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Open Call: Submissions for the 7th Study Group Symposium at Lucerne School of Music

21 November 2019

The ICTM Study Group on Applied Ethnomusicology, the Lucerne School of Music, the Department of Composition, Electroacoustics, and Tonmeister Education of mdw – University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, and the Swiss Society for Ethnomusicology invite ethnomusicologists and artistic researchers to submit papers for the 7th Study Group Symposium «Performing, Engaging, Knowing» to be held in Sursee (Lucerne, Switzerland) from 26 to 29 August 2020. 

The symposium aims to bring together ethnomusicological and artistic practices to uncover convergences and conflicts between different forms of sonic, musical, and social knowing. We hope this will offer mutual inspiration for researchers, ethnomusicologists, and artists, and that it will open doors to new kinds of interactions, new methodologies, and new forms of interventions. 

Topics
  • Performing ethnomusicological and/or artistic interventions for social and political change
  • Collaborative and diversity-sensitive production, performance, and dissemination of auditory and sound knowledge (involving social collectives and/or ethnomusicologists and/or artists)
  • Non-verbal forms of knowledge (tacit, procedural, embodied, sensual, emotional) in applied ethnomusicology and artistic research
  • Ethnomusicologically informed artistic research methods / artistically informed ethnomusicological research methods
  • Other topics arising from new applied, practice-based, and action research in music
Formats of contributions
Contributions can have the following formats:
  • Individual academic papers and lectures (20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes Q&A)
  • Individual performance lectures (20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes Q&A)
  • Artistic performances (20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes Q&A)
  • Recorded video/audio presentations (20 minutes, followed by a 10-minute video call Q&A)
  • Poster presentations (we will provide a slot for posters presented on location or by recorded video presentation of 5 minutes, followed by 5 minutes Q&A; video call option available)
  • Themed panels, performance cycles, or mixed forms with an opening statement and 3 to 4 contributions (70 minutes, followed by 20 minutes Q&A)
  • Debates with opening statement, 2 to 4 (controversial) short inputs, and active participation of the attendees (30 minutes, followed by 60 minutes moderated plenary discussion)
  • Other interdisciplinary and/or experimental contribution formats (please specify when submitting your abstract)
The submission deadline is 15 January 2020.
For more information and to submit, please visit the website.
 


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