O primeiro simpósio do grupo de estudo em música e dança em contextos indígenas e pós-coloniais do ICTM lançou chamada para submissão de trabalhos. O prazo encerra-se em 29 de novembro e o evento será na National Dong Hwa University, em Taiwan, de 29 de junho a 2 de julho de 2020. Confira a chamada (Call for Papers) abaixo (em inglês):

The ICTM Study Group for Music and Dance in Indigenous and Postcolonial Contexts will hold its first Symposium at the National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan, from 29 June to 2 July 2020.
This Study Group is concerned with research and documentation into repertoires, epistemologies and applications of music, dance and ceremony across the fullest array of indigenous and postcolonial contexts worldwide. This includes national contexts in which indigenous peoples still struggle to have their sovereignty and rights recognised, as well as those from which former colonial powers have withdrawn, yet their institutional structures remain. The Study Group is a forum for cooperation among music and dance scholars and practitioners to share and discuss music, dance and ceremony in these contexts, as well as theirconnections to underpinning indigenous epistemologies and processes of knowledge production, the mediation of national and subaltern aspirations, conceptualisations of community and place, and strategies for cultural sustainability and survival. It encourages research into indigenous music and dance from a broad range of performative, theoretical, methodological and applied perspectives. Thiscan include, but is not limited to, studies concerningcomposition, performance, dissemination, community cohesion, wellbeing,policy, resourcing,human rights, equity,collections,formal and informal learning,maintenance, and the environment.
The First Symposium’s overarching theme will be:Ontologies and Epistemologies of Indigenous Music and Dance.
We therefore invite proposals for presentations that share research into:
  1. indigenous ontologies and epistemologies of being and knowing through music and dance
  2. indigenous knowledge production, curation and transmission through music and dance
  3. colonial and postcolonial impacts on indigenous music and dance
  4. expressions of personal, social and/or environmental ‘harmony’ in indigenous music and dance
  5. indigenous knowledges, intellectual property,and copyright
  6. research co-design and collaboration with indigenous performers
  7. continuity and change in indigenous music and dance
Types of presentation can include papers of 20 min, themed group panels of 90–120-min, lecture–demonstrations, concerts, and workshops.
Proposals will be accepted from ICTM members. Non-members are welcome to join the ICTM and submit their abstracts once they have joined.
Please submit proposals to Dr Muriel Swijghuisen Reigersberg: muriel.swijghuisenreigersberg@open.ac.uk. Proposals should include:
  1. an abstractof 250 words,
  2. a biographical notefor each presenter of 100 words, and
  3. all relevant affiliation and contact information for allpresenters (email and affiliation)
Abstracts can be submitted in Chinese and English.
Deadlinefor submissions                        29thNovember 2019
Feedback (accept,modify, reject)           Second week of January 2020
The Program Committee (alphabetically by surname)
Dr Bernd Brabec de Mori
Prof Jose Jorge de Carvalho
Prof Aaron Corn
Dr Wei-Ya Lin
Dr Muriel Swijghuisen Reigersberg
Prof Yuh-Fen Tseng
To be confirmed by February 2020.
Travel Subsidies
We are exploring the possibility of offering travel subsidies to Indigenous researchers with limited funds and research higher degree students. To be confirmed by February 2020.
Please contact Dr Muriel Swijghuisen Reigersberg if you have any questions: muriel.swijghuisenreigersberg@open.ac.uk.
We look forward to receiving your abstracts!
The Program Committee
12 October 2019″