Themes of past and future CIMs

Each Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology addresses a musical theme that is of interest to humanities, sciences and practically oriented disciplines. The latest call for papers is here.

Abbreviation
Theme
Location
Dates
Primary host
Organiser(s)
CIM19 Embodiment Graz, Austria 26-28 Sep 2019 Centre for Systematic Musicology, University of Graz Andrea Schiavio
CIM18 Meaning Poznań, Poland  17-20 Oct 2018 Department of Musicology, Adam Mickiewicz University Piotr Podlipniak
CIM15 Imagination Shanghai, China 27-29 Nov 2015 Research Institute for Ritual Music in China,
Shanghai Conservatory of Music
Sun Yue, Yang Yandi, Zhao Weiping
CIM14
Technology
Berlin, Germany
4-6 Dec 2014
National Institute for Music Research
Timour Klouche, Eduardo Miranda
CIM12
History
Göttingen, Germany
3-5 Sep 2012 Musikwissenschaftliches Seminar, U Göttingen Morag Josephine Grant
CIM11
Performance
Glasgow, Scotland
30 Aug – 3 Sep 2011
Centre for Music Technology, U Glasgow
Graham Hair, Nicholas Bailey
CIM10
Nature versus culture
Sheffield, England
23-24 July 2010
Department of Music, U Sheffield
Nicola Dibben, Renee Timmers
CIM09
Music and its instruments
Paris, France
26-29 October 2009
U Pierre et Marie Curie & U Paris Sorbonne
Michèle Castellengo, Hugues Genevois
CIM08
Musical structure
Thessaloniki, Greece
2-6 July 2008
Department of Music Studies, U Thessaloniki
Emilios Cambouropoulos, Costas Tsougras, Makis Solomos
CIM07
Singing
Tallinn, Estonia
15-19 August 2007
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre
Jaan Ross, Kaire Maimets-Volt
CIM05
Timbre
Montreal, Canada
10-12 March 2005
Observatoire international de la création musicale
Caroline Traube, Serge Lacasse
CIM04
Graz, Austria
15-18 April 2004
Institut für Musikwissenschaft, U Graz
Richard Parncutt, Annekatrin Kessler, Fränk Zimmer

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