Rodríguez Aedo

Research associate

PhD in Musicology from Sorbonne University (2020). He is currently working as a postdoctoral researcher at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso and associate researcher for Núcleo Milenio CMUS. His area of research focuses on the current status of popular Chilean folk music in the context of exile in Europe, during the Pinochet dictatorship.

At present he is working on the research projects “A complete history of Chilean Political Folklore: artistic collaboration, musical circulation and political party networks (1967-1988)” and “Chili-sur-Seine, Chili sur scène: performances, folklore and solidarity in Parisian theaters (1973-1978)”. His latest publications are “Resistance, politics and exoticism: notes to position the Chilean political song in exile” (Universum, vol. 37, no. 2, 2022, p. 599-618); “Transphonographies of Chilean exile in Europe”, in collaboration with Marcy Campos and Laura Jordán (Revista Musical Chilena, no. 237, 2022 p. 9-43) and “Víctor Jara’s Death: Mediations and Political Impressions of a Transnational Event (1973-1975)”, together with Marcy Campos (El oído pensante, vol. 10, no. 1, 2022, p. 5-30). He has presented at conferences in France, Spain, Switzerland, Portugal and Chile, and has published articles in journals on musicology, history and Hispano-American civilization.


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