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Title: Sally Macarthur (Western Sydney): Reading Deleuze as a Feminist  
Sally MacarthurSchool of Humanities and Communication ArtsWestern Sydney  
UniversityABSTRACTReading Deleuze as a Feminist MusicologistIn this paper I  
will explore the connection between musicology and French philosophy.  
Specifically, I will ask what draws me as a feminist musicologist to the  
work of Gilles Deleuze, and Deleuze with Félix Guattari. Why is this  
French, male philosopher and his psychotherapist collaborator of interest  
to a musicologist working in Australia today? How does their work, with its  
productive, conceptual vocabularies and interpretative frameworks, connect  
with my work, allowing me to think about music in new and imaginative ways?  
As a discipline, musicology predominantly seeks to understand what music  
means and it does this by representing music: producing scores, graphic and  
descriptive analyses, and paying attention to the identities, including  
performers and composers, that create it. For Deleuze and Guattari,  
representation and identity are the enemies of thought. For them, thought  
is not representational and nor is it grounded in identity. Rather, thought  
is generated out of difference such that the experiences and  
representations of an individual are conceived as the effects of diverse  
forces, or what they would call the multiplicity. These forces are  
constantly transforming each other, giving rise to difference or what they  
would call differenciation (difference constantly differing). Instead of  
asking what music means, then, the Deleuzian musicologist would ask: what  
does music do? Replete with examples, the paper will explore what music  
does when it connects with feminism, Deleuzian philosophy and music in  
various contexts. Zoom details: michael.nielsen at sydney.edu.au is  
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When: Wed 2 Sep 2020 15:30 – 17:00 Eastern Australia Time - Sydney
Where: https://uni-sydney.zoom.us/j/92977294747
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