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Rhythm! Simon Rattle’s wonderful music and dance
experiment with pupils from all walks of life in Berlin,
captured in the documentary Rhythm Is It!, is an
inspiration in many ways.
It also seems to bring a new
movement into cultural analysis. Thus far, there has
been little work on how everyday rhythms intersect with
cultural processes and creation.
Two papers in this issue
address this topic from a quite different perspective and
they will hopefully stimulate both further research and
Even today, as everyday life is described as
fragmented and in constant flux, there is a stable undercurrent
of rhythms organizing people’s lives.
Another underdeveloped topic that is treated in this
issue deals with daydreams and fragrances, looking into
how the perfume industry tries to produce scents linked
to specific dreamscapes or nostalgic settings.
of martyrs and heroes in post-Soviet Russia is the
theme of another contribution and the last paper deals
with the economy and morality of elopement in rural