Call for Papers – ‘Ethnomusicology Ireland’ peer reviewed journal

  Ethnomusicology Ireland, the online journal for ICTM Ireland, solicits articles for publication in its third (summer 2014) edition. The journal, which employs a thorough peer review process, is under the new editorship of Liz Doherty (University of Ulster) and Tony Langlois (Mary Immaculate College, Limerick).   Reflecting the range and mix of academic interests of ICTM... Read More

Spéis – Spring 2014

The current edition of Spéis is available for download here.  Read More

Notice for ICTM Ireland AGM

Dear ICTM Ireland members,   At the AGM to be held on Friday, 21 February during the ICTM Annual Conference in NUI Galway, it will be necessary to replace members of the national committee who are standing down after their full term of office. As has been previous practice, in order to best maintain the administrative continuity of the committee, members who still have time... Read More

Call for Papers: The 4th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis

The 4th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis will take place in Istanbul, Turkey, June 12 and 13, 2014.   The workshop has a central goal to foster the application of computational analysis in (ethno)musicology. The two main reasons that motivate us to organize this series of workshops are, firstly, to indicate more systematic approaches to (ethno)musicology that can... Read More

Call for articles: Spéis

Call for articles   New Year, new Spéis Spring 2014   Please forward submissions for ICTM Ireland’s Spring bulletin by February 12th, at 5 p.m.   Some of the headings that you can submit under are:   1. Research in Ireland (max 400 word)   2. ICTM Ireland Member Events Listings (max 250 words)   3. ICTM Ireland Member Activities (max 600 words)   4.... Read More

Call For Papers – Performing Identities: Embodying Knowledge

Performing Identities: Embodying Knowledge CALL FOR PAPERS The Department of French Studies at Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, in collaboration with the Irish Centre for Transnational Studies, MIC, and members of the ‘Performance, Text and Context’ Research Cluster, UL, invites contributions for an interdisciplinary conference to be held at Mary Immaculate College on... Read More

Merry Christmas from ICTM Ireland

University College Dublin School of Music Belfield Dublin 4, IRELAND 17 December 2013 Dear members, 2013 has been a busy and productive year for ICTM Ireland and we just wanted to take a moment to recap and thank you for your support and membership over the past year. Our annual conference was this year organized in collaboration with the British Forum for Ethnomusicology, and was... Read More

New Website Launched – Digitised Diaries of Irish Composer, Aloys Fleischmann

The digitised 1926 and 1927 diaries of Irish composer, Aloys Fleischmann (1910 – 1992) are now available at fleischmanndiaries.ucc.ie. The site was recently launched at the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences, University College Cork (UCC) by Róisín O’Brien on behalf of the Digital Arts and Humanities Program, with Dr Ruth Fleischmann as the guest of honour.... Read More

AHRC PhD studentshi​ps at University of Nottingham – deadline 9 January

The Department of Music at the University of Nottingham invites applications for AHRC Doctoral Studentships funded under the new Midlands3Cities Doctoral Training Partnership. The closing date for applications is Thursday 9 January. Nottingham’s academic staff are acknowledged leaders in their respective fields: Robert Adlington (contemporary music; music and political ideologies;... Read More

Call For Papers – Steppin Steens o Knowledge

Folklore, Ethnology, and Ethnomusicology Conference (Aberdeen) Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen, Scotland 4–6 July, 2014 We are pleased to announce a call for papers for the inaugural Folklore, Ethnology, and Ethnomusicology Conference (Aberdeen). FEECA aims to answer the need for an academic forum for postgraduate research students and early-career researchers and... Read More