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  • Issues « ICTM Ireland
    Family Influences Jessica Cawley Posted on Jul 1st 2015 by admin Posted in Issue2 Comment 0 Editors Preface Posted on Apr 9th 2015 by admin Editors Preface Download file The contents of this edition of Ethnomusicology Ireland clearly show this to be a period of vibrant research into the social and cultural aspects of music making Encouragingly the amount of research being carried out these days is matched by the thematic and methodological diversity to be encountered both at conferences and Posted in Issue3 Comment 0 Jaime Jones Singing the Way Music as Pilgrimage in Maharashtra Posted on Apr 9th 2015 by admin Posted in Issue3 Comment 0 Conor Caldwell Dancing in Southwest Donegal Historical and Contemporary Perspectives Posted on Apr 9th 2015 by admin Posted in Issue3 Comment 0 Liz Melish Performing local identity Place community and dance in Timișoara Romania Posted on Apr 9th 2015 by admin Posted in Issue3 Comment 0 Aidan O Donnell Studying the step of a Donegal fiddler Posted on Apr 9th 2015 by admin Posted in Issue3 Comment 0 Older Posts 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

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  • Membership « ICTM Ireland
    Membership 25 00 EUR yearly Student Membership 15 00 EUR yearly 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

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  • Sean O Riada Memorial Lecture 2011 « 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 in Maharashtra April 9 2015 Conor Caldwell Dancing in

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  • Derry Conference Programme now available! « ICTM Ireland
    page for details 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 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

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  • Notice for ICTM Ireland AGM « ICTM Ireland
    volunteers o musicians o videographer photographer Conference 2014 It was announced that the next Annual ICTMIE Annual Conference would take place in Galway at the Centre for Irish Studies at NUI Galway in February 2014 Verena Commins has generously agreed to take on the responsibility of local arrangements ICTM Ireland Annual Report 7 April 2013 1 Chairperson s Report Since the last annual meeting the committee has been as busy as ever with new members Mike Daithi and Sheryl bringing their energy and expertise to the table We have worked to raise the profile of ICTM Ireland and to increase membership It was decided at last years AGM to run the 2013 conference as a joint event with the BFE We are extremely thankful to Suzel and her colleagues for facilitating this collaboration and combining with us for this years event We are also indebted to Ioannis for acting as the ICTM Ireland representative on the conference committee and for helping to further increase the profile of ICTM Ireland and broaden the scope and scale of the conference through the collaboration of BFE The number and high standard of abstract submissions increases each year which suggests a growing faith in the value of the event The committee are thankful to the presenters volunteers technical support and of course the musicians whose contributions are invaluable in terms of bringing about an effective yet friendly national conference We are especially grateful to this year s esteemed keynote speaker Prof Leslie Gay University of Tennessee to Professor Therese Smith UCD who introduced him and to you our delegates who enriched the conference by your presence and engagement Besides the conference we have had a number of projects in train over the year Our Spéis online bulletin continues to inform and link us as an academic community thanks entirely to Sheryl Lynch who is also the driving force behind the annual postgraduate skills development day renamed Misneach but continuing the energy and vision of its predecessor the Insight Track The event which was held at U C D Dublin in October received great feedback from all who attended Thanks to Colin Quigley the editor of our peer reviewed online journal Ethnomusicology Ireland We anticipate that the second edition will be live imminently and we would like to thank all concerned for their efforts We can announce the Dr Liz Doherty and Dr Tony Langlois will be taking over editorial responsibility for the next edition and we are continuing our work to syndicate the journal in the future The CD Fieldwork project led by Desi Wilkinson has been completed and was launched this weekend Thanks also to Tony Langlois and Aoife Granville for their unfailing support for and dedication to this project Theactual discs were unavoidably delayed but will be available next week This project was funded by the Arts Council An Chomhairle Éalaíon to whom we offer thanks again for their support In July of 2012 ICTM Ireland was represented at the Ethnochoreology sub group symposium held at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance at the University of Limerick We also ran our inaugural Notes on Notes performance symposium in Dundalk in November 2012 Traditional music was the focus of this years event and thanks to Daithi for leading it We hope to continue these events in the coming years Finally as this is the end of a term of office for me I would like to thank the team for a very busy but satisfying three years I have had the privilege of learning the ropes from Liz Tony and Thomas and continuing the journey with Jaime Ioannis Sheryl Daithi and Mike I will continue to be an active member of the organization and naturally remain involved in ICTM Ireland s various projects and sub committees however it is important that others in the organization have an opportunity to ICTM Ireland Annual Report 7 April 2013 contribute to its continuing evolution The strength of the organisation is its ability to use the wide range of skills and talents brought to it by the membership I wish you continued success and assure you all of my support for your future ventures Go n éirí libh amach anseo Orfhlaith Dr Orfhlaith Ní Bhriain 2 Hon Secretary s Report The current national committee comprises five members Orfhlaith Ní Bhriain Chair Jaime Jones Hon Sec Daithí Kearney Treasurer Sheryl Lynch Education Officer Michael Hackett Membership Officer Ioannis Tsioulakis information Officer Over the last year the committee have met three times in Dublin in order to take care of both regular business and the organisation of special events In between these meetings we have held three online conference meetings for shorter updates The committee has also been liaising with Colin Quigley journal editor and convener of the editorial subgroup and with Tony Langlois and Desi Wilkinson who have headed up the Fieldwork CD project Ethnomusicology Ireland The second edition of Ethnomusicology Ireland the online journal for ICTM Ireland is about to come out and we are very pleased with the quality of the content The committee has taken the decision to make the journal completely free and accessible to all on the ICTM Ireland website for the first four to five years of its existence At that stage once the journal is better established we can consider other means of circulation and syndication such as SWETS or JStor The committee thanks Colin Quigley for all of his hard work in getting the second edition of the journal out and welcomes Liz Doherty and Tony Langlois who have agreed to take up editorial positions for the next volume Fieldwork CD We are absolutely delighted to launch Fieldwork a CD project that highlights field recordings collected by ethnomusicologists based in Ireland at the joint conference this year The CD which consists of 24 tracks and a 24 page booklet with descriptive notes on each recording provides both a useful teaching resource and a showcase on the diversity and

