Psaltiki (Psaltic art) as an autonomous science: Scientific branches – Related Scientific Fields – Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Interaction

Psaltiki as an autonomous science:
Scientific brances – Related Scientific Fields – Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Interaction.

 The Department of Psaltic Art and Musicology of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies, announces CHANGES OF DATES and the EXTENSION OF DEADLINES for the submission of proposals for the 1st International Interdisciplinary Musicological Conferencewith title: «Psaltiki as an autonomous scienceScientific branches – Related Scientific Fields– Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Interaction». In particular:

The opening ceremony will be held in the evening of Sunday, June 29th, 2014, (instead of June 30th), and it will be combined with the Great Vespers on the feast of the Assembly of the Twelve Apostles, in one of the central churches of the city of Volos. The Venerable Bishop Ignatios will call God’s blessing upon the meeting and declare the opening of the Conference. The vespers will take place with the participation of a large chanting choir.

Due to the large number of participants, the proceedings of the Conference may continue until Thursday, July 3rd.

The deadline for submission of proposals, along with summaries and short curriculum vitae, is extended to January 31st, 2014.

We remind you that Proposals for contribution in the Conference must be submitted to the Organizing Committee of the conference, to the addresses . Alternatively, they can be submitted by ordinary post, to the address: Volos Academy of Theological Studies – 1st Musicological Conference, Thessalia Conference Center, Melissiatika Volou GR-38500 Greece

Selection of proposals will be announced not later than February 10th, 2014.

The rest of the Conference details is exactly the same as it was announced earlier, thus:

The confirmation of participation, along with the payment of the participation fee, must be not later than March 1st, 2014.

Presentations of individual papers must not be longer than 20 minutes and will be followed by a short 10-minute discussion.

Papers must be presented either in Greek or English language. Speakers who choose the Greek language, must submit an English translation of their paper as well, not later than June 15th, 2014 (in .doc or .pdf. form), in order to facilitate the work of the translators. Translations of English papers into the Greek language are also welcome.

We kindly ask you to disseminate this message to everyone possibly interested.