Welcome to the Musicology/Ethnomusicology/Music Theory Conferences WikiEdit
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This Wiki is for sharing information about upcoming Musicology and/or Music Thoery conferences, including Calls for Papers, meeting dates/times/places, deadlines, acceptances/rejections, and any other "insider" information you might care to share about a conference. Most of the listings will be from the AMS/SEM/SMT "complex," but all conferences that accept papers on musical subjects are welcome.
"General Discussion" (located below the conference listings and deadline calendar) is for topics not related to a specific conference; feel free to post comments/questions/answers related to a specific conference under its main listing.
Contributors: 'Please use the "Conference Name/Meeting place; dates/CFP submission date" format, as applicable. Listings are given in alphabetic order by title; be sure to check that your conference is not already listed! In addition to your listing, don't forget to put the sumission deadline on the calander, immediately below the conference listings.
NOTICE: we are having some issues with the formatting, so for the time being, I'm going to get rid of all bullet points. We will continue to use bold and plain type to differentiate between heading and additional information
- Does anyone update this page??
IMS-EA Second Biennial Conference: Musics in The Shifting Global Order/Taipei; October 18-20, 2013/February 28, 2013
Medieval and Renaissance Music/Certaldo (Florence, Italy); July 4-7, 2013/February 15, 2013
c. 200 words + other info to firstname.lastname@example.org
Music in Nineteenth Century Britain/Cardiff University; 24-27 June, 2013/February 15, 2013
250-word abstract to email@example.com
The Phenomenon of Singing/St. John's (Newfoundland, Canada); July 7-10, 2013/February 28, 2013
Information, including CFP info, at http://www.popmac.org.uk
Submission deadline passedEdit
The Practices of Comedy/University Nova de Lisboa; June 20-22, 2013/December 7, 2012
300 words + 150 word biographical note to "firstname.lastname@example.org"
Roots of American Musical Life/Williamsburg, VA; May 30-June 1, 2013/December 1, 2012
Brief bio, 1-page MS Word doc to email@example.com (inquiries as well)
Sacre Celebration: Revisiting, Reflecting, Revisioning/York University (Toronto, Canada); April 18-20, 2013/November 15, 2012
Send 250 words via email to "firstname.lastname@example.org"
Sounds from Behind the Iron Curtain: Polish Music after World War II/Polish Music Center, USC; April 6, 2013/December 1, 2012
Time Stands Still: Notation in Musical Practice, Wesleyan University, April 5-6, 2013/November 1, 2012
300 words to Jane Alden: jalden01 at wesleyan.edu
Western Classical Music Pedagogy/University of London; March 27, 2013/November 30, 2012
200 words to email@example.com
Info at music.sas.ac.uk
Music Since 1900/Liverpool Hope University (UK);September 12-15, 2013/December 14, 2012
New Elizabethans 1953-2013: Nation, Culture, and Modern Identity/London; June 13-15, 2013/December 15, 2012
250 words to firstname.lastname@example.org
Pacific Northwest Graduate Student/University of Victoria (Victoria, BC); February 9-10, 2013/December 1, 2012
250 words to "email@example.com"
The Performing Body in the Hollywood Film Musical/Colgate Univesity (Hamilton, NY); April 4-6, 2013/December 15, 2012
300 words to "firstname.lastname@example.org"
Confrerence info at www.colgate.edu/filmmusicals
Musical Life in Belgium During the Second World War/Universite Libre de Bruxelles; October 11-12, 2013/December 15, 2012
500 words to "email@example.com
Music and Diplomacy/Tufts and Harvard Universities; March 1-2, 2013/November 19, 2012
300 words to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include contact information, affiliation (if any), and anticipated audio needs.
Info at http://www.h-net.org/announce
Music and Labour/McMaster University (Hamilton, ON); May 23-26, 2013/October 31, 2012
Abstract (word length not given) in French or English to William Echard (email@example.com)
Lyrica Dialgoues/Harvard University; April 2013/December 21, 2012
150 words to firstname.lastname@example.org, "Dialogues" in the subject line
Medieval Graduate Student Symposium/University of North Texas (Denton); April 11-12, 2013/December 1, 2012
300 words to Mickey.Abel@unt.edu
West Coast Conference of Music Theory and Analysis; March 15-17, 2013; Jan. 15, 2013Edit
750 words; full info at http://pages.uoregon.edu/wccmta/index.html
3rd International Conference on Music & Emotion/University of Jyväskylä, Finland; June 11-15, 2013/December 14, 2012.
