Music and Music Technology, Keele University
Thursday 18th to Friday 19th April, 2013.
Deadline for proposals: 8th February 2013
Student travel bursaries available
Keynote Speaker: Philip Tagg
The SMA’s annual Theory and Analysis Graduate Students (TAGS) Conference will be hosted by Music and Music Technology at Keele University on Thursday 18th and Friday 19th April, 2013. The event provides a supportive and friendly environment in which postgraduates can gain experience in presenting their work and meet fellow researchers. Participants who do not wish to give a paper are also welcome.
Proposals are invited from postgraduate students for 20-minute papers, themed sessions and lecture recitals addressing any analytical, critical or theoretical subject and in relation to any style of music.
For 20-minute paper proposals, abstracts of no more than 250 words should be sent by email to Becky Thumpston at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include name, affiliation, postal address, email address, and AV requirements on a separate cover sheet. Organisers of themed sessions should also submit a brief overview of the rationale for the session, together with the individual abstracts. Proposals for lecture recitals should include full details of the proposed performance and any relevant requirements in their cover sheet.
The closing date for receipt of proposals is 8th February 2013. All those submitting proposals will be notified of the outcome by Monday 18th February. Booking will also open on that date. Delegates will be invited to register from 10am on Thursday 18 April. The conference will commence at lunchtime on 18 April and finish by 3pm on Friday 19 April.
If you are presenting a paper you will be eligible to apply for an SMA Student Travel Bursary to help cover the costs of travel and accommodation (B&B accommodation will be available on campus). Further details can be found at http://www.sma.ac.uk/grants/travel/ to follow; please note that the deadline for applications for this event is Thursday 28 March, 2013.