Category: News

Call for Papers – ‘Ethnomusicology Ireland’ Issue 6

Ethnomusicology Ireland, the online journal for ICTM Ireland, solicits articles for publication in its sixth (2018) edition. The journal, which employs a thorough peer review process, has just announced a new editorial board consisting of Jaime Jones (editor), Aileen Dillane (deputy editor), Méabh Ní Fhuartháin (reviews editor), and John Millar (technical editor). Reflecting the range and […]

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Call for Papers:Cultures of Struggle

Cultures of Struggle: Song, Art and Performance in Popular Movements 29-31 May 2015   To see this CFP in PDF format, click the following: Cultures of Struggle CfP. Song and artistic performance have long been dominant discourses in liberation struggles across the globe. Southern Africa, the United States of America, Ireland, and Latin America are just […]

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Assistant Lecturer in Music , Maynooth University

Assistant Lecturer in Music , Maynooth University   The University is now seeking an individual of the highest quality who will add to the teaching and international research strength of the Department. This five-month sabbatical leave cover contract post includes a requirement to teach and coordinate core modules in ethnomusicology and Irish traditional music across […]

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Reminder – Call for Papers for ICTM Ireland 2014 postgraduate conference

Call for Papers ICTM Ireland’s Postgraduate Conference 2014 Voicing the Other(s) This year’s ICTM Ireland Postgraduate Conference will take place in Dingle, Co. Kerry on Saturday, 29 November 2014. 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. […]

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MA Scholarship at DkIT

DkIT invites applications for the following position: MA Scholarship (Full-time: at least 24 months) Dundalk Institute of Technology is a dynamic, world class Institute that has developed an international reputation in both basic and applied research through its Research Centres. The Section of Music within the School of Informatics and Creative Arts is recognised internationally […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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