Music and Consciousness conference Fwd:


Subject: Music and Consciousness conference Fwd:
From: Kevin Austin (kevin.austin@videotron.ca)
Date: Thu Aug 11 2005 - 10:12:55 EDT


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>Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2005 14:31:57 +0100
>From: Eric Clarke <e.f.clarke@SHEFFIELD.AC.UK>
>Subject: Music and Consciousness conference
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>Conference on Music and Consciousness
>-- 24 - 26 February 2006, University of Sheffield, UK
>
>A conference jointly organised by The University of Sheffield Department of
>Music and The University of Newcastle's International Centre for Music
>Studies.
>
>Sponsored by the Society for Music Analysis (SMA) and the European Society
>for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM).
>
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>The last 10 years or so have seen the emergence of consciousness
>studies as a multi-disciplinary field of inquiry, partly driven by
>rapid developments in the neurosciences, but also stimulated by
>renewed interest within philosophy and the arts and humanities more
>generally. There is a long history of thought about the relationship
>between music and consciousness, and this conference is intended as
>a forum to bring together the diverse fields within which that
>thinking has gone on. The aim of the conference is therefore to
>approach the subject in as broad and inclusive a manner as possible,
>to provide an opportunity to discover different ways in which the
>relationship has been theorised and described, and to propose some
>of the ways in which future research and practice might develop. The
>conference will consist entirely of plenary sessions so as to enable
>the most inclusive and wide-ranging participation, and significant
>amounts of time will be allocated for discussion.
>
>Given overlapping terminology and different intellectual traditions,
>proposals are invited for papers addressing any aspects of music and
>consciousness, music and subjectivity, music and altered states,
>music and subjective experience, and the historical and cultural
>mediations of thinking about music and consciousness.
>
>
>Abstracts for papers of 30 minutes duration should be sent by email to
>e.f.Clarke@shef.ac.uk or d.i.Clarke@newcastle.ac.uk, bearing in mind the
>following guidelines:
>* abstract of not more than 200 words
>* include your institutional affiliation and provide clear contact details
>DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF PROPOSALS: 14 October 2005
>
>You will be notified of the outcome by 11 November 2005.
>
>
>Conference directors: David Clarke (University of Newcastle, UK), Eric
>Clarke (University of Sheffield, UK)
>
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>End of AUDITORY Digest - 9 Aug 2005 to 10 Aug 2005 (#2005-158)
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