McGill University, Music Graduate Symposium

    CFP: McGill University, Music Graduate Symposium – March 21-23, 2014         Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    CFP Deadline: Wednesday January 15, 2014

http://www.music.mcgill.ca/mgss/symposium/index.php

    The Music Graduate Students’ Society of McGill University is excited to welcome Dr. James Currie from the University at Buffalo, SUNY, as the keynote speaker for its 2014 Music Graduate Symposium. Dr. Currie’s research centers on interpreting the intersections between music, philosophy, history and politics. His acclaimed book, Music and the Politics of Negation (IU Press, 2012), offers a provocative critique of postmodern ideologies within music scholarship and the academy more broadly. Currie is also a renowned vocalist, improviser, and poet.
    We welcome abstracts (300 words) in any area of music research including, but not limited to, ethnomusicology, music theory, musicology, music education, music technology, sound recording, music psychology, performance, and composition. Papers, lecture recitals, music/art installations, posters, and special sessions of 2-4 panelists are all encouraged. Please indicate in the body of your email which format(s) would suit your presentation. Special session proposals must include a separate 300-word proposal for the session as a whole in addition to individual proposals for each panelist.
    Both abstracts and presentations may be in either English or French. All submissions must be received by Wednesday January 15, 2014. Please send your abstracts­ without any personal identification to allow for anonymous review ­within an MS Word document (.doc, .docx, .rtf). Please also include your abstract within the body of your email along with your name, address, telephone number, and academic affiliation. For the subject heading, please write “Symposium Abstract Submission” and use the following naming format when submitting word files: surname_abstract.docx.
      Please direct submissions to:

symposium@music.mcgill.ca

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