UNIVERSITY OF TEESSIDE
24 JUNE 2009
CALL FOR PAPERS
We invite proposals addressing any aspect of gender and musical performance in the formats of spoken papers (20 minutes plus questions), recitals (30 minutes) and round table discussions (1 hour). Contributions from any discipline are welcomed, although work using a psychological approach is particularly encouraged. Please send abstracts for proposals (200 words max.)
including your AV needs to Noola Griffiths.
Abstracts must be received by 03 April 2009.
Feedback will be given by 20 April 2009.
Further information will be available in due course from: http://www.scm.tees.ac.uk/n.griffiths/gender
Noola Griffiths (firstname.lastname@example.org)
School of Computing
University of Teesside