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SEMPRE Graduate Conference – Monday 25 March 2019
This one- day SEMPRE conference is for graduate studentsto present and discuss their own original research in music psychology, music education, and in the wider field of music and science. Graduate students from any institution are welcome to apply to participate The conference will take place at the Faculty of Music of the University of Cambridge (UK) on March 25, 2019
Professor Martin Rohrmeier, director of the Digital and Cognitive Musicology Lab at the École Polytechnique Fédéral de Lausanne, will be joining us as the keynote speaker. Registration cost for attendees and presenters is £25 and includes lunch, coffee, and refreshments. The deadline for registration for attendees and presenters is 18 March 2019, subject to places being available.
Graduate students interested in presenting in one of the three formats (5 min flash talk, 25 min long talk, or poster presentation) should submit a 300 word abstract, stating preferred presentation format. Proposals should be submitted in PDF format to Gabriele Cecchetti at firstname.lastname@example.org by 11 January 2019. Please use “SEMPRE Graduate Conference 2019, Abstract” as your subject line, and state your student status and your institution. If your abstract is accepted for inclusion, you may be eligible for a SEMPRE Conference Award to help cover travel and registration costs.
More details available on the website at: https://cms.mus.cam.ac.uk/sempre-graduate-conference
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The 2019 Society for Music Perception and Cognition meeting will take place at New York University on August 5-7, 2019. For more information please check the conference website.
CIM19 – Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology – “Embodiment in Music”
CIM has its own society (the Society for Interdisciplinary Musicology) and its own international peer-reviewed journal (the Journal of Interdisciplinary Music Studies). The best presentations at each CIM are invited for publication in a special issue of JIMS. Other presenters are invited to revise and submit their papers to JIMS for publication in a regular issue.
- CIM celebrates diversity. We aim to treat all musically relevant disciplines, all musicological sub-disciplines and paradigms, and all music researchers equally.
- CIM promotes epistemologically distant collaborations. All contributions are encouraged to have at least two authors. The first two authors should preferably represent two of the following three groups: humanities, sciences, practically oriented disciplines.
- CIM focuses on quality rather than quantity and fosters intellectually rigorous debate. Academic standards are promoted by anonymous peer review of submitted abstracts by independent international experts in relevant (sub-) disciplines.
If you hear of any conferences that may be interesting for music psychologists then please forward details to me: v.williamson- at- sheffield.ac.uk