CfP: 19th Biennial International Conference on Nineteenth-Century Music (Oxford)

Faculty of Music, University of Oxford:
“19th Biennial International Conference on Nineteenth-Century Music”
11-13 July 2016 – University of Oxford, UK
Deadline: 16 October 2015
Keynotes: Daniel Chua, Jessica Gienow-Hecht
Website: www.music.ox.ac.uk/19th-conference-music

The programme committee welcomes proposals on any aspect of music during the long nineteenth century, and also invites proposals that engage with any of the following themes:

  • The local and the global
  • Archive, text, and scholarly practice
  • Social and cultural economies of music
  • Popular musics
  • Landscape and environment
  • Psychologies, pathologies, phenomenologies
  • Performance practices and pedagogies
  • Historicism and anachronism
  • Klang/Timbre/Sonore

Keynote lectures will be delivered by Daniel Chua (University of Hong Kong) and Jessica Gienow-Hecht (Freie Universität Berlin)

Proposals are invited for the following:

  • Individual papers (20 minutes long, with 10 minutes for discussion)
  • Themed sessions (three or four papers, each 20 minutes with 10 minutes for discussion)
  • Roundtable sessions (up to six people each giving a brief position paper, followed by a general discussion)
  • Performances and lecture recitals

Proposals should be prepared as follows:

  • Individual papers: maximum 250 words
  • Themed sessions: 250-word summary outlining the aims of the session and a brief description of each paper
  • Roundtable sessions: 250-word summary outlining the aims of the session, and a brief description of each paper
  • Lecture recitals/performances: 250-word summary (plus supporting materials e.g. CV/recording/programme details)

Proposals should be sent as an email attachment (preferably a Word document) to 19conference@music.ox.ac.uk. Please include your contact details in the body of the email, but do not include your name in the proposal itself.

Successful applicants will be informed by mid-January 2016.

Programme Committee: Philip Bullock, Barbara Eichner, Daniel Grimley, Anna Stoll Knecht, Laura Tunbridge, Benjamin Walton

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