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  • Event Invite: Henebry/O’Neill Website Launch « ICTM Ireland
    ICTM Joint Forum can be downloaded at the following address irishworldacademy ie semictmforum Expand reply retweet favorite 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Really looking forward to the SEM ICTM Joint Forum in Limerick City next week 13th 16th September ethnomusicology ictm sem Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Jul ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland CFP The online journal for ICTM Ireland invites articles for publication in its fourth Spring 2016 edition pic twitter com zs4E Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Feb ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Day 2 of ICTMIreland annual conference with MusicDkIT great papers and discussion Expand reply retweet favorite 27 Feb Music DkIT MusicDkIT ICTM Ireland Annual Conference 2015 ready to kick off shortly with the postgraduate forum hosted by Professor fb me 6FkLtvrCy Retweeted by ICTM Ireland Expand reply retweet favorite 27 Feb Musicology Review themusicologyr ICTMIreland Please RT CFP for Issue 9 of The Musicology Review Abstracts due 27 March 2015 More details here goo gl xFjNQ2 Retweeted by ICTM Ireland Expand reply retweet favorite Follow ICTMIreland Recent Journal Posts Editors Preface April 9 2015 Jaime Jones Singing the Way Music as Pilgrimage in Maharashtra April 9 2015 Conor Caldwell Dancing in Southwest Donegal Historical and Contemporary Perspectives April 9

    Original URL path: http://www.ictm.ie/?p=1362 (2016-02-16)
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  • Call for Papers:Cultures of Struggle « ICTM Ireland
    The conference will explore questions including but not limited to What is the relationship between aesthetics and popular movements Can song be considered as an official serious political form How did song and performance constitute a space of subversion assertion How have performances of liberation been translated into an expressive tool of those now in power What are the transnational connections between these discourses How has song performance adjusted to the opening and or closing of space temporal geographical psychological symbolic What is their relationship How has song performance been informed by the movement of peoples and demographics How have these discourses been adapted and used by other cultural forums i e sport media etc What is their relationship with nationalism Interested researchers should email a 200 word abstract proposal along with five keywords to Tom Penfold tpenfold uj ac za t w penfold bham ac uk by 19 January 2015 The conference will be held at the University of Johannesburg s Auckland Park Bunting Road Campus on 29 31 May 2015 Non speakers are also cordially invited This entry was posted in Conferences News Bookmark the permalink Previous Article Next Article 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland A programme of events for the SEM ICTM Joint Forum can be downloaded at the following address irishworldacademy ie semictmforum Expand reply retweet favorite 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Really looking forward to the SEM ICTM Joint Forum in Limerick City next week 13th 16th September ethnomusicology ictm sem Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Jul ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland CFP The online journal for ICTM Ireland invites articles for publication in its fourth Spring 2016 edition pic twitter com zs4E Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Feb ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Day 2 of ICTMIreland annual conference with MusicDkIT great papers and discussion Expand reply retweet

    Original URL path: http://www.ictm.ie/?p=1359 (2016-02-16)
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  • Assistant Lecturer in Music , Maynooth University « ICTM Ireland
    level The post holder will also direct the Maynooth University Traditional Music Group tutor students in the performance of traditional music and supervise undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations The successful candidate will teach participate in the Department s administration and pursue scholarly research The nature of the post will imply a commitment on the part of the appointed candidate to carry out such teaching examining and administrative duties as directed from time to time by the Head of Department or other appropriate person whether or not such duties are connected with the appointee s specialist area Closing date 28 October See here for more http humanresources nuim ie vacancies shtml This entry was posted in News Bookmark the permalink Previous Article Next Article 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland A programme of events for the SEM ICTM Joint Forum can be downloaded at the following address irishworldacademy ie semictmforum Expand reply retweet favorite 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Really looking forward to the SEM ICTM Joint Forum in Limerick City next week 13th 16th September ethnomusicology ictm sem Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Jul ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland CFP The online journal for ICTM Ireland invites articles for publication in its fourth Spring 2016 edition pic twitter com zs4E Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Feb ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Day 2 of ICTMIreland annual conference with MusicDkIT great papers and discussion Expand reply retweet favorite 27 Feb Music DkIT MusicDkIT ICTM Ireland Annual Conference 2015 ready to kick off shortly with the postgraduate forum hosted by Professor fb me 6FkLtvrCy Retweeted by ICTM Ireland Expand reply retweet favorite 27 Feb Musicology Review themusicologyr ICTMIreland Please RT CFP for Issue 9 of The Musicology Review Abstracts due 27 March 2015 More details here goo gl xFjNQ2 Retweeted by ICTM Ireland Expand reply retweet favorite Follow

