Registration for the conference Canada 150: Music and Belonging is now available online.
Visit http://uoftmusicicm.ca/about/canada150music/ for information about registration, accommodation, and local arrangements.
Visit http://www.karelo.com/register.php?BID=663&BT=10&Ev=17101 to register for the conference directly.
Please note that a reduced early registration rate is available until April 30th.
Academic unit: Studies in Art and Culture
Category of appointment: Two Year Term
Field of specialization: Musicology
Rank/Position title: Instructor
Start date: July 1, 2017
Applications will be reviewed starting: April 24 and continue until the position is filled
About the position:
The School for Studies in Art and Culture (Music) invites applications from qualified candidates for a renewable two-year appointment at the rank of either Instructor I or Instructor II, depending on qualifications, beginning July 1, 2017.
The successful candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate courses within the general area of Musicology (including classical music history, jazz history, popular music and/or music of the world's peoples). An ability to teach courses in the general area of Musicianship (elementary musical materials and skills, or musical analysis and practice - classical, jazz or popular) would be considered as an asset, though not essential. Qualified instructors may also have the opportunity to teach the occasional seminar at the MA level.
CALL FOR PAPERS
18th Annual Western University Graduate Symposium on Music
University of Western Ontario
London Ontario, Canada
The Society of Graduate Students in Music at Western University is pleased to announce its 18th annual Graduate Symposium on Music (WUGSOM), August 25th–26th, 2017. This year Dr. Julie Pedneault-Deslauriers (University of Ottawa) will be delivering the keynote address, and Dr. Jonathan De Souza (Western University) will be leading a graduate student workshop entitled “Musical Instruments and Embodied Performance.”
The program committee invites graduate students of all disciplines to submit proposals for papers on any aspect of music, including but by no means limited to music theory, musicology, ethnomusicology, music cognition, music education, composition, and performance. We welcome papers on any topic, and encourage a diversity of excellence in research across many fields. The deadline for submission is May 31st, 2017 at 4:00pm EST.
Page 2 of 8