The next Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology, CIM22: ‘Participation’ will take place on 8-10 June 2022, convened by the Reid School of Music, The University of Edinburgh and the Department of Music, University of Hong Kong.
Guided by the aims of the Society for Interdisciplinary Musicology (SIM), CIM22 offers a meeting point for music researchers at the crossroads of humanities and sciences.
- Kyra Gaunt (Music & Theatre, University at Albany State University of New York, NY)
- Ruth Herbert (School of Arts, University of Kent, UK)
- Frederick Lau (Department of Music, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, HK)
To foster interdisciplinary dialogue, Keynote plenary sessions include cross-disciplinary Respondents.
Our theme of Participation invites cross-disciplinary reflection and dialogue across a range of current topics in music research which will benefit from the joint attention of both science and humanities expertise, to report new research from scholars and practitioners at all career stages.
*Read the call for proposals in full: https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/cim22-participation/call-for-proposals
The conference format includes both online and in-person (Edinburgh, UK) delivery. We encourage carbon-responsible conference participation, delegates may choose to present at a hub (Edinburgh), or to present remotely.
We particularly welcome co-authored proposals to present original interdisciplinary work in the form of regular papers, roundtable discussions, or video flash-talks. Final submission deadline extended to Monday 17 January 2022. Review outcomes late February 2022. Registration opens in March 2022.
We will continue to update the CIM22 conference website. *For more information and online proposal submission, visit: https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/cim22-participation
Contact email: ParticipationCIM22@gmail.com
Conference co-Chairs: Dr Nikki Moran, University of Edinburgh, UK | President of SIM (Society for Interdisciplinary Musicology) & Dr Youn Kim, Hong Kong University, HK
Dr Juan Loaiza – Conference assistance (Edinburgh)
Dr Andrea Schiavio, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria (SIM)
Dr Maiko Kawabata, Royal College of Music, London, UK
Dr James Cook, University of Edinburgh, UK
Dr Morag Grant, University of Edinburgh, UK
Prof. Raymond MacDonald, University of Edinburgh, UK
Dr Katie Overy, University of Edinburgh, UK
Daniel KL Chua (The University of Hong Kong)
Suk Won Yi (Seoul National University)
Kyung Myun Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Theresa Schallmoser, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria (SIM)
Prof. Richard Parncutt, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria (Founder, SIM)