Re: Feminist Theory and Music CFP


Subject: Re: Feminist Theory and Music CFP
From: macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Mon Jan 24 2005 - 22:29:20 EST


Xactly :-)

Elizabeth Hinkle wrote:

> My - how timely considering our current discussions! (from gen-mus)
>
> Note that the deadline nears.
>
> Fred Maus
>
> ==
> CALL FOR PAPERS
>
> Feminist Theory and Music 8
> City University of New York, Graduate Center & New
> York University
> 23-26 June 2005 New York City
>
> The eighth meeting of the biennial conference Feminist
> Theory and Music will take place from Thursday, 23
> June to Sunday, 26 June 2005 in New York City at the
> CUNY Graduate Center and New York University.
>
> One focus of this year's conference will be the
> relationship of gender, sexuality, and race to the
> variety of musics in New York City. Additionally, we
> welcome proposals that consider the implications of
> feminist and queer music scholarship in a post-9/11
> world characterized by a conservative moralistic
> backlash. As always, the Feminist Theory and Music
> conference invites contributions on all aspects of
> musical inquiry, drawing on feminism, gender studies,
> women's studies, queer studies, critical race theory,
> postcolonial studies, and area studies/ethnic studies
> from cross-disciplinary perspectives. Composers whose
> work engages any of these areas are also invited to
> submit proposals for presentations on their music.
>
> For a 20-minute presentation, please submit an
> abstract of no more than 250 words, along with your
> contact information (name, address, phone number,
> email address, and affiliation if any) and a list of
> audiovisual requirements. Please send your proposal
> via e-mail to ftm8.conference@nyu.edu. We also welcome
> proposals for alternative formats such as panel/forum
> discussions and lecture-performances. Such proposals
> should provide a detailed description of the session
> and the names and roles of the participants in an
> abstract of no more than 500 words.
>
> For information on the conference, please visit
> www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/music/ftm8. Performance tapes
> or CDs for possible lecture-performances should be
> mailed to Prof. Ellie Hisama, Ph.D. Program in Music,
> City University of New York, 365 Fifth Avenue, New
> York, NY 10016 USA; please include a stamped,
> self-addressed postcard or your e-mail address for
> confirmation of receipt.
>
> Proposals must be received via email by 7 February
> 2005.
>
> Program Committee
> Suzanne G. Cusick and Ellie M. Hisama (co-chairs),
> Farah Jasmine Griffin, Marion A. Guck, Tomie Hahn,
> Elizabeth Hoffman, Anahid Kassabian, Martha Mockus,
> Annie Janeiro Randall, Martin Scherzinger, and Sherrie
> Tucker
>
> Feminist Theory and Music 8 is cosponsored by the
> Ph.D./D.M.A. Program in Music, City University of New
> York; Department of Music, New York University;
> Institute for Studies in American Music, Brooklyn
> College, CUNY; Women's Studies Certificate Program,
> Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, and Continuing
> Education and Public Programs, CUNY Graduate Center;
> and the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality
> and the Program in Women's Studies, New York
> University.



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