Music Research, Now! Jan 29, 2016

Music Research, Now! / Musiikintutkimus, nyt! / Musikforskning, nu!

 

January 29, 2015

Department of Cultural History, University of Turku

Janus Lecture Hall (Artium Building, Sirkkala Campus Area; Kaivokatu 12)

The fifth annual Music Research, Now! symposium invites Turku-based researchers from whatever field of study, engaging with music or sound, to present their ongoing research at this event.

The main purpose of the event is to facilitate networking among music researchers from various departments and units at the University of Turku, Åbo Akademi University, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Sibelius Museum, and other educational and cultural institutes in Turku. We especially encourage scholars from such fields as, but not limited to, musicology, music education, cultural history, art and media studies, cultural studies, sociology, philosophy, gender studies, and archive work, to actively participate in the event. The symposium is an opportunity for a researcher to receive feedback from the entire pool of music/sound researchers working in the city.

Because of the growing number of educational programs and pathways in English at the universities, and of international and exchange students and researchers, this cfp is written in English, but papers are invited in Finnish and Swedish in addition to English.

The presentations will be speed talks: a 10-minute presentation and 5 minutes for discussion.

In order to register for Music Research, Now! please fill in the online registration form at:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1j_w26z-ptbXKH9zQr1UD5ceiK_aIAGgmMNG6lVUhiqo/viewform?usp=send_form

 

The registration deadline is Friday January 8, 2015.

The seminar program will be published on this website on January 15, 2015.

http://iipc.utu.fi/

The speakers will also be notified by e-mail.

For more information please contact Dr Kimi Kärki, kierka@utu.fi (Department of Cultural History, University of Turku).

Organizer: The Department of Cultural History, University of Turku, in collaboration with the Departments of Musicology and Music Education at the University of Turku, the Department of Musicology at Åbo Akademi University, and the International Institute for Popular Culture (IIPC).

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About Kimi Kärki

Coordinator: International Institute for Popular Culture (IIPC), PhD Programme in Popular Culture Studies (PPCS) & International Master's programme European Heritage, Digital Media and the Information Society (EuroMACHS).

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