请注意:美国民族音乐学会将于2006年11月在夏威夷召开年会,并希望有更多的中国大陆学者参加该会议。会议主题和参会联系方式如下,希望诸位同仁积极参与:

     

    The Society for Ethnomusicology 2006 Annual Meeting - Call for Papers

    Honolulu, Hawai'i, November 16-19, 2006

    The online form for submitting your abstract for consideration by the
    2006 SEM Program committee is now available at:

    http://www.indiana.edu/~semhome/2006/index.shtml

    Join us for what promises to be a unique meeting in an incomparable
    location on November 16-19, 2006, in Honolulu, Hawai'i, at the Marriott
    Waikiki Hotel, just across the street from the famed beach at Waikiki.

    For the 51st annual meeting, we are matching the special location of
    this conference with a special set of conference themes and topics that
    focus on issues relevant to the Asia-Pacific region as well as
    indigenous rights and politics. The overall theme of the conference,
    "Decolonizing Ethnomusicology," invites critical discussion of the field
    itself and of its relationship to the people and the music we study. A
    pre-conference entitled 'Whose Asia-Pacific?': Representation and
    Presentation in Ethnomusicology" is related in spirit. Like any SEM
    meeting, presentations on topics other than the conference themes are
    also most welcome, but you should look forward to a meeting in 2006 that will be extraordinary in scope and setting.

    Since SEM last met in Honolulu 25 years ago, the field and the society
    have grown significantly. The celebratory intensity of our 50th
    anniversary in Atlanta this past year will be carried over to Honolulu
    as we look inward at our discipline and outward to our colleagues in
    Asia and the Pacific who may not ordinarily be able to travel to the
    mainland US for SEM meetings. In addition, our hosts for the meeting,
    the University of Hawai'i at Manoa, are organizing events that will
    showcase music and performing arts of Hawai'i and the Pacific.

    The annual Charles Seeger lecture will be delivered by Adrienne Kaeppler
    of the Smithsonian Institution.

    The conference topics for the 2006 meeting include the following:

       1. Music, sexuality and the body
       2. Migration and movement, with special reference to Asia and the
    Pacific
       3. Diaspora studies
       4. Confluences of music and dance
       5. Asian and Pacific music masters: An ethnomusicology of the
    individual
       6. Music and Islam
       7. Music and indigenous politics

    Proposals on any other topics relevant to the field of ethnomusicology
    are also welcome. The online and postmark deadline for submission of SEM
    proposals is Wednesday, March 15, 2006.

    The SEM 2006 Program Committee consists of Susan Asai (Northeastern
    University), Gregory Booth (University of Auckland), Margaret Kartomi
    (Monash University), Zoe Sherinian (University of Oklahoma), and Amy
    Stillman (University of Michigan), with Jacqueline Cogdell DjeDje
    (University of California, Los Angeles) as chair.

    For further questions about the program for SEM 2006, please contact:

        Jacqueline Cogdell DjeDje
        UCLA Department of Ethnomusicology
        Box 951657
        Los Angeles, CA 90095-1657
        (Tel) 310-206-3033

     (Fax) 310-206-4738

    Please direct all questions about participating in the pre-conference
    to:
    fredlau@hawaii.edu

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