A discussion and announcement platform for music researchers sponsored by the Musicological Society of Australia
Dear MSA Forum members,
COVID-19 has impacted planning of the MSA National Conference 2020. If you are thinking about presenting at the conference this year, the MSA would be grateful if you would complete a short survey (approx. 3 minutes) about possibly participating remotely.
Peck Jin Gan started the topic [CFP] Journal of Music Research Online JMRO Call for Papers in the discussion MSA Forum on Humanities Commons 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Dear MSA members,
Please find attached a call for papers for an online music research journal.
The Journal of Music Research Online (JMRO) is a freely accessible, peer-reviewed journal for the publication of scholarly research in music. It has a distinguished international editorial board, broad scope and only publishes research which is of the…[Read more]
John Griffiths started the topic IMS: University of Chicago Online musicology lectures in the discussion MSA Forum on Humanities Commons 4 weeks ago
The IMS would like to bring to your kind attention a new public humanities streaming lecture series launched by the University of Chicago Music Department entitled “Music Revealed.” One of the lectures features Philip V. Bohlman, the co-editor of the IMS’s journal, Acta Musicologica. Please see the link for further detai…[Read more]
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Music and Film in Oceania [working title]
edited by Gregory Camp, University of Auckland
Over the past few decades film production in Oceania (broadly defined as New Zealand, Australia, and the islands that comprise Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia) has grown exponentially, making Australia and New Zealand in particular…[Read more]
Hi all, I hope everyone is keeping safe during these trying times. The WA Chapter of the MSA has released its biannual newsletter, and has updated its research events with Zoom links and online access. Feel free to log in and see what’s happening in Perth!
Kia ora all, I hope you are all well and safe in your bubbles. Please find below an invitation to all jazz people from the administrators of Jazz Studies Collaborative:
We are delighted to invite you to join the email and Facebook discussion groups, Jazz Studies Collaborative. Founded in October 2018 by Lewis Porter, Mark Lomanno, and Alex…[Read more]
Amanda Harris started the topic Call For Papers for volume on Music, Dance and the Archive in the discussion MSA Forum on Humanities Commons 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Call For Papers for volume on Music, Dance and the Archive Submissions are invited for a proposed volume exploring music, dance and the archive, focusing in particular on Indigenous performance practices around the world. The volume will be edited by Amanda Harris, Jakelin Troy and Linda Barwick, investigators on the ARC funded project…[Read more]
Frederic Kiernan started the topic Edited collection published in honour of Jan Stockigt in the discussion MSA Forum on Humanities Commons 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Kerry Murphy, Frederic Kiernan and Andrew Frampton are proud to announce the publication of a special issue of Musicology Australia 41.2 (2019):
‘Zelenka, Bach and the Eighteenth-Century German Baroque: Essays in Honour of Janice B. Stockigt.’
Jodie Kell started the topic Support for Indigenous music and language researcher and family in the discussion MSA Forum on Humanities Commons 2 months ago
Dear MSA members,
Last Friday Aboriginal teacher and music & language researcher Alison Nangala Ross B.Ed passed away tragically in her classroom at Neutral Junction School, NT. Alison was one of the first solo Indigenous people to present at an MSA conference back in 2001, in Melbourne, on Kaytetye songs. Together with Myfany Turpin, she…
Dear MSA Forum members,
Please see below a message from the organisers of this year’s MSA conference, in light of the evolving situation surrounding COVID-19:
The Musicological Society of Australia’s 43rd Annual Conference, to be held at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, the University of Melbourne, has been put on hold unti…[Read more]
Frederic Kiernan started the topic CONTEXT: Journal of Music Research – CFP and new issue in the discussion MSA Forum on Humanities Commons 3 months ago
CONTEXT: Journal of Music Research is published by the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, the University of Melbourne, and is edited by a committee of staff and postgraduate research students.
Now in its thirtieth year, CONTEXT publishes research articles, book reviews, edited interviews with composers and research project reports. CONTEXT is a…[Read more]
Nick Tochka started the topic CFP: Analog Afterlives: Obsolescence / Mediation / Re-Collection in the discussion MSA Forum on Humanities Commons 3 months, 2 weeks ago
CFP: Analog Afterlives: Obsolescence / Mediation / Re-Collection
Symposium Supported by the Macgeorge Fellowship at the University of Melbourne
Convened by Dr Nicholas Tochka (U Melbourne) and A/Prof Kyle Devine (U Oslo)
Abstract Deadline: 31 March 2020
Notifications: 30 April 2020
21-22 August 2020
We are currently looking for two PhD or MRes Year 2 + PhD candidates to investigate any topic related to the environmental humanities that explores cultural, social, or ecological contexts of multi-species sonic environments. This could include field recordings, music composition, sound art, radio broadcast/podcast, soundscape ecology,…[Read more]
I am very pleased to announce the publication of an unofficial special issue of MUSICultures (46: 2) on music and the environment. This issue complements our recent issue on ecologies (45: 1-2), and I’m delighted that Aaron Allen and Jeff Todd Titon were willing to preface the current issue with a special introduction.
This issue is available to…[Read more]
Hooray. I’ve now gained access to this forum.
At first, for some reason, I kept getting 404 messages on my screen when I attempted to log on. Puzzling.
But then – remembering how my parents used to repair most of our TV set’s problems by the simple expedient of turning the telly off and banging on the top of the set – I turned off my own laptop,…[Read more]