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CfP: “Music, Pedagogy and Community”

Das Symposium an der Universität von South Wales wird am 05. März 2016 ebendort durchgeführt. Ideen zum Thema werden ab sofort gesucht.

Der komplette Call for Papers:

“*Music, Pedagogy and Community: A** symposium at University of South
Wales, hosted by the Creative Industries Research Institute*
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Saturday, 5th of March 2016, the ATRiuM, 86-88 Adam Street, Cardiff*
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*Keynote speaker: *Professor Raymond MacDonald (University of Edinburgh)

The University of South Wales and the Creative Industries Research
Institute will host a symposium on 5th of March on music, pedagogy and
community. The symposium will explore ideas of how musical participatory
practices can build a sense of community, and how pedagogical practices,
formal but also and possibly more importantly informal, are a part of
the process of social continuity in certain societies, cultures or
sub-cultures.

We want to bring scholars and artists together to explore and
investigate the notions of communities built (wholly or in part) around
music. The symposium will be a one day event which takes place on 5th of
March 2016. Registration will open during the autumn of 2015.

We invite proposals for 20-minute papers, screenings and live events
followed by discussion. Please submit an abstract of no more than 300
words and a short biography of no more than 50 words to both Emily
Underwood-Lee: emily.underwood-lee@southwales.ac.uk
<mailto:emily.underwood-lee@southwales.ac.uk> and Christina
Papagiannouli: christina.papagiannouli@southwales.ac.uk
<mailto:christina.papagiannouli@southwales.ac.uk>. Please also include
your email address, institution (if applicable) and any access and
presentation requirements. We very much welcome the participation of PhD
students and early-career colleagues.

Topics may include, but will not be limited to, the following:

• Transformative practices, musical provocations, changing lives.
• Possible musical cultures: utopias, fictions, temporalities.
• Race and gender: identity, difference and the creation of musical
communities.
• Performing history: musical communities as the guardians of styles,
performance practices and traditions.
• Process and emergence: rehearsal methods, oral traditions, adaptation
and change.
• Dualities within performance (i.e. private/ public, local/ global).
• Pedagogy and learning: training, growth, ignorance.

*The deadline for the submission of proposals is 1st of December 2015.*

*Convener:* Dr Robert Smith (University of South Wales)

/For further information about the symposium, please see
//http://drama.research.southwales.ac.uk/news/en/2015/oct/23/call-papers-music-pedagogy-and-community////

<http://drama.research.southwales.ac.uk/news/en/2015/oct/23/call-papers-music-pedagogy-and-community/

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Kind Regards,

Dr Christina Papagiannouli

Research Assistant

Faculty of Creative Industries

University of South Wales

ATRium CA402,

Adam Street,

Cardiff,

CF24 2FN

christina.papagiannouli@southwales.ac.uk

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