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CfP: Elvis lives in Amsterdam

CALL FOR PAPERS Elvis lives in Amsterdam Manifestations of the imaginary musician University of Amsterdam, 29 November – 1 December 2018 Conference convenors: Rutger Helmers and Oliver Seibt From Marvel’s Kiss comics of the late 1970s to Cate Blanchett and Heath Ledger acting out different facets of Bob Dylan’s public persona in Todd Hayne’s experimental film I’m not there; from …Read more »

CfP: GfPM-Conference „(Dis-)Orientations of Popular Music“

Call for Papers 28th Conference of the German Society for Popular Music Studies (GfPM): (Dis)Orientations of Popular Music Department of Music, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany 16–18 November 2018 In Queer Phenomenology, Sara Ahmed describes orientation as a fundamental function of human experience. Significances of orientation range from inclinations and attitudes to processes of physical and spatial direction. In …Read more »

CFP: Doctors in Performance, Vilnius, Sep 2018

Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre invites artistic research performers at doctoral and post-doctoral levels to take part in ‘Doctors in Performance’, the 3rd festival conference of music performance and artistic research. The event will take place in Vilnius, on September 4-6, 2018. Keynote presenters: Professor Dr JOHN RINK (University of Cambridge) Professor VYKINTAS BALTAKAS (Lithuanian Academy of Music and …Read more »

Conference – Music between China and the West in the Age of Discovery

Music between China and the West in the Age of Discovery When: May 14-16, 2018 Where: The Chinese University of Hong Kong Details: The Department of Music at The Chinese University of Hong Kong is pleased to announce the conference „Music between China and the West in the Age of Discovery.“ Over two dozen speakers from throughout Greater China and the West will present …Read more »

CfP: GfPM Conference „(Dis-)Orientations of Popular Music, Oldenburg, 16.-18. November 2018

28th Conference of the German Society for Popular Music Studies (GfPM): (Dis-) Orientations of Popular Music Department of Music, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany 16–18 November 2018 In Queer Phenomenology, Sara Ahmed describes orientation as a fundamental function of human experience. Significances of orientation range from inclinations and attitudes to processes of physical and spatial direction. In their multiple dimensions, orientations condition the …Read more »

CfP: Musik in der Science-Fiction / Music in Science fiction

CfP (yearbook): Musik in der Science-Fiction / Music in Science fiction Deadline: April 30, 2018 (abstracts); October 15, 2018 (full articles) We invite you to submit articles for the volume 64 (2019) “Musik in der Science-Fiction / Music in Science fiction” of the yearbook “Lied und Populaere Kultur / Song and Popular Culture”. The yearbook is published by the Zentrum …Read more »

CFP: MOUSIKOS LOGOS

CFP: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS MOUSIKOS LOGOS https://m-logos.gr/ In celebration of the 15th anniversary of Mousikos Logos, the editors are pleased to announce the journal’s new direction and to invite submissions for its 2018 issue. Mousikos Logos has been one of Greece’s premier musicological periodical publications and, since 2013, its only English-language, peer-reviewed open-access electronic journal (https://m-logos.gr/). It is now served by a …Read more »

CfP – El oído pensante, 31.03.2018

El oído pensante invites the submission of articles for the sixth volume (No. 2, 2018) 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 approaches, papers restricted to …Read more »

Verlängerung bis 31.03.18: CfP – Studium Musikmanagement

CfP: Symposium „ Studium Musikmanagement: Quo vadis”, 13. Juni 2018, Berlin      

CfP: Sonification and Multimodal Displays

Call for abstracts: Sonification and Multimodal Displays – Interdisciplinary Perspectives The field of sonification, i.e. the process and practice of mapping data onto sounds, has gained increasing attention over the past years. Sonification has been applied in scientific lab settings, health and medical contexts, in assistive technologies, and exploratory design projects. The theoretical and methodological approaches are often diverse and highly …Read more »

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