(Julian) JCF Schaap MSc

(Julian) JCF Schaap MSc
Assistant Professor Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Arts & Culture Studies
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Email
j.schaap@eshcc.eur.nl
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Julian Schaap (Rotterdam, 1988) is a postdoctoral researcher in cultural sociology at the Department of Public Administration and Sociology. His research focusses on stratification in cultural production and consumption practices. For more information, please see: www.julianschaap.com

Combining cognitive and cultural sociology with the sociology of ethno-racial/gender stratification, Julian studied the (re)production of whiteness and masculinity of rock music reception for his dissertation research. For this project, entitled ‘Elvis has finally left the building? Boundary work, whiteness and the reception of rock music in comparative perspective.’ he received grants…

Julian Schaap (Rotterdam, 1988) is a postdoctoral researcher in cultural sociology at the Department of Public Administration and Sociology. His research focusses on stratification in cultural production and consumption practices. For more information, please see: www.julianschaap.com

Combining cognitive and cultural sociology with the sociology of ethno-racial/gender stratification, Julian studied the (re)production of whiteness and masculinity of rock music reception for his dissertation research. For this project, entitled ‘Elvis has finally left the building? Boundary work, whiteness and the reception of rock music in comparative perspective.’ he received grants from NWO, Fulbright (for a visiting scholarship at Emory University, Atlanta, GA) and the Erasmus Trustfonds.

In 2018, Julian published a research monograph on gender inequality in metal music production, together with Dr. Pauwke Berkers (ESHCC).

Research interests: culture, stratification, health, popular music
Onderzoeksinteresses: cultuur, ongelijkheid, gezondheid, populaire muziek

 

