CfP: Cultural Exchanges: Music between Latin America and Europe (Rio de Janeiro)

6th UFRJ International Symposium of Musicology & International Colloquium Ibero-American Institute / University of Arts, Berlin (UdK):
“Cultural Exchanges: Music between Latin America and Europe”
August 10-15, 2015 – Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Deadline: April 21, 2015

The VI SIM_UFRJ “Cultural Exchanges: Music Between Latin America and Europe” proposes to approach this theme in broad scope of diverse cultural traditions, contexts and historical times, and of special interest to the International Colloquium IAI / UdK is to increase knowledge of the „Trajectories of art music between Latin America and Europe, 1945-1970.“ Discussion issues: cultural dialogues, circulation, transfer and appropriation of ideas, repertories, aesthetics, styles, techniques, musical practices and ideologies; music and artistic or cultural ruptures; representation and cultural translation; migration, exile, and travels; identity, otherness, nationalism, and exoticism; culture, society and politics; interdisciplinary studies: visual arts, theatre, literature, philosophy, history, sociology, and cultural anthropology; heritage and collections; institutional policies of scientific, artistic and cultural exchange between Latin America and Europe; discursive strategies in the relationship between art and science; knowledge and power.

Submission Guidelines

Proposals (paper about 3,000 to 6,000 words, and a short bio) may be written in Portuguese, Spanish, English, German, French, or Italian, and submitted as attached file (*.doc or *.rtf) by e-mail to sim -at- musica.ufrj.br. Although the proceedings are published in paper’s original language, it is highly recommended that oral presentations be in Portuguese, Spanish, or English.

For inquiries contact: volpe -at- musica.ufrj.br.

More info: www.musica.ufrj.br

Program Committee

Maria Alice Volpe (UFRJ) and Dörte Schmidt (UdK), chairs
Omar Corrado (University of Buenos Aires)
Christina Richter Ibañez (University of Tübingen)
Daniela Fugellie (UdK)
Marcos Nogueira (UFRJ)
Ilza Nogueira (Federal University of Paraiba)

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