12th Annual Conference of the Society for Musicology in Ireland

             12th Annual Conference of the Society for Musicology in Ireland

University College Dublin, 6 – 8 June, 2014

Call for papers

The twelfth annual conference of the Society for Musicology in Ireland/Aontas Ceoleolaíochta na hÉireann will be hosted by the School of Music, University College Dublin, on 6–8 June 2014. This conference marks the centenary of music at UCD. The Keynote Lecture will be delivered by Professor Scott Burnham (Princeton University).

Proposals from all areas of musicology are invited for the following:

  • Individual papers;
  • Themed panel sessions (comprising three individual papers);
  • Lecture recitals;
  • Roundtable sessions (up to six people, each presenting a position paper, followed by a discussion).

Individual papers will be twenty minutes in duration, to be followed by ten minutes for questions and discussion. Abstracts for all categories should not exceed 300 words (in the case of panel sessions, there should be individual abstracts for each paper as well as an abstract for the overall session). Please include in one file, along with your abstract or proposal, your name, contact details, affiliation, and a brief biography (150 words).

All proposals should be submitted by e-mail as a Microsoft Word attachment to Majella Boland, at smi2014@ucd.ie.

Deadline for submissions: Friday, 29th November 2013

The Programme Committee will endeavour to inform all applicants of the outcome by the end of January 2014.

Programme Committee:

Majella Boland (Chair), Paul Higgins, Julian Horton, Nicole Grimes, Wolfgang Marx.

For further information on the conference, please see: http://www.ucd.ie/music/SMI%20Conference/index.html


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