Inter-Asia Popular Music Studies (IAPMS) Online Workshop vol.06
Date: Thursday, February 4th, 2021
Time: 8PM (UTC+9)
7PM (Malaysia/China/Hong Kong/ Taiwan /Singapore/Perth)
KL Sing Song: alternative voices in the Kuala Lumpur singer songwriter circuit (2005 – 2009)
Azmyl Yusof (Sunway University Malaysia)
To register for this Zoom event, please fill out the form with your name, affiliation, and email address. The Zoom link information will be sent to you one day before the event.
XIII International Symposium MUSICAL CREATION ON THE SOUNDTRACK
The Music and Audiovisual Languages Commission of the Spanish Society of Musicology (SEDEM), reminds about the upcoming 13th Symposium “Musical creation in the soundtrack”, on June 25-26, 2021.
All the information and the Call for Papers can be checked on our website:
We look forward to your participation. The thirteenth edition of the symposium will be carried out online due to the unpredictable situation with the corona pandemic.
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IASPM Canada Annual Conference 2021 Call For Papers
7 – 18 June 2021 (exact dates TBD)
Submission Deadline: 1 February 2021
Hi there IASPMites,
Just a few things to run by you from the world of Journal of Popular Music Studies as we kick off 2021. Our book series resumes tomorrow with Daphne Brooks, in conversation with Farah Jasmine Griffin and Gayle Wald, talking about her Liner Notes for the Revolution: The Intellectual Life of Black Feminist Sound, coming out next month on Harvard Press. We have a jampacked set of offerings: look for the schedule here:
Dear IASPM Members,
Unfortunately we have to announce that the IASPM Bienniel Conference to be held in South Korea in 2021 has now been postponed for 12 months. With a date in July 2021, we had hoped that we would be largely over the Coronavirus Pandemic, and at least some IASPM members would be able to attend the conference. The IASPM Executive Committee and conference local organising committee discussed this a number of times, and we have held off making a decision until now, in the hope of still going ahead with a blend of in person and online involvement. However it is now clear that it is unlikely many people would be able to plan travel in April, and travel will still be disrupted in many parts of the world in June/July.
Keychanges at Cheltenham Jazz Festival
Challenges for women musicians in jazz and ways forward for equal gender representation at jazz festivals
Findings, recommendations and ways forward
Writers are invited to submit chapter proposals for an edited collection of work exploring ageing, time and temporality in the context of punk.
Initial academic consideration of punk posited it as a youth culture and the positioning of punk in relation to time and historical location is of course commonplace in scholarship. This can be seen outside of academia too, for example the ‘celebration’ of the 40th anniversary of punk and the associated events which took place highlight the way punk is often link with a particular time in our collective memory. Just as punk scholarship has endeavoured to deal with the notion of punk retaining significance in individuals’ lives ‘post-youth’, empirical work has built around how punk is remembered and represented. And yet…tensions, issues and gaps remain unaddressed.
The next International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM) International Research Seminar is being hosted by IASPM Australia New Zealand. You can get full information and a digital ticket here:
It is on Friday 15th January 2021 at 10am AEDT in Australia
In the UK that is Thursday 14th January 2021 11pm GMT
In Europe that is 12 midnight early in the morning on Friday 14th July
In the USA that is 6pm on Thursday 14th January
Please find below an invitation to participate in the second edition of IASPM Pop Talks.
Double Book Launch: Remixing European Jazz Culture & Voices Found: Free Jazz and Singing
January 27th, 17:00-19:00 (CET)
Online via this Google Meets link: meet.google.com/ogs-rkvq-ddo