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Title: Ethnomusicology and its Sisyphus. Inter-knowledge, dialogue and prudence for a disciplinary (re)classification
Author: Sardo, Susana
Keywords: Ethnomusicology
Music studies and academy
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Logos Verlag Berlin – Academic Publications in Science and Humanities
Abstract: According to Greek mythology, Sisyphus (Σίσυφος) was the founder and the first king of Ephyra, now known as Corinth. Multiple stories describe Sisyphus as a trickster and a swindler who, on different occasions, defied the power of the Gods by acting according to his own rules and personal interests. As a result, Zeus punished Sisyphus: he had to climb up to the top of a mountain carrying a huge rock on his back. However, each time he almost reached the top of the hill, the rock would roll back down and Sisyphus had to start again from the beginning.
Peer review: yes
ISSN: 978-3-8325-4176-7
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