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Fanny Gribenski

Research Scholar (Jan 2018-Dec 2019)

PhD

Fanny Gribenski studied musicology and history at the École Normale Supérieure of Lyon, the Paris Conservatory, and the École des hautes études en sciences sociales, obtaining her PhD in 2015 with a dissertation on the history of concert life in nineteenth-century French churches. She has been a Fondation Thiers fellow, a Fulbright postdoctoral fellow and visiting scholar at the University of California, Los Angeles, and a Dibner fellow in the history of science and technology at the Huntington Library (San Marino, California). In 2015–2016, she was a lecturer at the Université d’Évry Val d’Essonne. She is currently working on her next book project, Tuning the World. Besides her academic research, Fanny Gribenski is a cellist and performs regularly with chamber music ensembles. She is a member of the editorial committee for Transposition: Music and Social Sciences.

Projects

Tuning the World: A History of Global Negotiations at the Crossroads of Aesthetics, Politics, Science, and Industry (1834–1939)

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Selected Publications

Gribenski, F., Dubreuil-Porret, A., & Rollin, V. (Eds.). (in preparation). Musiques et pratiques religieuses en France au xixe siècle.

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Gribenski, F. (in preparation). Tuning the world: a history of global negotiations at the crossroads of aesthetics, politics, science and industry.

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Quinet, H. (2016). Ce que dit la musique (1893) (F. Gribenski, & É. Jardin, Eds.). Arles: Actes Sud.

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Gribenski, F., & Favard, M. (2016). Pour une poétique du rituel musical: Mallarmé auditeur du Paris fin de siècle. In A. Bonnet, & P.-H. Frangne (Eds.), Mallarmé et la musique, la musique et Mallarmé. L'écriture, l'orchestre, la scène, la voix (pp. 111-125). Rennes: Presses universitaires de Rennes.

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Gribenski, F. (2014). Présenter la musique ancienne. Les avatars du concert-conférence à Paris dans les années 1880–1890. In X. Bisaro, & R. Campos (Eds.), La musique ancienne entre historiens et musiciens (pp. 63-103). Geneva: Droz-Haute École de musique de Genève.

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Gribenski, F. (2013). L'église comme lieu de concert? Les célébrations de la Sainte-Cécile à Saint-Eustache par l'Association des artistes musiciens (1847–1900). Revue de musicologie, 99(2), 295-324.

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Presentations, Talks, & Teaching Activities

Tuning the World

History of Science, Medicine and Technology Colloquium

Tuning the world. A history of global negotiations at the crossroads of aesthetics, politics, science and industry

Annual meeting of the American Musicological Society

The Church as Showroom for Instrument-Making and Musical Virtuosity: Organ Inaugurations in Nineteenth-Century Paris

Annual meeting of the American Musicological Society

The Church as Music Venue

Musiksoziologie Forschungskolloquium

The Church as Concert Hall: a Study of the sainte Cécile Feast’s Celebration by the Association des artistes musiciens at Saint-Eustache, Paris (1847-1870)

Annual meeting of the American Musicological Society