Call for Papers
3rd Women and Music in Ireland Conference
Presented by The Music Department, St Patrick’s College Drumcondra
in association with
The Society for Musicology in Ireland
Saturday10 May 2014
The third conference on Women and Music in Ireland will take place on the 10th of May 2014 at the Music Department, St Patrick’s College, Drumcondra. Following on from the 2010 and 2012 Women and Music in Ireland conferences, the 2014 conference hopes to further develop research into the roles of women in all aspects of musical life in Ireland. The conference aims to bring academics, performers and music enthusiasts together to examine the role of women and music in Ireland, their relationship with music and their collaborations with their peers. The conference organisers invite proposals exploring all aspects of women and music in Ireland. Proposals for themed panel sessions, lecture recitals and round-table discussions are also encouraged. Of particular interest for this conference is the role of women in the development of music education in Ireland from the nineteenth century to the present day. The keynote address will be delivered by Nicola LeFanu and the lunchtime concert will be performed by The Fidelio Trio, artists-in-residence at The Music Department, St Patrick’s College.
Other suggested areas of interest:
- The female musician in traditional Irish music
- The developing role of female composers
- Gender studies and Irish music
- Representations of gender and the development of popular music in Ireland
- Female philanthropy and music development in Ireland
Proposals for individual papers should be in the form of an abstract of c.250 words. Proposals for panel sessions should include a summary and an individual abstract for each participant.
Proposals should include the following information:
Name and Title
Institution or Organisation Affiliation
Any special technical requirements (piano, OHP, PowerPoint, audio/visual, etc)
Proposals should be sent as e-mail attachments (.doc or .docx or .pdf) to the conference organisers at: email@example.com by Monday, 16 December 2013. The conference programme and registration information will be available in January 2014. For more information please contact the conference organisers – Dr. Jennifer O’Connor-Madsen and Dr Rhona Clarke at firstname.lastname@example.org .
For more information you can find us on: Twitter: @womenandmusic