The AMS Ludomusicology Study Group will host a session at AMS Rochester 2017. We invite abstracts (250 words max) for 20-minute presentations on any aspect of ludomusicology. Proposals for complete panels or alternative formats (discussion, debate, demonstration, group activity) are also welcome.
We are particularly interested in proposals that explore some aspect of *Music,* *Gaming & Identity*, with all terms defined in the broadest possible sense. “Gaming,” for instance, may include interactions with video games, board games, sports, and more—while “identity” may refer to issues such as (but not restricted to) race, class, sexuality, and disability.
Please send submissions (as Word docs) to email@example.com by 5 May 2017.
Do not include your name/identifying information in the submission itself.
Please include audio/visual or other presentation needs.
The program committee will send out decisions by 15 May 15 2017.
Accepted participants must follow the conference registration policies of the AMS.