The Australia Council for the Arts is delighted to announce the Nashville Songwriter Residency, inviting Australian songwriters to apply for a 3-month residency in Nashville under the guidance of Australian producer and Nashville resident Mark Moffatt. The initiative will provide funding of $15,000 towards flights, accommodation and living expenses. Continue reading “Nashville Songwriter Residency”
Call for papers
December 12-14th 2012
Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia
Deadline for abstracts and panels: March 5th 2012 (individual papers: 500words, +50 word bio; and for 3x person panels: panel title, lead/contact person; 3x 500 word abstracts, plus 3x individual 50 word biographies)
Successful abstracts notified by: 6th April
Enquiries/abstracts to: email@example.com
Conference Website: www.deakin.edu.au/arts-ed/scca/events/celebrity
Sponsored by the Centre for Memory, Imagination and Invention, Deakin University Continue reading “Inaugural Celebrity Studies Conference”
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The programme for the upcoming 2011 IASPM-ANZ conference in Wellington is now available here.
Dates: 18-20 June 2012
Location: Hotel Windsor, 111 Spring Street, Melbourne, Australia
Conference Organisers: Associate Professor Shane Homan (Monash University, Professor Martin Cloonan (University of Glasgow), Dr Jennifer Cattermole (Otago University)
Keynote Speaker: Professor John Street, University of East Anglia
The early-bird conference registration rate has now finished. Conference registration is currently $200 NZD or $160 AUD (not including the conference dinner of $35 NZD).
Many thanks to those of you who have already registered. For those of you who have not yet registered, we would ask that you let us know as soon as possible, and no later than November 10th, as to whether or not you are attending. This is for the purposes of programming as well as catering, etc.
Call for contributions – Transposition. Musique et sciences sociales nº 3 (http://transposition-revue.org/)
Queer theory is likely one of the most well-known and controversial recent schools of thought, and its impact has been felt in the academic world and beyond. It appeared in the early 1990s in the United States, as a direct offshoot of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered) collectives, the work of Foucault (in particular, his History of Sexuality and ideas such as “biopolitics”), and Derrida’s deconstructionism. Continue reading “CFP: “Music and Queer Theory””
Don’t forget to submit a publication to the rather lucrative ($500AUD) IASPM-ANZ Publication Prize. The deadline for submissions has been extended to Friday 7 October 2011. If you have a publication that came out in 2010, then you could be
eligible. More information and application form.
For those attending the conference in Wellington in November, registration is now open.