    Original URL path: http://www.ictm.ie/?p=1340 (2016-02-16)
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  • Reminder – Call for Papers for ICTM Ireland 2014 postgraduate conference « ICTM Ireland
    the diversity of postgraduate research in ethnomusicology The conference offers a great opportunity to meet fellow students working in a similar field to you and affords you the experience of presenting an academic paper among your peers Registration costs just 10 and will take place in a unique and beautiful place An Díseart An Díseart an Institute of Irish Spirituality and Culture was founded in 1996 in the heart of Corca Dhuibhne the Dingle Peninsula Gaeltacht Irish speaking It strives to promote research courses and cultural activities in all areas of Irish Spirituality and Celtic Culture including theology language literature art laws folklore values spirituality history music archaeology and customs The centre was founded by Mons Pádraig Ó Fiannachta former Professor of Irish at NUI Maynooth and Editor Manager of An Sagart publishing house More information can be found here www diseart ie The deadline for submission of abstracts is Friday 17 October 2014 at 17 00 GMT Email an abstract of no more than 150 words to Sheryl Lynch and Aoife Granville education ictm ie For guidance on Poster Submissions please send enquiries to Michelle Finnerty m finnerty ucc ie This entry was posted in Conferences News Bookmark the permalink Previous Article Next Article 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland A programme of events for the SEM ICTM Joint Forum can be downloaded at the following address irishworldacademy ie semictmforum Expand reply retweet favorite 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Really looking forward to the SEM ICTM Joint Forum in Limerick City next week 13th 16th September ethnomusicology ictm sem Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Jul ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland CFP The online journal for ICTM Ireland invites articles for publication in its fourth Spring 2016 edition pic twitter com zs4E Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Feb ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Day 2

    Original URL path: http://www.ictm.ie/?p=1336 (2016-02-16)
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  • MA Scholarship at DkIT « ICTM Ireland
    income through the IOTI Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme the Section of Music wishes to attract a postgraduate researcher interested in examining the potential for Irish music and tourism in the Oriel region Applications are invited from graduates interested in undertaking postgraduate research in the area of music and tourism and applications are welcome from a wide range of areas and disciplines relevant to music and tourism Applicants should have a minimum of a 2 nd Class Honours Degree or equivalent in music or related disciplines The studentship will include a monthly stipend and payment of fees Applicants should forward a full CV detailing any research experience gained to date to the Research Office at Jane Daly dkit ie before 10 th November 2014 Informal enquiries regarding the position can be directed to daithi kearney dkit ie Further information on Music at DkIT can be accessed at www dkit ie music The Institute is an equal opportunities employer This entry was posted in News Bookmark the permalink Previous Article Next Article 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland A programme of events for the SEM ICTM Joint Forum can be downloaded at the following address irishworldacademy ie semictmforum Expand reply retweet favorite 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Really looking forward to the SEM ICTM Joint Forum in Limerick City next week 13th 16th September ethnomusicology ictm sem Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Jul ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland CFP The online journal for ICTM Ireland invites articles for publication in its fourth Spring 2016 edition pic twitter com zs4E Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Feb ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Day 2 of ICTMIreland annual conference with MusicDkIT great papers and discussion Expand reply retweet favorite 27 Feb Music DkIT MusicDkIT ICTM Ireland Annual Conference 2015 ready to kick off shortly with the postgraduate forum hosted by Professor

    Original URL path: http://www.ictm.ie/?p=1333 (2016-02-16)
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  • Call for Papers: Musical Instruments and Material Culture Conference « ICTM Ireland
    may be predicated on the model of the human body and in the case of the soundpost the soul l âme Fr The innate anthropomorphism that permeates thinking about musical instruments leads to an instinctive revulsion to the notion of their voices being silenced in museum collections and to one of the tenets of good museum practice in order to remain immutable some instruments should be forever mute The conference will take place in the Pavilion of the Horniman Museum and Gardens and will be held in collaboration with the Royal Anthropological Institute The Horniman s Music Gallery displays a collection of around 1 600 musical instruments from many different countries and has a room full of instruments for visitors to play Papers are sought with a focus on the following Cultural values collectivised memories and environmental concerns as manifest in the performance production recycling abandonment or destruction of musical instruments Musical instruments and status the status of gender social hierarchy Musical instruments and meaning Determinants of diffusion in musical instruments and their sounds Epistemological aspects of the documentation of musical instruments by museums The instrument as material culture during the processes of learning and passing on musical skills Abstracts of 500 words should be emailed to MusicalInstrumentsConference horniman ac uk Please include name affiliation postal address email address and AV requirements on a separate cover sheet Papers will be of 20 minutes duration with 10 minutes for questions The closing date for receipt of proposals 15th November 2014 All those submitting proposals will be notified of the outcome by 3rd December 2014 This entry was posted in Conferences News Bookmark the permalink Previous Article Next Article 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland A programme of events for the SEM ICTM Joint Forum can be downloaded at the following address irishworldacademy

