Wednesday, October 21, 2009

3rd international conference on Narrative Inquiry Music and Education

From November 24–27, 2010, the School of Music at University of
Queensland will convene the 3rd international conference on Narrative
Inquiry Music and Education. Further information on the conference
might be found at the following website:

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Call for Papers & Submissions.

Deadline May 15, 2010.

Abstracts or full papers may be submitted for consideration.

•Abstracts of 500 words should indicate preference for one of the
following three modes of presentation:
•Paper Session: Paper presentation, followed by chaired discussion.
Grouped papers (3) of 25 minutes presentation followed by group
discussion (15 minutes);
•Symposium: Three to five related papers by different authors
addressing a single topic or theme scheduled in one 90-minute session
and hosted by a moderator or discussant proposed by the authors;
•Narrative Gallery: The Narrative Gallery is a one-hour forum for
presentation of vignettes from ongoing inquiry or works in progress.
Presenters are asked to dialogue with conference participants during
the forum.
•Papers of 5000 words or more (excluding references) should indicate
either Paper Session or Symposium as described above.
•A brief curriculum vitae should be attached.

Submissions will be reviewed by a conference advisory board comprised
of international scholars in narrative inquiry and in music, the arts,
and education. Criteria for acceptance include use of narrative in the
conduct and reporting of inquiry, a clear theoretical framework, and
relevance to the fields of music, the arts, and/or education.

Conference presenters will be notified by June 15, 2010.

Submissions may be made electronically in RTF as an attachment to
Enquiries to Margaret Barrett, School of Music, The University of
Queensland, Brisbane, Qld 4072, Australia.
Further information may be obtained from:

Authors in all categories may also submit papers accepted for
presentation at NIME3 for consideration for publication in Research
Studies in Music Education. Papers must conform to the specifications
of the journal and are subject to review by the editorial boards.