German Society for Popular Music Studies (GfPM), 2nd International Summer School:
“Methods of Popular Music Analysis”
14th-18th September 2015 – Osnabrück, Germany
Deadline: May 15th, 2015
The GfPM (German Society for Popular Music Studies) and the University of Osnabrück are inviting applications for participation in the 2nd International Summer School “Methods of Popular Music Analysis” at the Institute of Musicology and Music Pedagogy in Osnabrück, Germany, from Monday 14th to Friday 18th September 2015.
The summer school is addressed to postgraduates and Ph.D. students who are currently working on a research project that involves analytical approaches towards popular music. The summer school offers seminars by invited lecturers on key topics of popular music analysis and work in small groups of participants on joint analyses. Language of seminars and lectures will be English.
Lecturers will be
- Prof. Dr. Anne Danielsen (University of Oslo, Norway)
- Prof. Dr. Walter Everett (University of Michigan, USA)
- Prof. Dr. Allan F. Moore (University of Surrey, UK)
- Prof. Dr. Mark J. Butler (Northwestern University, Evanston, USA)
- Dr. Samantha Bennett (Australian National University, Canberra, Australia)
- Dr. Dai Griffiths (Oxford Brooks University, UK)
- Dr. Ralf von Appen (University of Giessen, Germany)
- Dr. André Doehring (University of Giessen, Germany)
- Prof. Dr. Dietrich Helms (Osnabrueck University, Germany)
The proceedings of the 1st summer school are published in Song Interpretation in 21st Century Pop Music, ed. by Appen/Doehring/Helms/Moore, Ashgate 2015 (for more information cf. www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781472428004). More details on the programme of the summer school will appear on our websites: www.popular-music.uni-osnabrueck.de and www.popularmusikforschung.de
The summer school is funded by the Volkswagen Stiftung. The foundation will come up for your accommodation costs. Travelling costs for 2nd class railway tickets or economy class flights can be funded with up to 600 Euro (approx. 640 US Dollar) for overseas, 300 Euro for European and 150 Euro for German participants (if not paid for by your home institution). Childcare will be provided if needed. The participation fee is 140 Euro.
The deadline for applications is May 15th. The 25 accepted applicants will be notified by May 31st. Applications should include
- an academic CV incl. a documentation of postgraduate or doctoral status (e.g. copy of a certificate)
- a short description of a) your current project in popular music research and b) of your motivation for participating in our summer school (max. 900 words in total).
Please state if you will need day care for your child(ren). Applications should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.