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  • Issues « ICTM Ireland
    0 Korean Musical Drama P ansori and the Making of Tradition in Modernity Posted on Apr 9th 2015 by admin Korean Musical Drama P ansori and the Making of Tradition in Modernity Haekyung Um Farnham Ashgate 2013 ISBN 978 0 7546 6276 1 HB ISBN 978 1 4724 1455 7 eBook Download Review PDF P ansori is a Korean musical drama for solo voice accompanied by drum Typically performed with minimal stage setting and props the soloist narrates and sings epic tales in an archaic Posted in Book Reviews Issue3 Comment 0 ICTM Journal Issue 3 Spring 2015 Posted on Apr 7th 2015 by admin Singing the Way Music and Pilgramage in Maharashtra Jaime Jones Abstract In Maharashtra the devotional songs composed by the singer saints of the Hindu Vārkarī sect are performed publically and spectacularly during the vārī one of the largest annual mass pilgrimages in the world Neither the musical repertory nor the ritual journey itself despite deep associations Posted in Issue3 Comment 0 Call for Papers Ethnomusicology Ireland peer reviewed journal Posted on Mar 31st 2014 by admin Ethnomusicology Ireland the online journal for ICTM Ireland solicits articles for publication in its third summer 2014 edition The journal which employs a thorough peer review process is under the new editorship of Liz Doherty University of Ulster and Tony Langlois Mary Immaculate College Limerick Reflecting the range and mix of academic interests Posted in Issue3 News Publications Comments Off on Call for Papers Ethnomusicology Ireland peer reviewed journal CONTRIBUTORS Posted on Feb 18th 2011 by ictm Return to Journal Gordon Ramsay was born in Ireland and raised in England He had a varied military and civilian career before entering Queen s University His 2009 doctoral thesis was based on an ethnography of Ulster marching bands and focused on

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  • Conference & Events « ICTM Ireland
    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 2015 Liz Melish Performing local identity Place community and

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  • New Website Launched – Digitised Diaries of Irish Composer, Aloys Fleischmann « ICTM Ireland
    launched at the College of Arts Celtic Studies and Social Sciences University College Cork UCC by Róisín O Brien on behalf of the Digital Arts and Humanities Program with Dr Ruth Fleischmann as the guest of honour The digitisation of the diaries was undertaken as my thesis project for a Masters Degree in Digital Arts and Humanities at UCC It was carried out with the collaboration of the Fleischmann family and guidance of a number of international practitioners 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 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

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  • AHRC PhD studentshi​ps at University of Nottingham – deadline 9 January « ICTM Ireland
    five consortium partners Nottingham Trent University University of Birmingham Birmingham City University University of Leicester De Montfort University Additional supervisors may be drawn from external organisations relevant to the student s research Under the Midlands3Cities DTP successful applicants will receive a comprehensive supplementary programme of research training including options for fully funded overseas travel and extended research placements The Department of Music is home to a thriving postgraduate community which revolves around our large postgraduate study room and a lively programme of conferences and music colloquia The university has an unparalleled on campus music scene including over 20 student ensembles and the professional concert series of the Lakeside Art Centre This is complemented by the dynamic musical life of the city of Nottingham encompassing the superb orchestral season of the Royal Concert Hall every major Opera North production and a range of nationally renowned venues for music of all kinds Applications for a place to study and for an AHRC award must be made by 12 noon on 9 January 2014 through the M3C DTP website Applicants are encouraged to contact either the Director of Postgraduate Studies Professor Peter Wright Director of Research Dr Robert Adlington or any of the supervisors listed above as soon as possible to discuss your potential project and application 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

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  • Call For Papers – Steppin Steens o Knowledge « ICTM Ireland
    created through each participant s research Small by design this conference of around thirty presenters is open to papers touching on any aspect of folklore ethnology or ethnomusicology Each presenter will be given twenty minutes for their paper followed by ten minutes for questions Proposals for themed sessions are also welcome and there will be space for research poster presentations Registration will be on Friday afternoon followed by a keynote address Saturday and Sunday will have morning and afternoon paper presentations followed by possible excursions Please submit proposals by e mail to feeca2014 gmail com with the following by 31 January 2014 1 An abstract of up to 250 words 2 A brief biography career description of no more than 200 words 3 Author name e mail address and affiliation if any All applicants will be contacted with the results of their submission by 10 February 2014 For more information as it becomes available please visit the conference website www abdn ac uk elphinstone events feeca2014 The University of Aberdeen is a charity registered in Scotland No SC013683 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

