Call for papers:
The Musicological Society of Australia’s annual conference will be hosted by the University of New South Wales. The conference will be online, from 9–11 December.
The conference organizing committee invites proposals for papers, presentations, panels and themed sessions on any topic of music research.
Formal conference papers: 20 minutes + 10 minutes for questions and discussion Lecture recitals/demonstrations: 20 minutes + 10 minutes for questions and discussion Panels and themed sessions: 90 minutes
Deadline for Proposals: 5pm, 21 May 2021 Proposal Outcome: 2 July 2021
All presenters must be current financial members of the MSA at the time of accepting the invitation to present.
The conference is being convened by Michael Hooper, alongside Christopher Coady, Julia Donnelly, Rafael Echevarria, David Larkin, Alan Maddox, Ryan Martin, John Napier, and Kathryn Roberts Parker.
The conference will coincide with the 20th Symposium on Indigenous Music and Dance, co-convened by Aaron Corn and Sally Treloyn. See the separate call for papers for this Symposium: https://www.msa.org.au/Main.asp?_=NRPIPA
Submissions: Proposals for individual presentations should include a title, and an abstract of no more than 250 words. Please also include the name of the presenter, a short biography of no more than 100 words, four keywords, and an institutional affiliation if applicable. Proposals for panels and themed sessions should include the above information for each of the presenters, as well as a title and an abstract for the panel or themed session as a whole. Please also include a plan for how the 90 minutes will be used.
Please email your proposals, with the subject heading ‘Conference Proposal,’ to: email@example.com