I CONGRESS OF THE BRAZILIAN MUSICOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION (ABMUS) IV INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM OF IBERO-AMERICAN MUSIC (SIMIbA)

I CONGRESS OF THE BRAZILIAN MUSICOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION (ABMUS) IV INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM OF IBERO-AMERICAN MUSIC (SIMIbA)
School of Music of the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG)
October 18-21, 2016
Submission deadline: September 1st, 2016 (12 midnight-BRT)
Curt Lange Archives
Brazilian Musicological Association (ABMUS)

International Musicological Society (IMS)

CALL FOR PAPERS

The I ABMUS/IV SIMIbA Organizing Committee invites researchers from all musicological and music related fields to submit papers and presentations that discuss musicological perspectives, epistemological contributions, paradigms and theoretic-conceptual fields, as well as objects and research methodologies related but not restricted to Iberian sources as well as issues regarding new epistemological contributions to the so-called epistemologies from the South.

The event will take place at the Curt Lange Archives, and several visitations to historical archives in the Minas Gerais region will be organized sampling the primary sources offered to Lange in the development of his ‘creole’ colonial Baroque music theory.

We would thus like to address the challenges faced in the construction of musical discourses and narratives emerging from non-hegemonic views, contributing to the construction of renewed historical, sociological and anthropological perspectives from New World cultures, and its process of cultural and identity construction.

We are also very pleased to announce as our guest speakers:
Dinko Fabris
 (President, IMS; Università degli Studi della Basilicata)
Juan Pablo Gonzalez (Coordinator, ARLAC/IMS; Universidad Alberto Hurtado SJ, Chile)
Manuel Pedro Ferreira (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)

There will also be concerts by the Amazonas Baroque Orchestra and the Ensemble Iberoamericano with Daniela Fugielle.

Submission process: See the web site for complete details. 1 Sep 2016 deadline.

The Brazilian Musicological Association (ABMUS) will also consider papers for publication in volumes 1 and 2/2017 of the Brazilian Musicological Journal, the Association’s official trilingual publication (Portuguese, Spanish and English).

Templates for all submission formats are available at our website: www.abmus-simiba.site88.net — Visit this site for the complete Call for Proposals.
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