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CfP – Prince from Minneapolis Symposium

PRINCE   FROM   MINNEAPOLIS A  SYMPOSIUM  AT THE   UNIVERSITY  OF  MINNESOTA APRIL 16-18, 2018 CALL   FOR   PAPERS Prince was proud to hail from Minneapolis. Continuing to live and work there, he put the city firmly on the map of the music industry through the Minneapolis Sound. Until his unexpected death on April 21, 2016, he hosted parties for local fans at …Read more »

CfP – DissertantInnnenworkshop der ÖGMW

„The Times They Are a-Changin’“  – Reflexionen zu Musikgeschichtsschreibung(en) In Zusammenarbeit mit der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Musikwissenschaft (ÖGMW) veranstalten die Institute für Musikwissenschaft und Interpretations-forschung, Popularmusikforschung und Musiksoziologie der mdw – Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien am 11. und 12. Jänner 2018 einen Workshop für Dissertant*innen. Interessierte werden aufgefordert, bis zum 15. Oktober 2017 ein Abstract ihres Dissertationsprojekts inklusive …Read more »

CfP – HardWired. Arbeitsgespräche zur Heavy Metal-Forschung VI

HardWired. Arbeitsgespräche zur Heavy Metal-Forschung VI: So far, so good…so what? Approaching the Metal Realities Universität Siegen, 03.-05. Mai 2018 Deadline: 31. Oktober 2017 Referent_innen: Gérôme Guibert (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3); Anna-Katharina Höpflinger (LMU München, Deutschland / Universität Luzern, Schweiz); Holger Hübner (Veranstalter des Wacken Open Air, Deutschland); Susanne Sackl-Sharif (FH Johanneum – Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften Graz, Österreich); Karl Spracklen …Read more »

CfP: Popular Music and the Moving Image in Eastern Europe

Call For Papers Popular Music and the Moving Image in Eastern Europe Special issue of Studies in Eastern European Cinema guest-edited by Zsolt Győri A special issue of SEEC calls for contributions (not exceeding 6000 words) on the uses of popular music in the moving image in Eastern Europe – including musicals, other types of fiction film, music videos, documentary …Read more »

CfP – Riffs: Experimental Research on Popular Music

The editorial team of Riffs: Experimental research on Popular Music invite 300 word proposals for the next 2017 volume from PhD, MA and outstanding BA students. A song can be about anything About peace or war, or the sins of industry Or the discontents of fame, or of obscurity Or how we first met, on the warmest day And how I hadn’t …Read more »

CfP: Special Issue on Bob Marley

Rock Music Studies   Edited by Mike Alleyne Submissions are invited for a special edition of Rock Music Studies that examines the art and legacies of reggae’s best known figure in the particular context of the 40th anniversaries of hisRastaman Vibration and Exodus albums. The latter was cited by Time magazine in 1999 as the Album of the Century. Contributors are invited to consider the topic broadly, and possible …Read more »

CfP – Mediterranean Journal of Communication

  Special issue on Music, Advertising and Transmedia Storytelling   Editors: Eduardo Viñuela and Cande Sánchez-Olmos The Mediterranean Journal of Communication is a peer-review publication and it accepts texts in Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian and French. The deadline for submissions is April 30th 2017 and the issue is expected to be published in July 2017. You can find more information in the following links: CFP in …Read more »

CfP – Music cities

Music cities edited collection: Call for chapter proposals From the physical spaces in which music activity takes place, to the mythologizing of city-specific music scenes, the city has long played a vital role in the development and sustaining of music scenes. In recent years there has been a concerted effort to cultivate and nurture musical activity as a key driver …Read more »

CfP – El oído pensante

El oído pensante invites the submission of articles for the fifth volume (No. 2, 2017) The aim of this biannual peer-reviewed online journal of free access is to promote debate on theoretical, methodological and epistemological dilemmas faced by different kind of music research. Since the intention of the journal is to promote critical thought aimed to dismantle usual concepts and to open new …Read more »

Reminder: The Fan Studies Network 2017 Conference

The Fan Studies Network 2017 Conference24-25th June 2017Centre for Participatory Culture,University of Huddersfield, UK Keynote Speaker: Dr. Louisa Stein (Middlebury College, USA) Plenary Address: Professor Matt Hills (University of Huddersfield, UK) The fifth anniversary of the annual Fan Studies Network Conference is visiting the University of Huddersfield for a vibrant two-day programme during June 2017. The conference will celebrate and continue FSN’s proud tradition of offering an enthusiastic space for interdisciplinary researchers at …Read more »

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