Offres et appels

Cette rubrique contient des appels pour des colloques, des publications collectives, des concours, des postes à pourvoir.

The mdw-University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna is offering the temporary position of a Research Associate (PostDoc) for the future Music and Minorities Research-Center (Wittgenstein-Project).
Expected starting date:1stMay2019
Working hours: Full-time, 40 hours per week
Contract: limited to 5 years as a Project Employee as defined in the collective labour agreement
Salary : According to the Austrian collective labour agreement, the monthly gross pay is at a minimum
€ 3.803,90 (14 times).
 
The Music and Minorities Research Centre has the goal of continuing the ethnomusicological research of minorities which has been developed by Ursula Hemetek, and creating a structural basis for it. The intention is to sustainably establish this field of research with an emphasis on its socio-political application.
 
Pre-conditions: PhD in ethnomusicology/folk music research related subject. Perfect language abilities: German, English. Experience in application for and accounting of research funding. Integration into the international ethnomusicological scientific community.
 
Qualifications: Experience in ethnomusicological minority research, familiarity with international ethnomusicological discourses, especially on engaged ethnomusicology, international conference participations, publications, experience in fieldwork as well as in research organization, ability for teamwork.
 
Tasks: Assistance to project management in developing and running the research centre; defining priorities, and strategies, concerning research topics as well as strategies of public relations and publications; support of the two advisory boards, coordination of meetings; writing of research fund applications, own research and publications on the topic music and minorities.
 
Application deadline : 27th March 2019 at 24.00 (CET)
 
Applications (including CV, motivational letter, proof of professional qualifications) should be sent (related to GZ 754/19) to the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Department of Human Resources, Anton von Webern-Platz 1, 1030 Vienna. The application documents remain at the university.
 
The University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna is committed to the equal treatment of all qualified applicants regardless of sex, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, world-view, age, or disability.
 
The University is particularly interested in increasing the percentage of women working in the artistic, scientific and general university personnel ranks. It therefore expressly encourages qualified women to apply. It should be specifically mentioned, however, that applicants who are invited to the audition will not receive remuneration from the university for incurred travel and hotel expenses.

Appel à projets 2019 pour la réalisation de fiches d'inventaire du patrimoine culturel immatériel de la France

La date-limite d'envoi des dossiers est fixée au vendredi 10 mai 2019 minuit.
L'appel à projets est ouvert aux associations, aux fédérations et aux organismes regroupant des détenteurs de pratiques culturelles immatérielles, ainsi qu'aux collectivités territoriales et aux laboratoires et centres de recherche.
Les pratiques culturelles visées sont celles, vivantes et dynamiques, définies par la Convention de l'Unesco de 2003 : traditions et expressions orales ; arts du spectacle ; pratiques sociales, rituels, événements festifs ; connaissances et pratiques liées à la nature et à l'univers ; savoir-faire de l'artisanat traditionnel.

Texte de l'appel à projets : ici

Demande de subvention de recherche 2019, à compléter et à renvoyer à l'adresse indiquée : ici

Contacts

Pour tout renseignement scientifique : contacter Isabelle Chave, conservateur en chef du patrimoine, ou Thomas Mouzard, chargé d'études documentaires au DPRPS.

Pour tout renseignement administratif : contacter Carole Giovannetti, gestionnaire au DPRPS

http://www.culture.gouv.fr/Thematiques/Patrimoine-culturel-immateriel/L-inventaire-national/Appels-a-projets-pour-l-inventaire-du-PCI-en-France/Appel-a-projets-2019-pour-la-realisation-de-fiches-d-inventaire-du-patrimoine-culturel-immateriel-de-la-France

