June 1-2 and 8-9, 2023, New york
Hosted by the CUNY Graduate Center, The Brook Center, and IFTAWM
AAWM Special Topics Symposium 2023:
We are pleased to announce the second installment of the AAWM symposium series dedicated to theoretical, analytical, and cognitive approaches to rhythm and meter in all global musical traditions, past and present. Our goal is to facilitate a gathering of some of the world’s leading scholars on these issues in a special four-day virtual research symposium the results of which will be available to scholars worldwide via publication in the open-access, peer-reviewed online journal ‘Analytical Approaches to World Music’. There will be a total of 48 individual presentations. Of these, 16 will be invited presentations. The keynote speaker will be Daniel Avorgbedor (University of Ghana). A call for papers will be issued in late September. Paper presentations will be virtual with a duration of 30+15 minutes. Paper sessions will be held in parallel on June 1-2 and 8 and include two parallel morning sessions (9.00-12.00) and two parallel afternoon sessions (14.00-17.00). The final day of the conference will convene on Friday, June 9 and be devoted to panel and discussion sessions exclusively while using the same schedule mentioned previously.
Accordingly, the morning panel sessions (A and B) will meet from 9.00-12.00; the afternoon panel sessions (C and D) will meet from 14.00-17.00.
Invited Speakers: Simha Arom, Daniel Avorgbedor, Stephen Blum, Sylvie Le Bomin, Susanne Furniss, Keith Howard, David Huron, Kelly Jakubowski, Yonatan Malin, Rainer Polak, Jay Rahn, John Roeder, Chris Stover, David Temperley, Michael Tenzer, Renee Timmers, Richard Widdess.
Sponsors: Analytical Approaches to World Music* (journals.iftawm.org), The International Foundation for the Theory and Analysis of World Musics ( iftawm.org), The Brook Center, CUNY, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Organizing Committee: Eshantha Peiris, co-chair, Lawrence Shuster, co-chair, L. Poundie Burstein, Barbara Dobbs Mackenzie, Sam Mukherji, Zafer Özgen
Program Committee: Tiffany Nicely, co-chair, Lina Sofia Tabak, co-chair
PANEL SESSION A
PC Sponsored Panel Session (June 9)
Analytical Approaches to Rhythm and Meter in South America (TBA)
Chair, Lina Tabak
PANEL SESSION B
OC Sponsored Panel Session (June 9)
Cognitive and Perceptual Approaches to Musical Time (TBA)
Chair, Renee Timmers
PANEL SESSION C
PANEL SESSION D
Papers: Proposals for spoken papers should include a short abstract of no more than 350 words, including footnotes but not counting examples and bibliography. Supporting media files can also be submitted. The submission must mention whether you wouldparticipate virtually or in person. Accepted papers will be allotted 30 minutes for presentation plus 15 minutes for discussion. Abstracts of the accepted papers will be published online.
Panel Sessions: Authors of papers that share a common theme may propose to deliver them in a panel session. Each paper should be submitted separately, and will be reviewed following the same process as that for spoken papers. In addition, a separate submission should be
entered for the session as a whole, including a 350-word abstract.
Submission process: All proposals should be submitted electronically using the link.
Submission deadline: January 16, 2023.
Submissions should consist of a title, abstract (350 words), and a list of
3-5 keywords. There is also an option to include supporting materials. Notification of acceptance will be sent via email by April 1st, 2023.
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