        • J.C.F. Schaap (2019, maart 14). Elvis has finally left the building? The sociology of race/ethnicity and popular music. Codarts Rotterdam, Codarts Research Festival.
        • J.C.F. Schaap & P.P.L. Berkers (2019, maart 26). Gender inequality in metal music production. Universiteit Utrecht, Studievereniging Hucbald: Symposium on gender and music.
        • J.C.F. Schaap (2019, december 6). Diversity in music. Royal Conservatoire Den Haag, From Talk to Action: Diversity and Inclusion in the Conservatoire (symposium).
        • J.C.F. Schaap & P.P.L. Berkers (2018, juli 12). Gender Inequality in Metal Music Production. Rotterdam, Codarts Research Event.
        • J.C.F. Schaap (2013, mei 24). Op vakantie naar de loopgraven: 100 jaar slagveldtoerisme van 1914 tot nu. Maarn (Nederland), Studiedag Stichting Studiecentrum Eerste Wereldoorlog (SSEW).
        • P.P.L. Berkers & J.C.F. Schaap (2019). Gender Inequality in Metal Music Production: A Global Trend Analysis. Popkongress 2019: Passau (2019, februari 14 - 2019, februari 16).
        • G. Fonseca Pires, P.P.L. Berkers & J.C.F. Schaap (2019). “My question is more metal than yours!” Gender inequality in metal music journalism. 4th ISMMS biennial international Conference Locating Heavy Metal Music and Culture: Nantes (France) (2019, juli 17 - 2019, juli 20).
        • J.C.F. Schaap & P.P.L. Berkers (2018). Het oorverdovende gebrul van metal: Voer voor de wetenschap. Quoted in Trouw (Bart Braun) about scietific study of metal music.: (2018, november 4).
        • M.J. Berghman, J.C.F. Schaap & C.J.M. van Eijck (2018). Let Me Think About That – Developing a latency-based tool for the sociological study of cultural Taste. 10th midterm Conference of the European Sociological Association Research Networks Sociology of the Arts & Sociology of Culture: Malta (2018, september 4 - 2018, september 7).
        • P.P.L. Berkers & J.C.F. Schaap (2018). Interview Kat Katz metalzangers: ‘Ik was de intimidatie door mannen beu’. Quoted in NRC (Peter Ploeg) about gender inequality about music: (2018, december 13).
        • J.C.F. Schaap & P.P.L. Berkers (2018). Doing diversity or keeping homogeneity: Masculinity and whiteness in rock music classification. American Sociological Association (ASA) conference Feeling Race: Philadelphia, USA (2018, augustus 11 - 2018, augustus 14).
        • P.P.L. Berkers & J.C.F. Schaap (2018). Gender inequality in metal music production: A global trend analysis. Conference Keep it simple, make it fast! Gender, differences, identities and DIY cultures: Porto, Portugal (2018, juli 3 - 2018, juli 7).
        • P.P.L. Berkers & J.C.F. Schaap (2017). Zo weinig vrouwen kwamen er afgelopen jaar op de Nederlandse radio. Quoted in De Correspondent (Rufus Kain) about gender inequality about music: (2017, mei 18).
        • J.C.F. Schaap & P.P.L. Berkers (2017). Elvis has finally left the building? Gender, race-ethnicity and social marking in rock music classification. Conference Cultural Sociology Lowlands: Amsterdam (2017, juni 19 - 2017, juni 20).
        • F. Vandenberg & J.C.F. Schaap (2017). ‘Any Irish MC’s out there?’ Negotiating class, nationality, masculinity and whiteness in the virtual Irish rap scene. 2nd Annual IASPM Student Conference in Research in Music: Amsterdam (2017, juni 2).
        • J.C.F. Schaap & P.P.L. Berkers (2017). Gender inequality in metal music production. Conference Modern Heavy Metal: Markets, Practices and Cultures: Helsinki (2017, juni 28 - 2017, juni 30).
        • P.P.L. Berkers, T. Trinh Thanh & J.C.F. Schaap (2017). Hearing whiteness: Race, ethnicity and evaluation of rock music. 19th Biennial IASPM Conference: Kassel (2017, juni 26 - 2017, juni 30).
        • P.P.L. Berkers & J.C.F. Schaap (2017). From t(h)rash to profit : A history of the legitimation of metal music. 19th Biennial IASPM Conference: Kassel (2017, juni 26 - 2017, juni 30).
        • J.C.F. Schaap & P.P.L. Berkers (2016). (De)constructing a white male space: Gender, race-Ethnicity, and rock music in comparative perspective. American Sociological Association annual meeting: Seattle, United States (2016, augustus 19 - 2016, augustus 23).
        • P.P.L. Berkers, J.C.F. Schaap & F. Weij (2016). Guitar wielding women: gender inequality in metal music production in comparative perspective. Keep it simple, make it fast! DIY cultures, spaces & places: Porto, Portugal (2016, juli 17 - 2016, juli 21).
        • T. Trinh Thanh, P.P.L. Berkers & J.C.F. Schaap (2016). Hearing whiteness: race, ethnicity and the evaluation of rock music. Keep it simple, make it fast! DIY cultures, spaces & places: Porto, Portugal (2016, juli 15 - 2017, juli 22).
        • J.C.F. Schaap, J. van der Waal & W. de Koster (2016). The Merits of the Implicit Association Test for Sociological Research. Paper presented at American Sociological Association annual meeting: Seattle, United States (2016, augustus 19 - 2016, augustus 23).
        • J. Peters, S. Aupers & J.C.F. Schaap (2015). The bearable lightness of being, of “shit happens”. Hoe Nederlandse a-religieuzen omgaan met leven, lijden en dood. NSV Dag van de Sociologie: Amsterdam, the Netherlands (2015, mei 27).
        • J. Peters, S. Aupers & J.C.F. Schaap (2015). The bearable lightness of being or “shit happens”: How Dutch religious nones deal with life, death and suffering. 12th European Sociological Association Conference: Differences, Inequalities and the Sociological Imagination: Prague, Czech Republic (2015, augustus 25 - 2015, augustus 28).
