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18th Annual Western University Graduate Symposium on Music

[CFP Deadline: May 31st, 2017]

August 25-26th 2017

von Kuster Hall, 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.

Presentations are limited to 20 minutes, with a 10-minute question period.
All submissions must include the title of the paper and a proposal not
exceeding 350 words. Proposals should not include supplementary materials
or figures and should not include your name or other identifying
information. Please send submissions in MS Word format (.doc or .docx)
to wugsom2017 -at- In your cover email, please include your
name, institutional affiliation, year in program, preferred email address,
phone number, and required equipment for the proposed presentation.  For
further information please see

Applicants for the graduate student workshop should email wugsom2017 -at- with a cover email (see above) and a brief statement about their
research interests and background. Workshop space is limited to 15
participants, and participants will be selected by random draw from the
pool of eligible applicants.


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