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CFP: Yale Graduate Music Symposium

The Yale University Department of Music is pleased to announce the third biennial Yale Graduate Music Symposium, to be held March 1-2, 2014, in Stoeckel Hall. Our guest speaker this year will be Robert Gjerdingen.

Graduate students engaged in any area of music scholarship are invited to submit abstracts for papers in fields including, but not limited to, musicology, music theory and ethnomusicology. Papers should last no longer than 20 minutes, and each presentation will be followed by a 10-minute period for questions and comments. Please note that submissions are limited to one per person.

All proposals must be submitted electronically and will be reviewed anonymously. Each submission must include the following two components:

(1) An email sent to ygms@xxxxxxxx with (a) "YGMS Abstract Submission" in the subject field; (b) the author's name, email address, telephone number and academic affiliation; and (c) a list of any audio-visual requirements

(2) A Word or PDF attachment that contains only (a) the title of the paper and (b) an abstract of no more than 250 words, suitable for publication in the program

All submissions must be received no later than 1 December 2013.

For further information, please contact ygms@xxxxxxxx

All information regarding the conference can be consulted on our website: http://yalemusic.yale.edu/ygms-home

Stefanie Acevedo, M.M.
Ph.D. Student, Music Theory - Yale University