(Femke) F Vandenberg

(Femke) F Vandenberg
PhD candidate Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Arts and Culture Studies
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
M7-05
Email
vandenberg@eshcc.eur.nl
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Femke Vandenberg is a PhD candidate and lecturer at the Department of Arts and Culture Studies at Erasmus University, Rotterdam. 

Her PhD research into the Aesthetic Dispositions of Cultural Audiences is part of the Erasmus Initiative Vital Cities and Citizens. Its primary focus is on the experience of live music for different cultural audiences. As a cultural sociologist, she is interested in the role music plays in society, focusing on the collective values of live music. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, her research has branched out to explore the growing domain of live music online, analysing the potential of livestreamed concerts in establishing the social components of live music for various audiences.  

Femke studied at the Crawford College of Art & Design in Cork, Ireland, obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree (cum laude) in Fine Art (2014). After working as a practising artist for a year, she went on to a Pre-Master and subsequent Masters in Arts, Culture and Society at the Erasmus University, graduating in 2017.

  • Pauwke Berkers, Julian Schaap, Femke Vandenberg, Rick Everts, Britt Swartjes, Didier Goossens, Michael Berghman & Frank Kimenai (2021) - Muziek als medicijn tegen maatschappelijke kwalen? - Sociologie magazine, 29 (1), 6-9

  • Femke Vandenberg (2018) - Het sociale Lichaam Blootgelegd - Sociologie, 14(2/3), 243-247

  • Femke Vandenberg, Michael Berghman & Koen Eijck (2019) - A Taste for Collective Effervescence: A study into the taste patterns of the national music consumer
  • Femke Vandenberg, Michael Berghman & Koen Eijck (2019) - A Taste for Collective Effervescence
  • Femke Vandenberg (2018) - Boundary-work of the 'illigitimate' Cultural Cunsumer
  • Femke Vandenberg, Michael Berghman & Koen Eijck (2018) - Sing, fight, cry, pray, laugh, work and admire”: Taste Patterns of the 'Illegitimate' Cultural Consumer
  • Femke Vandenberg (2018) - Taste Patterns of the 'Illegitimate' Cultural Consumer
  • Femke Vandenberg (2018) - A study into the illegitimate cultural consumer
  • Femke Vandenberg & Julian Schaap (2017) - ‘Any Irish MC’s out there?’ Negotiating class, nationality, masculinity and whiteness in the virtual Irish rap scene

  • Femke Vandenberg, Michael Berghman & Koen Eijck (2020) - "Walk on clogs and just act normal": defining collectivity in Dutch domestic music - 115th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association

Research Master Seminar

Year
2020
Year Level
MA-1, MA-2
Course Code
CS5015

Sociology of Arts and Culture

Year
2020
Year Level
Pre-master, BA-1, BA-1, Pre-master
Course Code
CC1003

Contemp. Appr. in Cult. Soc.

Year
2020
Year Level
BA-2, BA-2
Course Code
CC2005

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