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CFP: International Conference on Music and Emotion 2009, University of Durham, UK

International Conference on Music and Emotion

University of Durham
31 August – 3 September 2009

Call for Papers

The conference is conceived around four key-note panels representing the disciplines of music theory, philosophy, psychology and sonic arts. In addition, we invite papers on any aspect of emotion research, including:

* new tools for analysing emotion in musical structure
* theories of expression, arousal, contagion, and representation
* categorical, dimensional, circumplex, and prototype models
* aesthetic psychology and the role of empirical evidence
* statistical and probabilistic models, including theories of expectation and markedness
* measuring physiological change, brain imaging, and analysis of gesture and whole body movement
* mechanisms of induction, transmission, and evaluation
* cross-modality and metaphor
* labelling versus dynamic modelling
* cross-cultural and trans-historical differences and universals
* musical emotion in social context
* classical versus evolutionary perspectives
* rhetoric, figurality, and the passions
* how emotion is mediated through musical form, material, timbre,and voice

Proposals (up to 200 words) for papers of around 20 minutes’ duration should be sent by email to Jo Buckley (jo.buckley@durham.ac.uk) by 1st March 2009. Further details can be found at

www.dur.ac.uk/music.emotion/.

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October 3, 2008 - Posted by | Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, & Talks

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