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  • ICTM Ireland Postgraduate Conference 2013 « ICTM Ireland
    or hinder this enquiry 3 Online video hosting sites social networking and copyright how can a discussion of musical recordings inform our understanding of virtual creative ownership 4 How can the study of oral traditions of music problematise reinforce ideas of ownership 5 How can diasporic musical practices contest or support traditional tropes of ownership 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 The event will take place in the Humanities Institute UCD Belfield Dublin 4 and costs just 10 Download our PDF poster for the ICTM Postgraduate Conference 2013 Please confirm your intention to attend by emailing Sheryl Lynch at speis ictm ie 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

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  • Call For Papers: In the frame? Public and Political Discourses of Migration « ICTM Ireland
    Prof Brian Fanning University College Dublin Professor Nicholas de Genova Kings College London Dr Gavan Titley NUI Maynooth Dr Leah Bassel University of Leicester A maximum of 30 minutes will be allocated to each conference paper 20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for questions Please send your individual abstract of no more than 250 words to powerdiscourseandsociety ul ie The deadline for receipt of abstracts is Nov 22nd Notifications will be sent by Dec 19th Conference committee Dr Martin Power Dept of Sociology University of Limerick Dr Aileen Dillane Irish World Academy of Music and Dance University of Limerick Dr Amanda Haynes Dept of Sociology University of Limerick Dr Eoin Devereux Dept of Sociology University of Limerick James Carr Dept of Sociology University of Limerick Power Discourse and Society is an interdisciplinary research cluster based at the University of Limerick Ireland which provides a platform for researchers working within sociology sociolinguistics political science education ethnomusicology and social geography to come together to advance their shared interest in the critical analysis of public discourses and the elucidation of their social meaning significance and material impacts This conference is kindly supported by the Faculty of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Limerick Dr Aileen Dillane Irish World Academy of Music and Dance University of Limerick e mail aileen dillane ul ie 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

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  • Call for Papers: Anthropological Association of Ireland « ICTM Ireland
    the idea that memory can heal or be healed is a familiar response to individual or collective trauma Recovery is currently the goal of many governments and international bodies Within the Republic of Ireland attempts at economic recovery are accompanied by the reassessment of collective beliefs about the nation s past the Celtic Tiger era and the crisis Ireland is undertaking it s economic recovery in an era of commemorations and anniversaries from the Dublin Lockout to the Easter Rising Equally in Northern Ireland the signing of the Ulster Covenant and the Second World War loom large in contested centenary memories that feed into broader European and global processes of remembering Such events provide space for the recovery of memory sometimes at the expense of suppressing others and often with the potential for personal and collective healing for contested political claims and ontological challenges which recovered memories can provide We invite contributions on themes related but not restricted to How do public commemorations and anniversaries engineer the recovery of social memory To what extent is this process intentional consensual negotiated or imposed As archaeology unearths elements of the ancient past how are its discoveries being harnessed to present day concerns and future economic recovery What would recovery from the recent crisis of capitalism look like Does recovery mean a resumption of business as usual a re concealment of problems that have been revealed a regaining of lost wealth the healing of a diseased system How can remembering be an antidote to current economic ills When recovery is accepted as a collective national goal what is it we believe we have lost How does nostalgia shape the kind of memories which are recovered How does recovery as it features in the language of addiction relate to other more collective forms of recovery What events will not be remembered in this period of centenary celebration What memories are going to be covered over once again What types of memory are involved in commemoration processes heritage national biographical embodied neurological modes of memory What stages of memory are involved and what places of memory will become important in the coming decade and why What is the role of place in conjuring stabilising and preserving memory What places will become important for remembering in the coming decade and why Where are these places that define particular relationships to the past and what tools can we use to chart the moral geography of such lieux de memoires e g the tomb of the unknown soldier a clear example of recovering what is unrememberable What other sites are important in collective remembering e g archives Please submit a 300 word abstract with your name email address and affiliation to s carden qub ac uk by Dec 16th 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

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