        • J.C.F. Schaap (2015). (De)constructing a white space: Boundary work, whiteness and the reception of rock music in Rotterdam. 12th European Sociological Association Conference: Differences, Inequalities and the Sociological Imagination: Prague, Czech Republic (2015, augustus 25 - 2015, augustus 28).
        • J.C.F. Schaap (2015). (De)constructing a white space: Boundary work, whiteness and the reception of rock music in Rotterdam. The porous walls of fortress Europe: Contemporary media discourses of cultural belonging: Rotterdam, The Netherlands (2015, november 19 - 2015, november 20).
        • P.P.L. Berkers & J.C.F. Schaap (2015). (De)constructing a white space: Boundary work, whiteness and the reception of rock music in Rotterdam. Conference Keep it simple, make it fast! Crossing borders of underground music scenes: Porto, Portugal (2015, juli 13 - 2015, juli 17).
        • J.C.F. Schaap & P.P.L. Berkers (2015). Whiteness and the online critical and consumer reception of rock and heavy metal music. International Academic Research Conference: Modern Heavy Metal - Markets, Practices and Cultures: Helsinki, Finland (2015, juni 8 - 2015, juni 11).
        • P.P.L. Berkers & J.C.F. Schaap (2014). A long way to the top: The production and reception of music in a globalized world. Main organizer IASPM Benelux conference: Rotterdam (2014, november 6 - 2014, november 7).
        • J.C.F. Schaap & P.P.L. Berkers (2014). Net zoals Jimi Hendrix: Whiteness, etno - raciale grenzen, en de receptie van rock muziek in de Verenigde Staten, 2003 - 2013. Dag van de Sociologie: Antwerpen (2014, mei 28).
        • J.C.F. Schaap & P.P.L. Berkers (2014). Sounds like Bad Brains: Whiteness and the critical reception of rock music in the United States, Germany and the Netherlands. IASPM Benelux conference A long way to the top: The production and reception of music in a globalized world: Rotterdam (2014, november 6 - 2014, november 7).
        • J.C.F. Schaap & P.P.L. Berkers (2014). So You Think You Can Grunt: Gender and Musical Careers in Online and Offline Metal Scenes. Symposium Metal and Marginalisation: Gender, Race, Class and Other Implications for Hard Rock and Metal: York (2014, april 11).
        • J.C.F. Schaap & S.D. Aupers (2013). Spirituele ontmoetingen in Azaroth: Religieuze reflectie in World of Warcraft. NSV Dag van de Sociologie: Nijmegen, Nederland (2013, mei 30 - 2013, mei 30).
        • J.C.F. Schaap & S.D. Aupers (2013). Spiritual encounters in Azaroth: Religious reflexivity in World of Warcraft. ESA Conference, Sociology of Religion Section: Torino, Italy (2013, augustus 28 - 2013, augustus 31).
        • P.P.L. Berkers & J.C.F. Schaap (2013). So you think you can grunt? Gender and musical careers in online and offline metal scenes. Conference 'Music Gender Difference: Intersectional and Postcolonial Perspectives on Musical Fields': Vienna (Austria) (2013, oktober 10 - 2013, oktober 12).
        • J.C.F. Schaap & P.P.L. Berkers (2013). Just like Hendrix: Whiteness and the reception of rock music in the United States, 2000-2013. Conference 'Traveling Whiteness: Interchanges in the Study of Whiteness': Turku (Finland) (2013, oktober 18 - 2013, oktober 19).
        • J.C.F. Schaap & P.P.L. Berkers (2013). Grunting Alone: Online Gender Inequality in Extreme Metal Music. POPID Conference: Popular Music Heritage, Cultural Memory and Cultural Identity: Rotterdam (2013, januari 30 - 2013, februari 1).
        • J.C.F. Schaap & P.P.L. Berkers (2013). Grunting Alone: Online Gender Inequality in Extreme Metal Music. Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap: Rotterdam (2013, februari 7 - 2013, februari 8).
        • P.P.L. Berkers & J.C.F. Schaap (2013). So you think you can grunt? Gender and musical careers in online and offline metal scenes. ESA Conference, Sociology of Culture Section: Torino (Italy) (2013, augustus 28 - 2013, augustus 31).
        • J.C.F. Schaap & P.P.L. Berkers (2012). Tough Girls, Tough Luck: Gender Inequality in the Online and offline Metal Scene. European Sociological Association Conference: Culture, Communication and Creativity: Berlijn (2012, september 7 - 2012, september 7).
      • J.C.F. Schaap (Interview) (2018, mei 25). Faces of Science - Julian Schaap. [radio-uitzending]. In Focus. Hilversum: NPO Radio 1. https://www.nporadio1.nl/podcasts/dekennisvannu/108176-1-faces-of-science-julian-schaap
  • Popular Music: Industry & Society

    Title
    Popular Music: Industry & Society
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    (BA-2) (BA-2) (BA-3) (BA-3) (Minor)

    Master Thesis Class ACS

    Title
    Master Thesis Class ACS
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    (MA)

    Master Thesis ACS

    Title
    Master Thesis ACS
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    (MA)

    Popular Music: Greatest Hits and Critics

    Title
    Popular Music: Greatest Hits and Critics
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    (Minor)

    The Popular Music Hit Song Project

    Title
    The Popular Music Hit Song Project
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    (Minor)
  • Sociologie

    Role
    Editor
    Start date approval
    Mar/2017
  • Assistant Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication
    Department
    Department of Arts & Culture Studies
    Country
    The Netherlands

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam