The original EU Marie Curie grant that funded the Sonic Circulations research network came to an end with the turn of 2020, but I'm excited to be able to announce that the project is continuing through the generous support of the British Academy, and their Postdoctoral Fellowship scheme, with a new base at King's College London. I'd… Continue reading Ends and new beginnings: British Academy funding
Venue change: conference now at King’s College, London
The Sonic Circulations conference venue is changing: to King’s College London, Strand Campus. Register by 9 June, here (or here for the student/unwaged rate). Last weekend the University and College Union passed a motion supporting a boycott of events at Senate House, escalating an ongoing dispute surrounding the outsourcing of UoL cleaners, caterers, security staff, and… Continue reading Venue change: conference now at King’s College, London
One week left to register…
... for the Sonic Circulations conference! Registration closes Sunday 9 June. Register here (or here for the student rate). The provisional programme is available here.
Sonic Circulations Conference: Registration Now Open!
Sonic Circulations 1900-1950: Musical Thought, Scientific Fantasies, Global Contexts Institute of Musical Research, Senate House, London, 24-25 June 2019 Registration now open! (Closes 9 June). Register here (or here for the student rate). The provisional programme is available here.
Provisional Conference Programme
We are pleased to announce the provisional programme for the Sonic Circulations 1900-50 conference, taking place at King's College, London, Strand Campus, on 24 and 25 June 2019 (in association with the Institute of Musical Research, and the Music and Letters Trust). Sonic Circulations Conference Provisional Programme All sessions will take place at King's College,… Continue reading Provisional Conference Programme