Category Archives: CFP: Call for Papers

CfP: Gender and Creation in the History of Performing Arts (École des hautes études en sciences sociales)

Gender and Creation in the History of Performing Arts December 12-14, 2013 – École des hautes études en sciences sociales (Paris) Deadline: June 30, 2013. The conference will be held at the École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS), Paris, France This international conference offers a transdiciplinary reflection on the history of gender in the performing arts (dance, music …Read more »

CfP: Performing Prejudice (Newcastle University)

Call for papers Performing Prejudice 22nd July, 2013 – Newcastle University Deadline: 3rd June, 2013 We would like to invite scholars to a symposium on „performing prejudice“ at Newcastle University on the 22nd July 2013. We are interested in submission of short papers, position papers and/or roundtable discussions to enable the exchange of ideas. The aim of this symposium is …Read more »

CFP: Jewish Music and Jewish Identity (Youngstown State University)

Jewish Music and Jewish Identity October 19-21, 2014 – Youngstown State University Deadline: March 1, 2014 This conference seeks to engage scholars of Jewish studies, ethnomusicology, musicology, and the humanities in a discussion about the intersection of Jewish identity and music. In addition to academic presentations, the two-day meeting will include public concerts and lectures. Music is an important component …Read more »

CfP: The Ongoing Bond Between Music and Technology (Western University)

15th Annual Western University Graduate Symposium on Music: The Ongoing Bond Between Music and Technology August 23-24, 2013 – Western University, London (Ontario), Canada Deadline: May 3rd, 2013 The Society of Graduate Students in Music of the Don Wright Faculty of Music at Western University (London, Ontario, Canada) is pleased to invite graduate students to submit paper proposals for the …Read more »

CfP: Music around the Atlantic Rim (British Forum for Ethnomusicology)

The British Forum for Ethnomusicology and the AHRC Research Networking Project „Atlantic Sounds: Ships and Sailortowns“ “Music around the Atlantic Rim” 19th October, 2013 – School of Music, Cardiff University Deadline: 21 June 2013 This conference will consider the relocation of peoples and exchanges of culture, music and ideas in relation to seafaring. We seek new approaches and theoretical frameworks …Read more »

CfP: Popular Music Communities, Places and Ecologies (IASPM-ANZ)

IASPM-ANZ 2013 Conference Popular Music Communities, Places and Ecologies 24-26 November 2013 – Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University We are pleased to announce this call for papers for the 2013 IAPSM-ANZ conference, which will be held at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University, in conjunction with the International Music Council’s 5th World Forum for Music (21-24 November). The theme of the IMC …Read more »

CfP: Populäre Musikkulturen im Film (Hamburg)

Populäre Musikkulturen im Film: Transdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf Formen, Inhalte und Rezeption des fiktionalen und dokumentarischen Musikfilms 22.11-24.11.2013 – Hamburg Deadline: 30.04.2013 Film is a „Schlüsselmedium der Rock- und Popmusik“ („key-medium of rock- and popmusic“; Rock and Pop in the Movies 1: S. 7) and functions as an important format of media-communication about and in popular music-cultures. The current international distribution …Read more »

CfP: Punk in the 21st-Century

Alastair Gordon and Mike Dines are seeking contributions from the inter disciplinary areas of cultural studies, musicology and social sciences, for an edited text on the global punk/DiY „scenes“ of the 2000s onwards; reflecting upon the notion of origins, music(s), identity, legacy, membership and circulation. Aiming to continue the work of George McKay – and, most notably his DiY Culture: …Read more »

CfP: Mediating Cityscapes (Den Haag)

Arts festival Two Days Art: Mediating Cityscapes 27-28 September, 2013 – Den Haag/The Hague Deadline: June 14th 2013 „If urban space has historically been defined by the relation between static structures and mobile subjects, this dichotomy is fast giving way to hybrid spatialities characterized by dynamic flows which not only dissolve the fixity of traditional modes of spatial enclosure, but …Read more »

CfP: No Sir, I Won’t: Reconsidering the Legacy of Crass and Anarcho-punk (Oxford Brookes University)

Oxford Brookes’ Popular Music Research Unit (PMRU) in association with the Network of Punk Scholars (NPS): No Sir, I Won’t: Reconsidering the Legacy of Crass and Anarcho-punk Friday 28th June 2013 – Oxford Brookes University Deadline: 15th April, 2013 30 years since legendary anarcho-punk group Crass released their highly challenging LP Yes Sir, I Will, this symposium will explore the …Read more »

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