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Message posted on 17/01/2018

ICTM 2nd Symposium of the Study Group in Audiovisual Ethnomusicology

Call for Papers, Workshops & Films FEEL FREE TO CIRCULATE

Dear Friends & Colleagues,

This is a kind reminder about the upcoming ICTM Symposium of the Study Group in Audiovisual Ethnomusicology, that will take place in Portugal on 27 - 30 June 2018. The DEADLINE is not far off: JANUARY 31, 2018.

The symposium general theme is “Theories and Methods in Audiovisual Ethnomusicology”, and the symposium will be hosted by the Ethnomusicology Institute – Center for Studies in Music and Dance (INET-md) based at the Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa in Portugal.

Papers, films and workshops that address the following topics are welcome: (1) theories and methods, (2) audiovisual archives, (3) new research, (4) ethics, (5) copyright, (6) Youtube and other digital platforms, (7) safeguarding, (8) didactic tools, (9) subtitles. Proposals that address any other aspect of the use of audiovisuals in ethnomusicological research will be also considered.

Further information about the Symposium, including the full Call for Papers, can be found at the Study Group’s website .

ICTM AVE Study Group: http://ictmusic.org/group/audiovisual-ethnomusicology

With very best wishes and regards,

Dario Ranocchiari Chair of the Program Committee ICTM-AVE 2018 Symposium, Lisbon

Dep.to de Antropología Social Universidad de Granada

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