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NINTH INTERNATIONAL DOCTORAL WORKSHOP IN ETHNOMUSICOLOGY

27th June – 1st July 2017 The Center for World Music at the University of Hildesheim and Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media are pleased to announce the ninth annual workshop for PhD candidates in ethnomusicology. Through paper presentations, discussion and working groups, the workshop offers a unique environment for 16 doctoral students at the writing stage for their …Read more »

Mobilising Cultural Studies – ACSIS conference Norrköping 19-21 June 2017

Call for papers and sessions In 2017, at the time of our 7th biannual conference, ACSIS (Advanced Cultural Studies Institute of Sweden) takes the initiative to re-think and re-conceptualize what cultural research means in the digital and global present. Today cultural research is challenged to respond to global complexities in the form of human displacements, geopolitical restructurings, climate change and …Read more »

CALL: “WHITHER THE CARIBBEAN?: STUART HALL’S INTELLECTUAL LEGACY”

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON STUART HALL JUNE 1 – 3, 2017 We invite you to submit an abstract of no more than 250 words. The topic can fall within the broad remit of the focus areas above, or any other influenced by the work of Stuart Hall. KEY DATES Deadline for Submissions – February 1, 2017 Decision – February 28, 2017 …Read more »

“We’re only in it for the money – Musik als Ware”

Die in sechs Bereichen konzipierte Musikwirtschaftsausstellung (Live, Tonträger, Medien, Digitalisierung, Produktion, Verträge) läuft bis Mitte Februar 2017 in Gronau. Sie ist aber so konzipiert, dass Sie als Wanderausstellung durch die Republik geschickt werden kann! Kuratiert von Martin Lücke. http://rock-popmuseum.com/de/ausstellungen

CALL: Research Networking Day CTM & Humboldt University

CTM in collaboration with Humboldt University’s Department of Musicology. http://www.ctm-festival.de/festival-2017/transfer/research-networking-day/ Application deadline: 30 November 2016. The Research Networking Day (RND) is a yearly CTM Festival initiative co-organised by Humboldt University’s Department of Musicology. RND provides a platform to exchange ideas and experiences for students and researchers from different European graduate and postgraduate programmes traversing the fields of audio, arts, media, …Read more »

Tagung + Konzert – Establishing Transcultural New Music – Bridging a Gap or Re-inventing Exoticism?

Opening & Concert Nov. 24th Free Admission Concert Nov. 25th 12/10 Eur student rate Symposium Nov. 25th–Nov. 26th 18/14 Eur student rate (concert included) Die Plattform für Transkulturelle – Neue Musik ist ein Zusam menschluss von MusikerInnen und KomponistInnen aus Deutschland mit persischen, arabischen, kurdischen und indischen musikalischen Bezügen. Begleitet von Musik- und KulturwissenschaftlerInnen und im Netzwerk mit regiona len …Read more »

CfS: International Festival for Innovations in Music Production and Composition (Leeds)

International Festival for Innovations in Music Production and Composition (iFIMPaC) 13th – 14th March – Leeds College of Music Deadline for submissions: October 8th You are invited to submit compositions, illustrated lectures, presentations and papers (we particularly welcome ‘paper and piece’ and interactive workshop submissions). We strongly encourage submissions that have an interdisciplinary, and/or collaborative focus. You can view the …Read more »

Veranstaltung: Do Pixels Dance the Polka? (Berlin)

Do Pixels Dance the Polka? – Exploring Czech and Slovak Music Scenes Through Music Clips and Audiovisual Music June 26th 2013, 7 p.m. – Tschechisches Zentrum Berlin, Wilhelmstraße 44 / access Mohrenstraße, 10117 Berlin Admission: free While Central and Eastern European artists of the 20th century pioneered many techniques for marrying sound and vision such as Laterna Magika or the …Read more »