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Music and the Self
2007 Echo Conference

University of California, Los Angeles, June 1-2, 2007


Call For Papers

Over the past two decades, music scholarship has become increasingly
interested in issues of gender, class, race, sexuality and other aspects
of identity. These new scholastic directions have created exciting new
avenues for scholars to examine the ways in which music plays a role in
both the formation and expression of personal subjectivity.  With this
framework in mind, Echo: A Music-Centered Journal is pleased to announce
its second annual conference, "Music and the Self", to be held at UCLA on
June 1-2, 2007.  Scholars from all areas of music research are invited to
submit proposals for papers on this theme; proposals for pre-arranged
panels are also welcome. Papers will each be twenty minutes long (~2400
words)  followed by ten minutes for discussion.

Individual presenters should submit an abstract of 300 words or less, and
should also include: 1) the paper title; 2) the author's name and a brief
biography (50-100 words); 3) institutional affiliation and contact
information; 4) audio-visual requirements.  Panel chairs should include
all of the above for each member of the panel, as well as a separate, more
general description of the panel's overall theme (200-250 words).  
Submissions may be sent electronically to echoconf@ucla.edu (please put
"Echo Conference Submission" in the subject line).  Alternately, print
submissions may be sent to:

Echo: A Music-Centered Journal
Attn: Kelsey Cowger
Department of Musicology
University of California, Los Angeles
Box 951623
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1623
USA

Submissions are due March 1st, 2007.

Echo: A Music-Centered Journal is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed
journal created and edited by graduate students in the Department of
Musicology at the University of California, Los Angeles.  Since our first
issue in fall of 1999, we have published biannually and welcome
submissions and project proposals throughout the year. Echo is an entirely
web-based journal, and can be accessed free of charge by any online
visitor.  All issues can be found at http://www.echo.ucla.edu.
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