CFP: Annual Graduate Student Conference for Theory and Musicology

Submission deadline: January 30, 2014

Conference date(s):
April 19, 2014

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Conference Venue:

Temple University
Philadelphia, United States

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CFP: Annual Graduate Student Conference for Theory and Musicology, Temple University

Deadline for receipt of proposals: Thursday, 30 January 2014
Date of event: Saturday, 19 April 2014
Venue: Boyer College of Music and Dance, Temple University, Philadelphia

Keynote speakers: Professor Joseph N. Strauss (C.U.N.Y.) and Professor Scott Burnham (Princeton University)

The Temple University Theory and Musicology Society (THEMUS) will be hosting its first annual conference for theory and musicology on Saturday, 14 April 2014. The program committee invites proposals from graduate students only on any topic related to music theory/analysis and/or musicology. Submitted proposals should be for a 25-minute presentation. Any number of proposals may be submitted by an individual, but not more than one will be accepted.

Submissions should include:

� A proposal of not more than 500 words (including any footnotes or endnotes). Proposals may include up to a maximum of four pages of supplementary material (musical examples, diagrams, bibliography). The proposal must be sent in PDF format.

� A 250-word abstract appropriate for publication, also in PDF format.

� A list of any materials required for the presentation (projector, piano, music stands, etc.). If you do not require any supplementary materials, please specify by indicating �no extra materials required.�

The proposal and abstract must be sent to themus.tu@gmail.com along with a cover email including the following information:

� Your full name
� School, major, and year of study
� Your phone number and email address

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