May 10-13, 2018, Kalamazoo
The program committee for Musicology at Kalamazoo (Anna Kathryn Grau, Cathy Ann Elias, Daniel DiCenso) invites abstracts for the 53rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 10-13, 2018. The topics approved by the Congress include:
• Readers, Singers, and Hearers of the Word: Music of the Medieval Mass
• Sounding Exempla: The Curious World of Musical Examples
• Music, Space, and Place
• De Musica Vulgari Eloquentia: Music and Vernaculars
• Music Facsimiles and Editions, Digital and Analogue (A Roundtable)
We hope these topics can foster dialogue between musicologists and scholars in other areas, so we encourage specialists in fields other than Music to submit proposals. Please keep in mind that we intend these session titles mostly as "hooks," rather than limitations, on which a multitude of proposals can be placed, so send us your best work. Proposals for papers (usually 20 mins) should include an abstract of around 300 words; please do not include your name in the file containing the abstract.
We hope that the inclusion of a roundtable this year will be fruitful: anyone who has recently engaged in questions about edition-making, either because you have edited your own edition or because your scholarly or teaching work engages with issues of edition-making is encouraged to indicate interest in participating in the roundtable by sending a brief description (200 words) of the contribution you could make to the panel to the the program committee. Participation in the roundtable does not preclude submission of an abstract for an individual paper.
Proposals for either or both session types should be submitted by 15 September. Please send submissions to musicology.kzoo -at- gmail.com, with the subject line: KZOO 2018. Additional details at
The Program Committee
Anna Kathryn Grau
Cathy Ann Elias
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