24–25 Nov. 2017, Ottawa
Carleton University, Ottawa.
The purpose of the symposium is to reconsider the historical development of the social and cultural study of music (including John Shepherd’s contribution), its successes and blind spots and, equally important, to rethink and reformulate it for the 21st century. Now in its 50th year, the Music program of the School for Studies in Art and Culture invites paper proposals (max. 300 words, for 20-minute papers) for a symposium to be held at Carleton University, 24–25 November 2017.
Topics and panels may include:
§ Society and culture in the academic study of music – successes and failures
§ Music, Anglo-American cultural studies, continental theory: 20th & 21st century perspectives
§ The circulation of music in audio-visual and mobile media
§ Fandom and identity formation in the 21st century
§ Dance, music and the body
§ Music and digital economies: Big data, little income – implications for fans and artists
§ Critical appraisals of the work of John Shepherd
Please send proposals to shepherd.symposium -at- carleton.ca by the Extended Deadline of 23 September 2017. Participants will be notified no later than 30 September 2017.
Inquiries: paul.theberge -at- carleton.ca
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