The twelfth meeting of the international, biennial conference Feminist
Theory and Music will take place at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York,
July 31-August 4. The conference program will include scholarly papers,
lecture-recitals, and evening concert performances.
The conference theme is New Voices in the New Millennium. We welcome new voices with planned panels addressing gender and the music of diverse communities. Planned panels include those focusing on the role of
women in contemporary gospel and feminism and expressions of funk.
We welcome proposals for scholarly papers from any disciplinary or
interdisciplinary perspective addressing music in relation to feminism,
gender, or sexuality. The organizers especially encourage proposals
addressing questions related to African American, Latin American, and
Native American music. The committee also invites proposals related to
gender, feminism, and ethnographic research; music and the body of the
Other; music and prisons; poetry/spoken word, gender, and music; and
immigration, transnationalism and musical diasporas. Proposals focusing on
current social issues and any area of music and gender are also encouraged.
Proposals for panels of three or four papers are also welcome.
Please submit an abstract of no more than 250 words for scholarly papers of
20 minutes’ duration. Proposals for panels should include the overall theme
of the panel and individual abstracts of each paper (paper abstracts should
be 250 words maximum).
Please specify any audio-visual or other equipment requests. E-mail your
abstracts to Gayle Murchison, FemTheoryMus@wm.edu with “FTM2013 Proposal” in the subject line. Proposals are due March 1, 2013.
We also invite proposals for musical performances and lecture-recitals.
Proposals for lecture-recitals not to exceed 35 minutes’ duration should
take the form of an abstract no longer than 250 words. Please specify any
equipment requests and the length of the lecture- recital, and identify
works you will perform. E-mail your proposals to Gayle Murchison, as above.
Performances may be of varying lengths. Please provide the following in
your proposal: 1) an abstract no longer than 250 words; 2) requests for
equipment or other needs; 3) length of the work or program; 4) requests for
Hamilton College performers (?); 5) brief biographies for any performers
you will supply; 6) name(s) of work(s) to be performed; 7) if possible,
email or links to mp3 samples of works. E-mail proposals to Gayle
Murchison, FemTheoryMus@wm.edu. Proposals are due March 1, 2013. When
requested, follow up by sending a score and, if possible, a recording (CD)
via regular mail to Gayle Murchison, Department of Music, Ewell Hall, PO
Box 8795, Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795. Please provide postage-paid,
self-addressed envelope if you would like your score returned. Please note
that no funds are available to remunerate performers.
Please direct questions about the conference program to Gayle Murchison,
The College of William and Mary
Department of Music--Ewell Hall
(757) 221-1077 Email: email@example.com
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