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  • Call for Papers: The 4th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis « ICTM Ireland
    extended abstracts will be peer reviewed Authors of accepted abstracts have the opportunity to contribute a full paper After the workshop the peer reviewed abstracts and the full papers will be published on line The language of the workshop is English There is no limit on the number of abstracts that may be submitted by a single researcher and abstracts do not need to be anonymized for blind review Further instructions for submission can be found at here Topics include Computational ethno musicology Retrieval systems for non western and folk musics New methods for music transcription Statistical approaches to music Empirical approaches to music Folk music classification systems Models of oral transmission of music Cognitive modelling of music Aesthetics and related philosophical issues Methodological issues Representational issues and models Audio and symbolic representations Formal and computational music analysis Important dates 17 February 2014 Deadline for extended abstract submissions 24 March 2014 Decisions for extended abstract submissions 11 May 2014 Deadline for submission of revised abstract or full paper 18 May 2014 Deadline for early registration and author registration 2 June 2014 Deadline for registration 12 and 13 June 2014 Workshop The workshop will be held in the South Campus of Bogazici University in Istanbul For a direct link to the website click here 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

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  • Call For Papers – Performing Identities: Embodying Knowledge « ICTM Ireland
    and or dominant narratives concerning identity interrogated deconstructed and reconstructed through performative practices such as language literature politics religion art music dance and sport How is identity framed formed challenged represented understood perceived through performative practices In what way are individual and collective identities mediated and influenced by performative practices and to what extent are these practices perceived of as assets in the formation of local national international transnational identities Topics areas of interest include but are not confined to Political historical philosophical and literary performances Dance and Music Sub cultures Minority identities Gender Landscaping and mapping identities Multilingualism and translation Museology and architecture Sporting events and traditions Cultural nationalism Emigration immigration Otherness and exoticism Memory and commemorative practices Technological advancements and virtual identities Guest speakers include Dr Philip Dine National University of Ireland Galway and Dr Anya Royce Peterson Indiana University Bloomington Abstracts of no more than 300 words in length should be sent to performingidentities2014 gmail com before 07 February 2014 We also welcome proposals for panels of up to three speakers 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

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  • Merry Christmas from ICTM Ireland « ICTM Ireland
    reviewed journal edited by Colin Quigley Liz Doherty and Tony Langlois are currently hard at work on the next edition In November we held our first ever postgraduate conference Music and Ownership at University College Dublin With 18 student presentations and a lively roundtable discussion the conference drew a good audience and facilitated valuable conversations amongst the participants The quality of the papers by Ireland s postgraduates was extremely high and we were all very grateful to Sheryl Lynch our Education Officer for organizing the event At the moment most of the team s energy is invested in plans for our annual conference Music Place and Community which will take place at the Centre for Irish Studies NUI Galway from the 21st to the 23rd of February 2014 Professor Martin Stokes will give the keynote address The conference has generated a great deal of interest with the committee receiving an unprecedented number of proposals this year which is great news for the progress of ethnomusicology in Ireland We are just about to send out acceptance notifications and the programme will be announced in January Thank you all so much for your continued support of ICTM Ireland On behalf of the National Committee I d like to wish you a joyful holiday season and the very best for 2014 We look forward to seeing you in Galway All best Jaime Jones Chair Irish National Committee of the ICTM 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

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