Philip V. Bohlman is Ludwig Rosenberger Distinguished Service Professor in Jewish History in the Department of Music at the University of Chicago, where he is also Artistic Director of the New Budapest Orpheum Society, and he is Honorarprofessor at the Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover. His research addresses issues at the intersections of music with race, nationalism, and colonial encounter; the ontological and ethical dimensions of music; and the social agency of aesthetics and performance. Among his recent publications are Hanns Eisler – In der Musik ist es anders (with Andrea F. Bohlman, 2012), Song Loves the Masses: Herder on Music and Nationalism (with Johann Gottfried Herder, 2017), Wie sängen wir Seinen Gesang auf dem Boden der Fremde! (Lit, 2019), and with the New Budapest Orpheum Society the 2015 Grammy Award-nominated CD, As Dreams Fall Apart: The Golden Age of Jewish Stage and Film Music, 1925-1955 (Cedille, 2014).
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