[Humanist] 28.526 events: digital musicology & traditional music in China

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 28, No. 526.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2014 20:53:59 +0800
        From: "Yu, Hui" <hui.yuu at gmail.com>
        Subject: Symposium of Digital Musicology and Traditional Music in China


Digital Musicology and Traditional Music is a two day symposium hosted
by Ningbo University College of Arts, China.

Date and Location
14-15 February 2015, Ningbo University College of Arts, Ningbo, China

Call for Papers
Symposium of Digital Musicology and Tradition Music will focus on
applications of digital technology on traditional music research.

The organizing committee welcomes proposals for presentations which
focus specifically on the following themes:
•    Internet technology and interactive influence between musical cultures.
•    Digital technology and Music Analyses
•    Recent trends on digital musicology.

Deadline for proposals
10 December 2014

Proposals of c.300 words should be sent to Musicology.china at gmail.com
or Weiyanping1 at nbu.edu.cn.

Languages
English / Chinese

Accommodation / Fees
There will be no conference fee. The symposium host will provide free
hotel accommodations and one day local sightseeing for international
participants. A limited amount of sponsorships for international
return tickets is also available for qualified participants.

Ningbo City
Ningbo is a seaport city in the northeast of Zhejiang province,
China,holding sub-provincial administrative status with a population
of 7.6 million. It is one of China’s oldest cities, with a history
dating to the Hemudu culture in 4800 BC. The city was known as a trade
city on the silk road at least two thousand years ago, and then as a
major port for foreign trade since the Tang Dynasty. It enjoys both
historical culture atmosphere and the dynamic economic development of
modern China.

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Yu, Hui Ph.D.
Professor of Musicology
Dean, Ningbo University College of Arts
616 Fenghua Road, Ningbo City, Zhejiang Prov.
P. R. China 315211
+86 15869334682  (C)
+86 574 87609458 (O)
+86 574 87608286 (F)





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