Barbara Alge, Ethnomusicologist, now based in Vienna at the Phonogrammarchiv of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, compiled a list of ethnomusicological blogs. The list can be found on her blog: http://ethnomblogs.blogspot.com/
The Gypsy Lore Society established the Gypsy Lore Society Young Scholar’s Prize in Romani Studies for the best unpublished paper by a young scholar on a topic in Gypsy and Traveler Studies. The prize is a cash award of $500. The winning paper will be published, after any necessary revisions, in an issue of the journal Romani Studies. Continue reading
Music without walls – world and traditional music online
From Indian ritual music to bawdy English pub songs to Ugandan court music to Nigerian Highlife, the British Library’s collections of world and traditional music are emerging from the shelves of the Sound Archive and appearing on the Archival Sound Recordings website. Continue reading
You are cordially invited to the annual One-Day Conference of the British Forum of Ethnomusicology, which will be held on Saturday 7 November 2009, at King’s College London in the Strand.
Please see the Call for Papers pasted in below. Do feel free to circulate this further to any potentially interested parties.
Further details will be posted on the conference website as they become available – see http://bfe2009.net/4.html
British Forum for Ethnomusicology ~ Annual One-Day Conference
King’s College London, Saturday 7 November 2009
FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
ANALYTICAL APPROACHES TO WORLD MUSIC
February 20-21, 2010
University of Massachusetts, Amherst