Musicology in the contemporary world

International Conference of Young Musicologists

October 6-8, 2014, Yerevan, Armenia

Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory is organizing an international musicological conference for students. The main goal of the conference is to encourage the formation of a new cultural platform as well as to contribute the development of research and creative abilities of young scientists.
All undergraduate (BA) and postgraduate (MA and PhD) students may participate in the conference. Every topic in the field of musicological studies is accepted.
Age limit: 35 years old.
Working languages: Armenian, Russian and English.

For participation the applicants should send abstract (max. 600 characters, PDF form, Font type – Times New Roman Font size-14, line spacing 1.5) and application. The application must include the following:
• Name, surname and middle name of participant
• Full official name of the Higher Educational Institution
• Profession, Educational degree and faculty
• Title of paper
• Technical equipment/assistance needed during the presentation
• Name, surname, middle name of supervisor, also academic degree and academic title (write without abbreviations, in the ordered list)
• Contact details and e-mail of the participant

Paper proposals should be sent to following e-mail address: musicologconf2014@gmail.com. Please, write “Conference” in the subject line.
The maximum duration of presentation (including discussion) is 15 minutes.

The received abstracts will be united in corresponding blocks and will be reviewed by the members of scientific committee.

The selected applicants will be notified by e-mail not later than September 7, 2014.
The best papers will be published in the scientific journal of YKSC.

Deadline: July 1, 2014.
Accommodation: Accommodation and meals will be provided by the hosting organization.
Participation Fee: 50$ (equivalent Armenian Dram)
For more details please contact the coordinator of the conference Mrs. Narine Avetisyan, Docent of YKSC: anz1969@rambler.ru.

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