CFP (workshop): INTERCONNECTIONS: The Science, Art and Practice of Music

INTERCONNECTIONS: The Science, Art and Practice of Music
6-7 MAY 2011
SCHOOL OF MUSIC, BANGOR UNIVERSITY

Keynote speaker: John Irving (Director of IMR)
Workshop: Daniel Mullensiefen (Goldsmiths, University of London)


The Institute of Musical Research is holding a training conference which
unites postgraduate music students for the expansion and exploration of the
multi-faceted discipline of musical studies.  INTERCONNECTIONS aims to
provide a friendly and constructive atmosphere within a formal structure
where students can present research and receive critical feedback.  The
conference builds on the collaborative and interdisciplinary platform of the
IMR, providing an opportunity for students of music to come in contact with
a variety of subjects whilst serving as a base to connect with other
postgraduates.

CFP: Deadline 28 February 2011
Email abstracts to: elina.hamilton@bangor.ac.uk

150-word proposals for 20-min papers on any kind of music research from a
wide variety of disciplines within musical studies:
Psychology, Neurosciences, Cognitive/Computer Sciences, Acoustics,
Philosophy Sociology, Aesthetics, Cultural and Gender Studies, Popular
Music, etc.

This conference is organised by the IMR student representatives:
Elina G. Hamilton (Bangor University)
Mats Kussner (King’s College, London)

For more detailed information, please refer to ‘events’ under the IMR
website: http://music.sas.ac.uk/imr-events/imr-conferences-colloquia-performance-events/interconnections.html