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Critical Musicology Forum
Roehampton, January 2003


Critical Musicology Forum
Feminist Musicology -- Where are we now?
One Day Conference at the University of Surrey Roehampton,
Monday 20th January 2003


10.30am: Presentations
Paul Attinello (University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne): "I Just Bette: Narcissism, Gay
Identification, and the Divine Miss M"

Brigitte Charles (Institute of Education, University of London): "The Effect of
Gender on the Practices and Products of Composition in the Primary School"

Sheila Whiteley (University of Salford): "Nursery Crymes: The Sexploitation of
Young Musicians"

Liz Garnett (Birmingham Conservatoire): title t.b.a.


12.30pm: Lunch (see note below)

2pm:  Discussion of issues raised in the morning session.

3.30pm: Tea

4.00pm: Critical Musicology Forum: the next stage.

Important note re lunch: Roehampton is somewhat in the middle of nowhere as far as
eating possibilities go, so I would recommend that people eat lunch on campus. We
should book a table at the main eating place (also, apparently, so that they have
enough food for us all - it's not teaching time so they cater for fewer people).
Therefore if you would like to eat there, let me know BY SUNDAY 12th JANUARY AT
THE LATEST please!

Where: The day will take place in room QB140, Queens Building, Southlands College,
University of Surrey Roehampton. The nearest train station is Barnes (trains from
Waterloo / Clapham Junction), about 10-15 minutes' walk from the campus. Turn
right when you leave the station and keep going more or less straight.

If you are planning to drive: there is usually parking space on campus, but you
will need a temporary parking permit: please tell me in advance if you want one,
or you are liable to be clamped! Otherwise, it is usually possible to park on
streets nearby.

More directions available at http://www.roehampton.ac.uk/location.asp

Dr. Claire Taylor-Jay
Department of Music
University of Surrey Roehampton
80 Roehampton Lane
London SW15 5SL, UK

c.taylor-jay@roehampton.ac.uk
+44-(0)20 8392 3226