CFP: Pre-conference seminar of the Asian-German Studies in Music Working Group | online (15.06.2022)

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Pre-conference seminar of the Asian-German Studies in Music Working Group

In association with the IMS Global Music History Study Group

The Asian-German Studies in Music working group** is holding a pre-conference seminar online on 8–9 August 2022, prior to the IMS2022 Congress in Athens. We invite interested researchers, teachers, and art practitioners to share work-in-progress in an open and supportive setting. Participants will share manuscripts of ca. 2500–6000 words in length (or work in any other appropriate format) with the seminar group two weeks in advance. In the seminar, each participant will have 5 minutes to introduce their project before a 25-minute workshop discussion.

The seminar is for anyone interested in exploring any aspect of ‘Asian’ and ‘German’ connections. As always, we define ‘Asian’ and ‘German’ broadly to include the Asian continent and the Indo-Pacific sphere and their peoples in the diasporas, and we consider the German-speaking worlds both in Europe and beyond.  

To participate, please send a 250-word proposal as well as an 80-word biography to John Gabriel <john.gabriel@unimelb.edu.au> and Amanda Hsieh <amanda.hsieh@durham.ac.uk> before 15 June 2022. Collaborative projects are welcome, too.

This pre-conference seminar is additional to the IMS Global Music History Study Group’s session during the IMS2022 Congress on 22–26 August; the exact day and time are soon to be announced in the published congress programme.

**The Asian-German Studies in Music working group also meets quarterly online to discuss readings and share ideas. Our next meeting will be on 1 June. Please contact John and Amanda via the above email addresses to join the mailing list or if you have any questions.

 

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Redaktion: Constanze Baum – Lukas Büsse – Mark-Georg Dehrmann – Nils Gelker – Markus Malo – Alexander Nebrig – Johannes Schmidt

Diese Ankündigung wurde von H-GERMANISTIK [Lukas Büsse] betreut – editorial-germanistik@mail.h-net.msu.edu