Prix de thèse 2019
musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac
Le département de la Recherche et de l’Enseignement du musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac souhaite encourager et soutenir les travaux de recherche dans les domaines des arts occidentaux et extra-occidentaux, des patrimoines matériels et immatériels, des institutions muséales et de leurs collections, de la technologie et de la culture matérielle. Les disciplines concernées sont l’anthropologie, l’ethnomusicologie, l’histoire de l’art, l’histoire, l’archéologie, les arts du spectacle et la sociologie.
A cette fin, deux prix de thèse pour aide à la publication d’un montant total de 8 000 euros sont attribués chaque année à deux thèses de doctorat qui se distinguent par leur intérêt scientifique et leur originalité. 
Seront prises en compte les thèses rédigées en français ou en anglais soutenues depuis le 1er octobre 2017 (une seule candidature est possible). Cette thèse doit traiter d'un sujet lié aux champs de recherches privilégiés par le musée.
La sélection sera effectuée par le Comité d’évaluation scientifique du musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac.
Procédure :
Les propositions de candidatures doivent obligatoirement être présentées par le directeur de thèse ou par une personnalité scientifique reconnue.
Pièces à fournir pour la constitution du dossier de candidature :
 
·       rapport de soutenance de la thèse (dans le cas de pays où le rapport de soutenance n’existe pas, merci de l’indiquer spécifiquement dans le dossier de candidature, et de joindre les rapports des examinateurs)
·       attestation de diplôme délivrée par l’université de rattachement
·       résumé de la thèse (en 10 pages maximum)
·       CV et liste des publications
·       lettre de recommandation d’une personnalité scientifique autre que le directeur de thèse
·       lettre du directeur de thèse justifiant la candidature.
·       un exemplaire de la thèse sur CD-Rom, clé USB ou autre support numérique (si possible en fichier pdf)
·       fiche de candidature (jointe à ce message), qui peut être téléchargée à l’adresse suivante :
          Date limite de dépôt des candidatures : 1er juin 2019 (le cachet de la poste faisant foi). 
Le dossier est à adresser au : musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac, Département de la recherche et de l’enseignement, 222, rue de l’Université. 75343 Paris Cedex 07. 

Il peut également être déposé à l'accueil du musée aux heures d’ouverture (222, rue de l’Université, Paris 7e).

Pour toute question, s’adresser à prix.these@quaibranly.fr
La liste des candidats admis à concourir sera publiée le 15 juin et les résultats fin novembre, sur le site Internet du musée.

Teaching Associate in Ethnomusicolog y

(Part Time, Fixed Term)

The Faculty of Music at the University of Cambridge is seeking to appoint a part-time (0.4FTE) Teaching Associate in Music, specialising in Ethnomusicology, with additional expertise in sound studies, postcolonial studies, and/or popular music from September 2019 for a period of three years. The successful candidate will have a PhD in Music or a cognate discipline with a well-developed track record in musicological research, particularly in the field of Ethnomusicology as well as experience of successfully developing and delivering teaching within Higher Education.

At the heart of a vast network of musical study, research and practice, the Faculty of Music is made up of 14 academic staff, 6 postdoctoral researchers, 12 affiliated lecturers and 16 support staff who work with around 200 undergraduates and 75 graduate students. As a world-leading centre of research the Faculty includes specialists in medieval and renaissance music, early modern music, nineteenth-century music, opera, popular music, ethnomusicology, performance studies, composition, and scientific approaches to music. The Faculty hosts the Cambridge Centre for Musical Performance Studies (CMPS) and the Centre for Music and Science (CMS). The Faculty facilities include a fully professional concert hall, a music library, a purpose-built studio and music computing facilities, as well as an impressive collection of historical instruments and a Javanese gamelan.

The successful candidate will deliver courses at undergraduate level and contribute to graduate teaching where appropriate. They will teach a second-year course, Introduction to Ethnomusicology, which currently includes modules on musical and sonic ethnography, history of ethnomusicology and an introduction to several non-Western musical repertoires/practices, as well as a practical component for students to carry out a small-scale ethnographic project. The appointee will also be expected to deliver one or more courses on an approved subject of their own choice, in addition to carrying out examining and administrative duties on behalf of the Faculty of Music.

Further information about the Faculty of Music is available from http://www.mus.cam.ac.uk/

To apply online for this vacancy, please click here. This will route you to the University's Web Recruitment System, where you will need to register an account (if you have not already) and log in before completing the online application form.

Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 3 years in the first instance.

Vanessa Paloma Elbaz, Ph.D.
Research Associate, Faculty of Music
ERC Project "Past and Present Musical Encounters Across the Strait of Gibraltar"
University of Cambridge
cell: +44 7874 967314


Director
KHOYA: les archives sonores du Maroc juif

Call for Applications

Anthropology of Music Master Class in combination with the Anthropology of Music Lecture Series

“Acoustemology“ with Steven Feld

June 26 to 29, 2019
Department of Anthropology and African Studies (ifeas) and African Music Archives (AMA) Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany

We proudly announce the second edition of our “Anthropology of Music Lecture Series and Master Class”. It is part of a new initiative to further strengthen and expand the focus on music at the Department of Anthropology and African Studies (ifeas), Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany. Combining a public lecture series held by one of the field’s most established representatives with a master class designed for young researchers to present their works, this new format provides a unique opportunity to discuss ongoing research and reflect on the current state of anthropological engagements with music and sound. The focus of the 2019 edition is on “acoustemology”, and we are therefore glad to welcome Steven Feld, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico (USA) and Senior Scholar at the School for Advanced Research, Santa Fe, New Mexico (USA), to serve as both our guest lecturer and main discussant in the master class.

The Lecture Series (June 26-28)
Steven Feld introduced the concept of acoustemology in the early 1990s, conjoining ‘acoustic’ and ‘epistemology’ pursue the social study of sound as a way of knowing and being in the world (see Feld, “ 2015, Keywords in Sound). In doing so, Feld provided a new and extended vocabulary for the discussion of music and sound on which anthropologists, ethnomusicologists and others increasingly draw. In a series of three public lectures, held on three subsequent days, Steven Feld will not only present the current state of his own thinking about and through acoustemology. He will also demonstrate how acoustemological approaches may contribute to ongoing theoretical debates on globalization, neoliberal capitalism, environmental change and human-nonhuman-interactions, and thus may speak to some of the most pressing questions of our times.

The Master Class (June 26-29)
The master class provides young researchers with the opportunity to present their work, discuss it with leading exponents of their field (Steven Feld among them) and relate it to recent developments and debates. We therefore invite researchers with academic backgrounds in anthropology, ethno-/musicology, sociology or related fields (preferably at PhD or postdoc level) to apply for the Master Class. There are no restrictions in regard to the region of study or to the kind of music or sound explored. However, the master class directly relates to the topic of the lecture series, e.g. it aims at exploring the potential of acoustemology concerning ethnographic studies of music and sound. Contributions thus should

  1. theoretically reflect on implications of an acoustemological approach for the social and cultural study of music and sound;

  2. explore ways in which acoustemological understandings of music and sound may inform larger theoretical issues currently discussed within the social sciences and the humanities;

  3. investigate ways in which acoustemology may alter the anthropological as well as ethnomusicological study of music and sound and help to substantially relate both traditions.

in order to Acoustemology”, in Novak and Sakakeeny, eds.,

How to apply

The lecture series is public. If you wish to participate in our Master Class, we kindly ask you to apply by sending a short outline summing up your general research project (max. 300 words), a title of your presentation, as well a short abstract that relates your presentation to the lecture’s overall topic (max. 300 words). Please apply in electronic form to anthro-music@uni-mainz.de until March 1, 2019.

There is no tuition fee for the master class and we will provide participants with accommodation, breakfast, and lunch.

We encourage applications from countries of the so-called Global South. In cases where transportation costs pose severe challenges, we will try to acquire additional funding. Please send your application, we will discuss further details once you are accepted.

If you need more information, please don’t hesitate to contact us. You might as well check our webpage for updates: https://anthropologyofmusic.com/ - We all look very much forward to meeting you in Mainz!

Markus Verne (Professor for Anthropology and Aesthetics, ifeas); Hauke Dorsch (Director of the African Music Archives/AMA, ifeas); Cornelia Günauer (ifeas); Maike Meurer (ifeas); Tom Simmert (ifeas)

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