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CfP: Music in Switzerland

loicriom (22 févr. 2016)

CfP: Music in Switzerland through the Prism of Social Sciences. In Switzerland, there are still only a handful of studies on music in the social sciences. The musical life of this country, however, is of an exceptional value. Data from the Swiss Federal Statistical Office show an important musical ...

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CfP: Investigating Cultural Expertise

loicriom (4 oct. 2016)

Call for papers for an international conference organised by the Groupe d'Études sur la Prescription at the MSH de Dijon (France) on 5, 6 and 7 April 2017. With the support of the Université de Bourgogne-Franche-Comté (UBC) and of the CIMEOS (UBC), and GERIICO (Lille 3) laboratories. Keynote ...

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CfP: Fringes, outsides and undergrounds: The aesthetics and politics of unpopular music

Nikoghosyan, Nuné (30 sept. 2015)

Call For Papers - Fringes, outsides and undergrounds: The aesthetics and politics of unpopular music One-day conference to be held at Goldsmiths on 7 May 2016 Musical forms such as noise, extreme metal, performance art, experimental techno, free improv and more take inspiration from both popular and ...

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Interview: Tia DeNora (University of Exeter)

Nikoghosyan, Nuné (18 févr. 2016)

Tia DeNora is Professor of Sociology of Music at the University of Exeter and director of the SocArts Research Group at Exeter. Her main research focus is sociology of music, especially music's uses and powers in social life.  With a PhD in Sociology from the University of California San Diego ( ...

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What's prog rock? Interview with Simon Frith

loicriom (8 nov. 2016)

Interview with Simon Frith by François Ribac conducted in April 2014 for the international conference on progressive rock at the University of Burgundy in December 2014. We would like to thank François Ribac for sharing the video with us. Photo @wikicommons

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First Ever Ethnomusicology Master in Switzerland

Nikoghosyan, Nuné (23 avr. 2016)

Switzerland will soon see its first ever Master's programme in ethnomusicology, starting in September 2016. It will be the fruit of a collaboration between three institutions: the University of Geneva, the University of Neuchâtel and the Geneva music school Haute école de musique (HEM). The aim: ...

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CfP: Working in Music / Travailler dans la musique

Nikoghosyan, Nuné (22 févr. 2017)

International Conference Working in Music Travailler dans la musique  Lausanne, 11-13 January 2018 As with any artistic production, music is also - and perhaps mainly - work. Such an idea is opposed to the romantic mythology from the 19th Century which conceives of artistic activity as coming ...

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Canadian Undergraduate Journal of Musicology: new issue

Nikoghosyan, Nuné (5 juin 2016)

To announce the publication of the latest issue of the Canadian Undergraduate Journal of Musicology (2016), a short message from the Editors-in-Chief Jason Mile and Rebecca Shaw:  "On behalf of the Don Wright Faculty of Music at Western University Canada, it is our pleasure to present the ninth ...

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Interview: Shane Homan (Monash University)

Nikoghosyan, Nuné (12 avr. 2016)

Shane Homan is Associate Professor in media and cultural studies at Monash University, Australia. With a PhD from Macquarie University (1999), he has also taught at the Universities of Western Sydney and Newcastle.  His research and publications in popular music studies over the past decade have ...

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Tribute acts in academia

Nikoghosyan, Nuné (23 oct. 2016)

By Nuné Nikoghosyan Tribute acts are a growing reality today not only in number, but also in terms of the domains where we find them. The most known are in music, where we find tribute bands of virtually every more or less famous singer or band, from Led Zeppelin to Madonna to Coldplay. They not ...

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