MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY, ST JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND, CANADA
13 - 19 JULY 2011
CALL FOR PAPERS
ICTM is dedicated to the study of traditional, folk, popular, classical, and urban musics and dances of the world.
DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS: SEPTEMBER 7, 2010
1. Indigenous Modernities
2. Cross-Cultural Approaches to the Study of the Voice
3. Rethinking Ethnomusicology through the Gaze of Movement
4. Atlantic Roots/Routes
5. Dialogical Knowledge Production and Representation: Implications and Ethics
6. Acoustic Ecology
7. New Research
PROPOSALS are invited in the following categories: Individual Paper, Film/Video, Organized Panel, Forum/Roundtable, and Participatory Workshop. Abstracts of up to 300 words can be submitted online at http://www.mun.ca/ictm.
Program Commmittee Chair Contact Information:
Salwa El-Shawan Castelo Branco
Email: secb at fcsh.unl.pt
Local Arrangements Committee Contact Information:
Email: ictm2011 at mun.ca
North America's oldest city, St. John's is located on a centuries-old shipping route.
This port city developed at the hub of trans-Atlantic trade, becoming home to a variety of vibrant cultural traditions. A rich array of performances are in the planning. You will enjoy local traditions, diverse styles of Native American music and dance, and distinguished performers from across Canada.