2009 Conference

2009 Conference – Auckland review

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2009 Conference – Auckland

WHAT’S IT WORTH?

‘Value’ and Popular Music

Annual Conference of IASPM-ANZ

International Association for the Study of Popular Music

Australia-New Zealand branch

27-29 November 2009

Fale Pasifika Complex, 26 Wynyard Street

Faculty of Arts

University of Auckland, New Zealand

The theme of this year’s conference seeks to generate discussion and debate around the ‘value’ we ascribe to popular music(s). ‘Value’ relates to music as commodity and economic project, but social, cultural and aesthetic perspectives profoundly inform any measures or contentions of ‘value’. This theme is particularly timely given recent technological developments that are radically re-shaping the ways in which music is produced, distributed and consumed.

Topics for consideration could include:
Economic value of popular music – the music industry, technology, digital downloading, copyright laws, urban regeneration, tourism
Cultural/Social value of popular music – music in everyday life, subcultures, communities, traditional musics, politics, studying popular music
Artistic/Aesthetic value of popular music – history, composition, canons and counter-canons, authenticity, performance, genre, style

Any general papers in the study of popular music are also welcomed.

Abstract Submission
Abstracts should be submitted as an email attachment (Word document, 12pt Times New Roman font) to Kirsten Zemke (k.zemke@nullauckland.ac.nz). The deadline for receipt of abstracts is 15 Sept. 2009.

Please use your surname as the document title (for example “Zuberi.doc”).

The abstracts will be reviewed by an IASPM-ANZ committee and successful applicants will be advised by email. Please include the following details (in this order):
1. Name of author(s) (as you would like it to appear in the programme)
2. Institution or affiliation (where applicable)
3. Contact phone numbers
4. Email address
5. Title of paper
6. Abstract (200-300 words)
7. Consideration for 2009 IASPM-ANZ postgraduate prize? (Yes/No)

IASPM-ANZ Conference Programme – 2009

IASPM-ANZ Conference Delegates List – 2009