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Job: Equinox Publishing is seeking a new editor or editors for Popular Music History

Equinox Publishing is seeking a new editor or editors for Popular Music History. Since its launch in 2004, this peer-reviewed journal has become recognised as a leading periodical in the field of popular music studies. Popular Music History is published three times a year. The current managing editor, Dave Laing, will step down early in 2018 and we invite expressions …Read more »

Job: Lecturer / Assistant Professor in Musicology University College Dublin

Lecturer / Assistant Professor in Musicology University College Dublin – UCD College of Arts and Humanities – UCD School of Music Applications are invited for a permanent appointment as Lecturer / Assistant Professor (below the bar) in Musicology, UCD School of Music. The appointed Lecturer / Assistant Professor will teach in the BA and BMus programmes in Music and in …Read more »

Publication: Latest issue of Working Paper Series is now online

Dear Colleagues, The latest issue of Working Paper Series is now online. The issue contains contributions from the Otago Media, Film and Communication Early Career-Graduate conference, Revisiting Audiences: Reception, Identity, Technology. Editorial Owain Gwynne – Editorial: Revisiting Audiences: Reception, Identity, Technology (pp. 1-5) Issue Dion McLeod & Travis Holland – The Ghost of J.K. Rowling: Harry Potter and the Ur-Fan (pp. 1-20) Edmund Smith – Superheroes and Shared Universes: How …Read more »

Four Post-doctoral fellowships in Local Musicking

Four Post-doctoral fellowships in Local Musicking (State University of Campinas & University of São Paulo – Brazil) We are looking for promising candidates for 4 (four) Post-Doctoral Fellowships in Ethnomusicology/Anthropologyof Music. The Fellowships are linked to the FAPESP Thematic Project 2016/05318-7 “Local Musicking – new pathways for ethnomusicology.” Two fellowships, working with Professor Suzel A Reily, will be based at …Read more »

Symposium: Practice Based and Led Popular Music Studies Research

University of Huddersfield Popular Music Studies Research Group and International Association for the Study of Popular Music UK and Ireland Branch Practice Based and Led Popular Music Studies Research Symposium 10am – 5pm, Wednesday 14th June, 2017 Room CAMG01, Creative Arts Building Department of Music and Drama University of Huddersfield Queensgate, Huddersfield, HD1 3DH 9.30 – 10am Tea, Coffee, Pastries …Read more »

CfP: ‘Imagining Kingston’: A Conference on the Regeneration of a City

November 9-12, 2017 The restoration of old, historic, depressed or derelict quarters of cities is a common feature of social, economic, aesthetic and environmental development strategies around the world. https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/events/call-papers-imagine-kingston-regenerative-city Restoration and regeneration are often used as the basis to catalyse and to chart pathways for economic growth and renewal, to pioneer new sectors of social and economic endeavours, and …Read more »

Job: Music Program Coordinator, New York University (NYU) Berlin

Music Program Coordinator (full-time or part-time; location: Berlin) New York University (NYU) Berlin is seeking a full-time or part-time coordinator (depending on availability) for its Music Studies program. PDF:  NYUB_2017-2_Job_Ad_Music Coordinator Position Description: We are seeking a full-time or part-time coordinator (depending on the candidate’s availability) to act as a liaison between four different entities: students enrolled at New York …Read more »

CfP: New Approaches to Sound, Music, and Media

Bloomsbury’s New Approaches to Sound, Music, and Media is a series of research monographs dedicated to changing our understandings of sound, image, and their relations across media. Today’s media are shaped by digital technologies, new modes of production and consumption, varied platforms, genre blendings, and globalized economic networks. These media demand new theoretical and aesthetic responses. This series seeks surprising, …Read more »

CfP: British Forum for Ethnomusicology Annual Conference 2018

12–15 April 2018, Newcastle University As with all BFE Annual Conferences, we welcome papers and panels on any aspect of current ethnomusicological research. The 2018 theme will be Europe and post-Brexit Ethnomusicologies. Amidst the most profound European (and American) socio-political ruptures since 1945, the position and roles of ethnomusicology has never been more important both for the plural and changing …Read more »

CfP: Media Artists in Residence Exchange 2017 @ IMPAKT, Utrecht, Netherlands

The European Media Art Network offers residencies for Media Artists in the fields of digital media, including Internet and computer-based artists, filmmakers, and those working in media based performance, sound, or video. Artists with European residence, or a European passport, can apply for a two-months long residency at one of the following institutions: • IMPAKT, Utrecht, Netherlands http://www.impakt.nl For a …Read more »

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