Western classical music in Indonesia: the cases of Jakarta, Bandung, and Yogyakarta"

    Teaching

    Teaching assistant MU2003 Studies in Ethnomusicology (2020/2021)

    Teaching assistant MU1116 Introduction to World Music (2020/2021)

    Educational background

    PhD, Department of Music, Royal Holloway University of London (2018-present)

    PhD title "The colonial histories and contemporary practices of Western classical music in Indonesia: the cases of Jakarta, Bandung, and Yogyakarta: 

    MA, Musicology, Utrecht University (2016-2018)

    Dissertation "Nationalism and national culture in Indonesian art music and performances (1900-2018): reflections from postcolonial perspectives)

    BA, Music Studies and Specialist Music Studies, University of Western Australia (2013-2016) 

    Bachelor, Regional and City Planning, Institut Teknologi Bandung (2003-2008)

     

    Other work

    Aniarani Andita and Aditi Krishna, "Review of 'British Forum for Ethnomusicology (BFE) Annual Conference, 8-11 April 2021," Asian and European Music Research Journal (2017) 7:106-108

    Aniarani Andita, “Mae Mai. Produced by Jon Silpayamanant. Written in English. URL: https://silpayamanant.wordpress.com/” Yearbook for Traditional Music (2022) 1: 93-95

    Education/Academic qualification

    Musicology, MA, Utrecht University

    Award Date: 1 Oct 2018

    Music Studies, BA, University of Western Australia

    Award Date: 11 Mar 2016