Fixing and Circulating the Popular

Ethnographies of Technology, Media, Archives and the Dissemination of Culture

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Kulturwissenschaftliche Technikforschung, Band 6
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2020. 164 Seiten, 13 Abbildungen s/w., 19 Farbabbildungen
ISBN 978-3-0340-1394-9
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Fixing and Circulating the Popular is a contribution to the fields of cultural anthropology/folklore studies, cultural studies, and media studies, exploring processes of appropriation and re-coding of popular culture in everyday life. The articles in this volume are inspired by the research approach of cultural analysis of technology (Kulturwissenschaftliche Technikforschung) and present new ethnographic case studies on techniques of collecting and distributing popular culture in the past and present, such as folk heritage collections, radio, and cultural policies building upon such media. They investigate love communication and mobile phone videos produced and distributed with smartphones and the use of geodata platforms.


ist wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Zentrum für Populäre Kultur und Musik der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg.


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ist Senior Scientist am Institut für Kulturanalyse der Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria.


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(1960–2018)
war Professor am Institut für Sozialanthropologie und Empirische Kulturwissenschaft der Universität Zürich und Leiter des Collegium Helveticum (UZH, ETHZ, ZHdK).


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  • Fixing and Circulating the Popular
    S. 7–16
  • Technology, Culture and the Everyday

    Technology Studies as the Study of Everyday Culture

    S. 17–34
  • Circulating “Swissness”

    The Construction of National Identity through Popular Music and the Impact of Technology

    S. 35–50
  • Investigations of Vernacular Architecture in Scandinavia in the 1920s
    S. 51–66
  • Transforming Superstition into Living Traditions

    Archiving and Circulating “Folk Medicine” in Switzerland

    S. 67–85
  • Walking – Clicking – Locating – Zooming

    Circulations of Spatial Practices through Navigational Geodata Platforms like Google Maps

    S. 87–106
  • “The Unique Moment”

    Camera Phone Videos Taken at Concerts

    S. 107–122
  • Constructing Ethnicity through ICT

    Visual Culture, Creativity and the Circulation of National Symbols in Postmigrant Youth Culture

    S. 123–142
  • Love Communication and Socio-Cultural Change

    From Love Letter to Love Message via Camera Phone Video

    S. 143–160