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Call For Papers: Wagner 1900, University of Oxford, 9-11 April 2018



Jesus College and the Faculty of Music at the University of Oxford will be
pleased to host the interdisciplinary conference ‘Wagner 1900’ on 9-11
April 2018. Featuring two performances, the conference will investigate the
impact of Richard Wagner on * fin-de-siècle* Vienna, not only in music but
also in the visual arts, theatre, literature and philosophy. The two
performances will address key issues raised by the topic of ‘Wagner 1900’,
providing a concrete basis for scholarly discussion.


Confirmed speakers include Barry Millington and Patrick Carnegy (keynotes);

Roger Allen (Oxford), Evan Baker (North Carolina), Christopher Fifield
(London); Peter Franklin (Oxford), Hermann Grampp (Berlin), Anne Leonard
(Chicago), Karin Martensen (Detmold), Hilda Meldrum Brown (Oxford), Eva
Rieger (Bremen), Diane Silverthorne (London), Morten Solvik (Vienna), and
Laura Tunbridge (Oxford).


Proposals of no more than *350 words* are invited for 20-minutes papers *in
English*. As there will be no parallel sessions, the Committee will be able
to select only a restricted number of papers. Doctoral students and early
career scholars are warmly encouraged to submit a proposal.


Topics to be covered include:

Richard Wagner and the
*Gesamtkunstwerk*The collaboration between Mahler and Alfred Roller
Roller’s set designs
Adolphe Appia
Wagner and the arts around 1900
Conducting Wagner; Wagner as conductor
19th C. historical performance practice
Wagnerian singers and the Bayreuth style
Cosima Wagner in Bayreuth
Wagner and theatre, Wagnerian staging
Wagner and Modernism in literature and philosophy
Wagnerism in Vienna

Proposals should be sent to our conference administrator, Lukas Beck
(lukas.beck
-at- music.ox.ac.uk), no later than *1st October 2017*.



https://www.academia.edu/34211627/CFP_Wagner_1900_University
_of_Oxford_9-11_April_2018



Conference Program Committee:
Dr. Anna Stoll Knecht (Oxford), convenor
Dr. Roger Allen (Oxford)
Dr. Anastasia Belina (London)
Prof. Peter Franklin (Oxford)
Dr. Tosca Lynch (Oxford)
Dr. Merel van Tilburg (London)

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