Call for Papers: Musical Instruments and Material Culture Conference

Full details can be found here. A conference to be held jointly by the Horniman Museum and Gardens and the Royal Anthropological Institute. An interdisciplinary conference linking organology, the study of musical instruments, with anthropology through the subject of musical instruments as objects of material culture, viewed holistically to consider aspects ranging from their manufacture... Read More

Available Positions (Ethnomusicology)

Members of ICTM Ireland have contacted us to circulate information on available positions throughout the world. Below is information relating to positions in Ireland and Canada. The information below is copied from communications received by ICTM Ireland members. ICTM Ireland cannot verify the particulars of posts advertised.   Ireland The University of Limerick (UL) with over... Read More

Call For Papers for the ICTM Ireland 2015 Annual Conference: Tracks Less Travelled

Details for the 2015 ICTM Ireland Annual Conference Call For Papers is available here in a PDF document. Alternatively, details can be found on our webpage here.  Read More

Call for Papers – ICTM Ireland’s Postgraduate Conference 2014

Call for Papers   Voicing the Other(s) Dear Postgraduate students, This year’s Postgraduate Conference will take place in Dingle, Co. Kerry on Saturday, November 29th. We invite postgraduate students at all stages of their study, with an interest in music, performance, ethnomusicology and education, to submit papers for 20 minute slots. We welcome papers on all... Read More

Spéis – Autumn 2014 edition

The current edition of Spéis can be downloaded from here.  Read More

Call For Papers – 43rd ICTM World Conference 2015

You are cordially invited to participate in the 43rd ICTM World Conference, which will be held between 16 and 22 July 2015 at the Kazakh National University of Arts in Astana, Kazakhstan. The ICTM World Conference is the leading international venue for the presentation of new research on music and dance. Many new initiatives emerge at World Conferences and, perhaps even more... Read More

Call For Papers – Joint SEM/ICTM

SEM-ICTM Forum: Call for Proposals Transforming Ethnomusicological Praxis through Activism and Community Engagement 13-16 September 2015 Limerick City, Ireland We are inviting proposals for an international forum sponsored jointly by the Society for Ethnomusicology and the International Council for Traditional Music. Proposals should be 200-300 words in length and must be submitted... Read More

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