2013 IASPM-US Annual Conference Deadline Extension

Call for papers
Liminality & Borderlands
2013 IASPM-US Annual Conference
Austin, Texas
28 February–3 March 2013

In recognition of the massive disruption Hurricane Sandy has caused for many in the Northeast, the program committee has decided to extend the deadline to submit proposals for the 2013 IASPM-US conference in Austin to 8 November. Please see the original CFP post or the IASPM-US website for further details. Beyond this, and more importantly, we offer our best wishes to those affected by the hurricane and hopes for the speediest possible recovery for all involved.

Popular Culture Association of Canada‏

Call for papers
Popular Culture Association of Canada (PCAC)
3rd Annual Conference
9-11 May 2013
Niagara Falls, Ontario

The third Annual Conference of the Popular Culture Association of Canada will be held at the Sheraton on the Falls Hotel, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada from Thursday May 9 to Saturday May 11 2013.

We invite proposals for papers and/or panels on theories of popular culture, research methods in popular culture, the teaching of popular culture, forms and genres of popular culture, and any epiphenomena of popular culture, past or present. We also welcome presentation and exhibition proposals from visual and multi-media artists whose work engages with popular culture. Continue reading “Popular Culture Association of Canada‏”

Midwest Graduate Music Consortium

Call for papers
Midwest Graduate Music Consortium
Seventeenth Annual Meeting, 12-13 April 2013, The University of Chicago

The Midwest Graduate Music Consortium (MGMC) is a joint venture organized by graduate students from Northwestern University, the University of Chicago and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, that encourages the presentation of original research in music and related fields by graduate and advanced undergraduate students. Conferences are held annually on a rotating basis, at Madison, Chicago, or Evanston. Continue reading “Midwest Graduate Music Consortium”

Music and the Global American South

Call for papers
Southern Sounds/Out of Bounds: Music and the Global American South
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Southern Sounds/Out of Bounds: Music and the Global American South aims to bring together graduate students, faculty, independent scholars, and a broader public audience to share current research on the culture, meaning, and practices surrounding music in and from the Global American South. The two-day conference will consider musical import/export, musical manifestation of changing populations, musical meaning contextualized by regional history and contemporary politics, and musical transgressions of boundaries or borders in region, style, genre, and identity. Continue reading “Music and the Global American South”


Call for papers and new publications

Volume! and the Editions Mélanie Seteun are pleased to announce the following events:

I. Publications:
Sheila Whiteley (ed.) “Popular Music and Countercultures” issues of Volume! will be out in November and February.

An English version edited by Sheila Whiteley and Jedediah Sklower will be published in 2013 by Ashgate, with an introduction by Andy Bennett. More information soon.

Stéphane Dorin (ed.), Sound Factory. Music and Industrialization with texts from Jeremy Deller, Patrick Mignon, Simon Frith, Gérôme Guibert, David Hesmondhalgh, Philippe Bouquillion. More information.

II. Call for papers:

“Changing the Tune: Popular Music & Politics in the 21st Century From the Fall of Communism to the Arab Spring”

International Conference – Strasbourg University, France – 7-8 June 2013 Continue reading “Volume!”