    Original URL path: http://www.ictm.ie/?p=1331 (2016-02-16)
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  • Available Positions (Ethnomusicology) « ICTM Ireland
    hrvacancies The closing date for receipt of applications is Monday 29th September 2014 Applications must be completed online before 12 noon Irish Standard Time on the closing date Please email erecruitment ul ie if you experience any difficulties Applications are welcome from suitably qualified candidates The University is an equal opportunities employer and committed to selection on merit Canada Memorial University of Newfoundland Canada Research Chair Tier I in Ethnomusicology Memorial University of Newfoundland invites applications for a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair CRC in Ethnomusicology The ideal candidate will be a distinguished scholar with an established record of music research with a PhD in ethnomusicology folklore or cognate discipline The CRC will benefit from the fertile environment at the Research Centre for the Study of Music Media and Place MMaP Established in 2003 MMaP serves as a bridge between academy and community initiating and facilitating research and creative activity The CRC will work toward further establishing Memorial University of Newfoundland as an international centre of excellence and will provide stimulating research opportunities and training for graduate students in the interdisciplinary MA and PhD programs in ethnomusicology S he will also have demonstrated a commitment to communicating the results and importance of scholarly research to the public We invite applications from ethnomusicologists at the level of Associate or Full Professor in any area of specialization and or geographic focus engaged in visionary research with a proven capacity for international networking and interaction interested in the ways digital media and technology mediate expressive culture and in new opportunities for audio visual research production and dissemination with a track record of successful grant application and superior research publication The successful candidate will direct and provide new vision for the MMaP Research Centre while continuing its recording community engagement and collaboration The CRC will be a joint appointment between the School of Music 60 and the Faculty of Arts Department of Folklore 40 S he will be expected to engage in and act as a catalyst for strong interdisciplinary research and teaching both within these areas and in collaboration with researchers in other academic units Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae a statement of research interests and plans a teaching dossier and the names of three referees to 1 Search Committee c o Dr Ellen Waterman Dean Reference number MUSI 2014 002 School of Music Memorial University of Newfoundland St John s Newfoundland Canada A1C 5S7 Telephone 709 864 7486 Fax 709 864 2666 Email ellenw mun ca CLOSING DATE NOVEMBER 21 2014 A Tier I CRC should be an established researcher who is internationally recognised as a leader in his or her field Tier I CRC terms are for seven years and are renewable once Details on the CRC program can be found at www chairs gc ca For further information about research at Memorial University visit www mun ca research Information on the School of Music the Faculty of Arts and the Department of Folklore can be found at the following

    Original URL path: http://www.ictm.ie/?p=1329 (2016-02-16)
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  • Call For Papers for the ICTM Ireland 2015 Annual Conference: Tracks Less Travelled « ICTM Ireland
    permalink Previous Article Next Article 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland A programme of events for the SEM ICTM Joint Forum can be downloaded at the following address irishworldacademy ie semictmforum Expand reply retweet favorite 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Really looking forward to the SEM ICTM Joint Forum in Limerick City next week 13th 16th September ethnomusicology ictm sem Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Jul ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland CFP The online journal for ICTM Ireland invites articles for publication in its fourth Spring 2016 edition pic twitter com zs4E Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Feb ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Day 2 of ICTMIreland annual conference with MusicDkIT great papers and discussion Expand reply retweet favorite 27 Feb Music DkIT MusicDkIT ICTM Ireland Annual Conference 2015 ready to kick off shortly with the postgraduate forum hosted by Professor fb me 6FkLtvrCy Retweeted by ICTM Ireland Expand reply retweet favorite 27 Feb Musicology Review themusicologyr ICTMIreland Please RT CFP for Issue 9 of The Musicology Review Abstracts due 27 March 2015 More details here goo gl xFjNQ2 Retweeted by ICTM Ireland Expand reply retweet favorite Follow ICTMIreland Recent Journal Posts Editors Preface April 9 2015 Jaime Jones Singing the Way Music as Pilgrimage

    Original URL path: http://www.ictm.ie/?p=1320 (2016-02-16)
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