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CfP Riffs: Experimental Writing on Popular Music (PG Journal)

[cid:01F27FAE-5C76-4544-A169-8BE0E2D29ED2@Home] Call for Proposals The editorial team of Riffs: Experimental Writing on Popular Music invite 300 word proposals
    Sarah Raine
    Mar 27
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    Open Call For IASPM-US Journal Reviewers

    Hi Everyone! We're seeking reviewers for the journal of IASPM-US, Journal of Popular Music Studies. Any and all topics and approaches are welcome. Please see
    Mar 15

    Download the New Equinox App!

    Dear Scholars Exciting news! Ebooks are now available to order from the Equinox website (www.equinoxpub.com) and this week we have just launched our new
    Valerie Hall
    Mar 14

    CFP: MUSICultures - Ecologies / Écologies

    MUSICultures solicits articles for publication in a special issue on Ecologies, guest edited by Dr. Aaron S. Allen (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
    Heather Sparling
    Mar 14

    Announcing MUSICultures 43-2: Music & Tourism

    I am very pleased to announce the publication of the most recent issue of MUSICultures (43-2), a special issue on Music and Tourism guest edited by Dr. Jessica
    Heather Sparling
    Mar 4

    IASPM-US Web Digest: March Edition

    Hi Everyone, Welcome to March! Spring is in certainly in the air. That’s especially true here Philadelphia. It's so humid, I'm worried I woke up in August.
    Jarek Ervin
    Mar 1

    Re: Scholarship on Live Albums and Audience Labor

    There is an increasingly robust literature on chuimsae (calls of encouragement) in Korean traditional music, esp. pansori (check the work of Chan E Park as a
    CedarBough T. Saeji
    Mar 1

    Re: Scholarship on Live Albums and Audience Labor

    [Crass self-promotion to follow:] My article "The Screamers" (Daedalus 142/4 [Fall 2013]: 11-23) traces the development of the practice/trope of the screaming
    Burke, Patrick
    Feb 27

    Re: Scholarship on Live Albums and Audience Labor

    You might look up Christopher DeLaurenti - I believe he studied this and did a recording project based on audience noise. Sent from my iPhone ... You might
    Feb 26

    Scholarship on Live Albums and Audience Labor

    Hi everyone, A colleague (CC’ed) is looking for “scholarship to do with audience noise on concert albums and/or theorizing the labor that audiences perform
    Eric Smialek
    Feb 26

    Gender and Sexualities in (post)Soviet/(post)Socialist Music, Theate

    Gender andSexualities in (post)Soviet/(post)Socialist Music, Theater, and Visual Arts Date:  April 19-20, 2017 Deadline for Abstract Submissions:
    Stephen Amico
    Feb 24

    Current Musicology Call for Submissions, MARCH 1

    Dear IASPM members: All areas of music thinking are encouraged to submit articles for the next issue of Current Musicology! See the current call below
    Tom Wetmore
    Feb 19

    CFP: 2017 Bluegrass Music Symposium

    Call for Proposals, 2017 Bluegrass Music Symposium The Bluegrass Symposium held in 2005 at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green was a watershed event
    Gregory N. Reish
    Feb 14

    roommate for IASPM conference?

    Giving it another go - As a new member, I don't know who will be at the conference, so I'd really appreciate tips on anyone who might be looking for a roommate
    Suzanne Wint
    Feb 9

    IASPM-US Web Digest: February Edition

    Hi All, I'm sending the IASPM-US Web Digest out a tad later this month. Typically, IASPM-US Web Digest goes out at the beginning of each month to keep you
    Jarek Ervin
    Feb 9
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