Abierto el CFP para el Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference (MedRen) 2020 en Edimburgo. Deadline 31 de diciembre.

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The organisers and the Programme Committee invite proposals for the 2020 Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference (https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/medrenconference/), to be held in Edinburgh on 1-4 July 2020.

Proposals on all topics relating to Medieval and Renaissance Music, broadly construed, are welcomed, but we are particularly interested in the following areas: Music in Britain; Chant; Gender and music; Music and medievalism; Music and the environment; Music outside of continental Europe; Early Music and Digital Technologies; The state of the discipline.

Conference languages:
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish

Possible formats of presentations include, but are not limited to:
• individual papers of 20 minutes
• paired papers
• themed sessions
• round tables
• workshops/ lecture-recitals
• posters

The conference will include a dedicated poster session.

Please send proposals to medren2020@gmail.com by 31st December. Notification of acceptance will be given by February 14th. Proposals should include:

• Title of paper
• Speaker(s)
• Affiliation
• A proposal of c.250 words

For themed sessions:

• title of paper
• chair (if known)
• names of all participants
• total required duration (blocks of 90 minutes are preferred)
• short description of contents

Registration will go live on February 1 2020 at the following address: https://www.efdelegates.ed.ac.uk/MedRen2020

Programme Committee:

• James Cook
• Marianne Gillion
• Thomas Schmidt
• Adam Whittaker
• Miriam Wendling
• Raquel Rojo Carillo,
• Tess Knighton,
• Elisabeth Giselbrecht
• Victori Coelho
• Catherine Bradley
• Antonio Chemotti