University of Huddersfield, 27-28 June 2018: In association with the Institute of Musical Research
The REMOSS study group will be holding their fourth annual conference at the University of Edinburgh on June 15-16. The REMOSS study group will hold its fourth annual conference at the University of Edinburgh on 15-16 June 2018. REMOSS’s previous activities have been largely focussed on the use of early music in stage and screen contexts; this conference hopes to widen that perspective turning its focus towards ‘medievalism’ as a methodological and aesthetic lens through which to further interrogate those themes.
I am very happy to announce the fall issue of Quarterly Horse (2.1). Read about Jazz and police violence, Lolita and the American landscape, John Brown and madness. Then look through the archives to see some of the work we published last year.
Quarterly Horse is an open-access journal that publishes brief, scholarly essays on American culture, essays that are no more than 1,500 words in length.
Call for Submissions
Date: Friday, 11 May 2017
Location: The Trent Building, University Park Campus, University of Nottingham, UK
“Resonating Occupation” will be the second workshop held under the ERC-funded Cultures of Occupation in Twentieth Century Asia (COTCA) project at the University of Nottingham.You can find more information at: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/research/groups/cotca/index.aspx
Brecht and Music
German Studies Association conference (Pittsburgh, 27-30 September, 2018)
Co-sponsored by the International Brecht Society and the GSA Music and Sound Studies Network
Nineteenth-Century Time: A Symposium
CALL FOR PAPERS
Reinventing speeches and stages: RAP - between local and global knowledge
2nd Global Conference: Music &....Nationalism
29th to 30th June 2018
The spectre of national anthems being sung at mass events, political rallies and the use of pop music and established musicians providing endorsements at political rallies suggest that the relationship between music and the spirit nationalism is as strong as it has been since its emergence as a feature of 19th century romantic music. This conference aims to bring together interdisciplinary research perspectives on the relationship between music and nationalism.
The Bethlehem Conference on Moravian History and Music will be held on the campus of Moravian college from October 11-13, 2018.
This conference explores Moravian history and music from the fifteenth to twenty-first centuries in Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa, and Australia.
We are now accepting proposals for individual papers, panels or lecture recitals on any topic related to Moravian history and music.
CALL FOR PAPERS AND PANELS: THE AFRICAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM (ASAUK) 2018 CONFERENCE