Wednesday, 24 June 2009

CFP: Civil Disobedience 2009 (Arizona State University)

CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE 2009
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
2 - 3 OCTOBER 2009
CALL FOR PAPERS AND PERFORMANCES

The School of Music at Arizona State University invites proposals for papers and performances related to the topics for “Civil Disobedience,2009” on October 2-3. Civil Disobedience is an interdisciplinary collaboration between hip hop artists, residents of Phoenix, Arizona,and the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University. This year’s topics include the following:

Hip Hop in the American Southwest
Immigration in Hip Hop Culture
Rap Music, Hip Hop, and Social Change
Hip Hop in the Academy

For more details on this conference, please visit
http://civildisobedience.asu.edu.

Guidelines
Performances and Lecture-performances should be no longer than forty minutes. Individual or joint papers should be no longer than thirty minutes. Proposals for other types of presentations or discussions are welcome.

Include the following for all submissions:

1. Proposer’s name, e-mail address, and institutional affiliation or city of residence
2. 250-word proposal
3. 100-word version of your proposal suitable for publication in the conference program (.txt or .rtf format) and website. Include proposer's name and email, and the proposal title in this file.
4. A list of audio / visual and special needs.

Materials should be sent to Dr. Richard Mook at Richard.mook [AT]asu.edu. All proposals should be received by August 15.

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