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Martin J.M. Hoondert (* 1967) studied musicology and theology and is specialized in music and rituals. Since 2007 he is (assistant) professor of ?Music, Religion & Ritual? at the Department of Culture Studies of Tilburg University (the Netherlands). His research focuses on ?music and death? and ?practices of memorialization?. His research topics are: the contemporary Requiem, musical repertories of funeral rites, commemoration and music, music and grief, music and the First and Second World War, practices of memorialization regarding genocide (esp. Rwanda and Srebrenica). In cooperation with the universities of Bath (UK), Leuven (Belgium) and San Sebastian (Spain) he has established a network focusing on research into practices of memorialization and the process of social reconstruction after atrocities.
Martin Hoondert is chief editor of the magazine Gregoriusblad (magazine for liturgical music) and editor of the Yearbook for Liturgical and Ritual Studies and the series Liturgia Condenda (Leuven: Peeters).
January 2013: Assistant professor 'Music, Religion & Ritual'
at the Tilburg School of Humanities
Click here for my courses.
Heleen Kommers: Youth, pop music and religiosity.
Lieke Wijnia, Festival Musica Sacra. Discourses on sacrality
Geert Maessen, Reconstruction of the Mozarabic repertoire
Hanna Rijken, Anglican evensong in the Netherlands
Advisory Board (Het Moment)1 Jan 2016 → …
(Stichting Sormani Fonds)19 Nov 2012 → …
(Uitgeverij Abdij van Berne)1 Jan 2012 → …
(Katharsis)1 Mar 2005 → …
(Nederlandse Sint Gregoriusvereniging)1 Jul 2001 → …
- Ritual Studies
- Religion And Public Domain
- Ritual Dynamics
- Rituals And Religion
Research output: Book/Report › Book editing › Scientific › peer-review
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Popular
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › Scientific › peer-review
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Professional
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › Popular