Dimanche 2 septembre 2018 —— La rédaction.
30 November to 2 December, 2018,
Call for papers
University of Canterbury School of Music, UC Arts at the Arts Centre, 3 Hereford Street, Christchurch.
Deadline for proposals is 1 August 2018
A journey into the unknown is often a key component of the musicologist’s research process. It may involve the discovery and analysis of unexplored repertoire, probing of music’s role in distant cultures, or experimentation with new pedagogical techniques. It may include the use of new analytical or theoretical methods or interdisciplinary perspectives to shed new light on musical cultures and practices and musical works. Furthermore, the role of music itself can be pivotal in communities facing uncertainty and change. This conference examines the different ways in which music research can involve exploration of the unknown, and investigates the role of musical practices in communities and societies facing the unknown.
Conference presentations on topics relating to the theme, or other areas of musicological enquiry (broadly conceived) may take the following forms:
· Formal conference papers (20 minutes)
· Interactive workshops (30 minutes)
· Lecture recitals and demonstrations (20 minutes)
· Panel sessions (90 minutes, up to three participants)
Abstracts of no more than 250 words should be sent in PDF format to: francis.yapp -at- canterbury.ac.nz. Proposals for panel sessions should include abstracts for individual papers (where applicable) as well as a proposal for the overall session.
The submitted file should have a filename as follows:
You should include a title, and up to five keywords beneath your abstract. As abstracts will be screened anonymously by the selection committee, please omit your name from the text of your document. In the body of the email, you should your full name, academic status, and institutional affiliation where appropriate, and your home town and country.
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Dimanche 2 Septembre, 2018