250 words; full info at www.jyu.fi/icme3
AMS New England/Tufts University (Somerville, MA); February 2, 2013/November 26, 2012
300 words to email@example.com
At Play in the Space Between, 1914-1915/DePaul University (Chicago); June 20-22, 2013/December 7, 2012
300 words and short bio to firstname.lastname@example.org
Bridges Toward America/Paris, France; April 4-5, 2013/November 1, 2012
Theme: Interactions between Popular and Art Musics in the United States
Contact and inquiries: c_desponts3 at orange.fr
Christian Congregational Music: Local and Global Perspectives/Ripon College Cuddeson (Oxford, UK); August 1-3, 2013/December 14, 2012
250 words; full info at http://www.rcc.ac.uk/index.cfm?fuseaction=prospective.content&cmid=182
Color in Medieval France/Paris; June 27-29, 2013/December 1, 2012
300 words (English or French) for 20-min paper to "email@example.com"
Informational website: http://www.ims-paris.org
Diasporas/University of Wisconsin, Madison; April 9-12, 2013/October 31, 2012
350 words to conneyproject.wisc.edu, with 100 word bio.
Info at http://conneyproject.wisc.edu/; inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hearing Landscape Critically: Music, Place, and the Spaces of Sound/University of Stellenbosch (South Africa); September 9-11, 2013/January 18, 2013
300 words for papers, or 500 words for panels, to "email@example.com"
Submissions deadline calendarEdit
1.7.2013 Medieval Grad
1.18.2013 Hearing Landscape
2.15.2013 Music in 19th-c Britain // Medieval and Renaissance
1.20.2013 McGill Music Graduate Symposium
2.28.2013 Phenomenon of Singing
12.6.2013 SBU Graduate Symposium, Music and Nature
This section is for discussing general conference-related subjects, not specific to any particular conference. (Feel free to post comments/questions/answers related to a specific conference under its main listing.)
Q 12/1/11: Would those of you who have successfully submitted abstracts to the "big ones" (AMS/SEM/SMT National, prestigious international conferences, etc), or those of you who sit/have sat on selection committees for these types of conferences, be willing to share any tips on abstract writing?
A1 (12/4/11): An old-fashioned approach has worked for me: have new evidence that shapes our underdstanding of something interesting and/or contributes to an ongoing discourse. In this case, the abstract should describe the evidence, make a claim that the evidence supports, and explain why anyone should care about such a claim (and thus the evidence)—especially if it's not obvious.
A2 (12/10/2011): You might be interested in seeing the handout and notes found on the SMT site at http://societymusictheory.org/administration/committees/pdc/proposals ; on this web page you will find some guidelines, hints, as well as some samples of proposals that have been accepted in the past..
A3 (1/2/2012): Successful abstracts from AMS National 2011 at http://www.ams-net.org/sanfrancisco/AMS-San-Francisco-2011-Final-Abstracts.pdf. Good luck everyone!
Q: 12/2/11: I've got CV question: I've been told that you should NOT put talks given at your home institution for your department/colleagues on your CV, but I was wondering whether to put graduate-student symposia, for which you successfully submitted a paper in a competitve submission process, on the CV? If so, at what point should you take it off (after your first presentation at any type of professional conference, after acceptance to one of the "big ones" (to quote 12/1)? Thoughts?
A1: 12/5/11: Absolutely put grad conferences on CVs- they are important conferences, more competitive than one might think (as steering committee member for a grad conference last year, our accept rate was about 1/3), and can also show breadth of knowledge if you're, say, doing a side topic that's not in your diss field. That being said, I've been told doing lots of grad conferences (more than 2-3) then becomes serious padding. As for the first, why not? It is, after all, a scholarly presentation for one's peers. Also, since such talks are either done in fulfillment of degree requirements, as a result of interdisciplinary connections, or subject to competitive processes (i.e. university-wide grad student lecture series), most people don't have the opportunity to do more than 1 or 2, removing the "padding" aspect.
Q: 01/27/12: Is it considered bad form to submit two proposals/abstracts (for two distinct papers) to a single conference, then retract one if both are chosen?
A1 (2/1/12): Yes.