Call for Papers
- CFP: Harvard Graduate Music Forum Conference
The Harvard Graduate Music Forum invites proposals for its
upcoming conference: Music•Technology•Media. The conference
will take place on February 25, 2012, at the Harvard Music
Department in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and will conclude
with a keynote address by Professor Mark Katz of the
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Papers are welcomed on a broad range of topics related to
music, technology, and media, including, but not limited to:
- Music and Television/Film
- Music and the Internet
- The mediation of music/Music as a
- The role of media and technology in
- Technological innovations in opera
- The use of technology in the production,
recording, and reception of music
- Musical Futurism, musique concrète, and
We especially encourage proposals on non-Western and non-20th century topics.
Proposals may be submitted to HarvardGMF2012@gmail.com until January 15. Proposals should consist of an email with the applicant’s name, email address, and institutional affiliation with a PDF or Word attachment containing the paper’s title and an abstract of up to 350 words. In order to facilitate anonymous review, please do not include names or contact information in the attachment. Accepted abstracts will be announced February 1.
- Stony Brook Music Department Second Annual
The Stony Brook Music Department announces its second annual
Graduate Music Symposium, to be held February 17-18, 2012.
We welcome graduate students from all disciplines to submit
paper proposals on aspects of music and politics, broadly
conceived. Please submit proposals to
email@example.com by Friday, December 9.
For more information, please visit
- SMT 2012 – Call for Papers
The thirty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Society for Music Theory
will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana, from Thursday, November 1st to
Sunday, November 4th, 2012. We will meet jointly with the
American Musicological Society (AMS) and
for Ethnomusicology (SEM).
This Call for Papers is also available as
General submission guidelines: Proposals on any topic related to music theory are invited. The
SMT welcomes submissions as long as they do not represent work that has already
been published in peer-reviewed publications (print or electronic). Papers that
have been read at national or international meetings in a related discipline
(e.g., music perception and cognition, semiotics, popular music, etc.) will be
considered. For more information, go to:
- Art and Exchange – Call for Papers
Art History Graduate Student Conference
Tufts University Art History Graduate Program invites proposals for its graduate
student research conference. This year's event will be held Saturday, March 10,
2012, with a keynote talk by Dennis Carr, Assistant Curator of Decorative Arts
and Sculpture at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
For consideration please submit a 250-word abstract and CV as attachments to
Andrea.Rosen@tufts.edu by November 1, 2011.
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