International Musicological Conference "Monodies, Modalities and Cognitive Research in the Mediterranean" - Call for papers

lun 2 nov 2020 - mer 4 nov 2020
Date limite d'inscription: 
sam 5 sep 2020
comité scientifique: 
Nidaa Abou Mrad (Professor of Musicology, Doctor of Medicine, Vice-President of the Conference of Rectors in the Middle East (CONFREMO), Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs and Research of Antonine University (UA), Dean of the Faculty of Music and Musicology, Director of the Centre for Research on Musical Traditions,           Bouchra Bechealany (Associate Professor of Music Education Sciences at the Faculty of Pedagogy of the Lebanese University, Associate Researcher at CRTM-UA), Frédéric Billiet (Vice-Dean, Student and Campus Life - Faculty of Arts, Professor of Medieval Music - Sorbonne University, Institute for Research in Musicology (IReMus UMR 8223, https://www.iremus.cnrs.fr/fr/membres-permanents/frederic-billiet), Coordinator of the MUSICONIS program http://musiconis.blogspot.fr), Olivier Bonnot (Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Head of the University Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Unit, Faculty of Medicine of the University of Nantes, Director of the Music Therapy Research Laboratory, Nantes Institute of Music Therapy (LabMin)), Feriel Bouhadiba (Musicologist, Lecturer at the Higher Institute of Music in Tunis and at the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences in Tunis, member of the Research Laboratory in Culture, New Technologies and Development (University of Tunis), associate researcher at CRTM- UA, responsible for research and publishing in the association "Concepts et Questions d'Avenir" (Tunisia)), Elvira Brattico (Professor of Neuroscience, Music and Aesthetics, Department of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Health, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark, Professor of General Psychology, Department of Educational Sciences, Psychology, Communication (For.Psi.Com,), University Aldo Moro of Bari, Bari, Italy, Principal Investigator of Learning & Executive Board Member, Center for Music in the Brain (MIB), Center of excellence of the Danish National Research Foundation, Aarhus University & The Royal Academy of Music Aarhus/Aalborg, Aarhus, Denmark), Jean-Marc Chouvel (Professor of Musicology at Sorbonne University, permanent researcher at the Institute for Research in Musicology (IReMus, UMR 8223, https://www.iremus.cnrs.fr/fr/membres-permanents/jean-marc-chouvel)), Pierre Couprie (Assistant Professor HDR at the INSPE of Sorbonne University, permanent researcher at the Institute for Research in Musicology (IReMus, UMR 8223, https://www.iremus.cnrs.fr/fr/membres-permanents/pierre-couprie)), Dinko Fabris (History of Music, Università della Basilicata, Matera, Immediate Past President International Musicological Society and chair "Mediterranean Music Study Group" IMS, www.musicology.org), Wassim Jomaa (Assistant Professor at the Higher Institute of Music and Musicology of Sousse, Director of the Master of Music Therapy (Faculty of Medicine and ISM of Sousse, Tunisia), President of the AMM, Mediterranean Association of Music Therapy), Philippe Lalitte (Professor of Musicology at Sorbonne University, permanent researcher at the Institute for Research in Musicology (IReMus, UMR 8223, https://www.iremus.cnrs.fr/fr/membres-permanents/philippe-lalitte) and Associate Researcher at the Laboratoire d'étude de l'apprentissage et du développement (UMR 5022)), Nicolas Meeùs (Professor Emeritus of Musicology at Sorbonne University, permanent researcher at the Institute for Research in Musicology (IReMus, UMR 8223, https://www.iremus.cnrs.fr/fr/membres-permanents/nicolas-meeus), President of the Belgian Society for Music Analysis ; http://nicolas.meeus.free.fr), Hervé Platel (Professor of Neuropsychology at the University of Caen, Inserm Unit U1077, https://nimh.unicaen.fr/fr/personnes/name/herve-platel/, President of the Regional Musical Agency of Normandy "Le FAR").

In this document, the masculine form refers, as appropriate, to both women and men. The use of the masculine is for the sole purpose of facilitating the reading of the text and has no discriminatory intent.
 
The Centre for Research on Musical Traditions of the Antonine University (CRTM-FMM-UA, Lebanon), the International Musicological Society (IMS), Sorbonne University (SU), with the Institute for Research in Musicology (IReMus), are co-organizing an international musicological conference on the theme “Monodies, modalities and cognitive research in the Mediterranean”, from 2 to 4 November 2020, in UA, Lebanon, in a hybrid face-to-face and online mode. 
This Conference is part of the Mediterranean Music Studies working group of the IMS for the year 2020, as well as the 10th international musicological meeting of the UA.                         
This event is organized in collaboration with the Institute of Music Therapy of the University of Nantes (France), and the Higher Institute of Music and Musicology of Sousse (Tunisia).
  

1.Rationale

The musicological research work carried out on both sides of the Mediterranean in the field of modal monodic musical traditions and their practices, particularly in the light of modal generative grammatical semiotic theory, and in a comparative manner with research on tonal music, requires now a moment of exchange and dialogue. Cognitive research, in its transdisciplinary articulation between psychology, neurosciences, philosophy, linguistics, and artificial intelligence, must be particularly solicited to investigate this musical material. This international Conference, deliberately trans-disciplinary, is intended to take stock of the research and to study its transferability in teaching and society, particularly in educational sciences, music therapy, musical interpretation, and artificial intelligence.

2.Proposed lines of research

  1. Neurosciences and musical modality.
  2. Cognitive universals versus cultural specificities in the elaboration and perception of musical meanings.
  3. Modal monodies in the light of musical semiotics and generative grammars.
  4. The inclusion of musical grammars in music therapy: historical and systematic perspectives.
  5. Musical education, learning theories, and modal monodies.
  6. Modality through the prism of computer-assisted analysis and composition, and artificial intelligence.
  7. Modal monodies and cognition: a historical perspective.

3.Organizational Data

  • Researchers wishing to participate in this Conference are requested to send an abstract (500 words) of their paper (20 minutes), together with a brief CV (a maximum of 50 words), to the following address nidaa.aboumrad@ua.edu.lb.
  • Communications can be in French or English.
  • Deadline for submission of proposals: September 5, 2020.
  • Deadline for confirmation of participation: September 30, 2020.
  • Conference dates: November 2–4, 2020.
  • Format: this Conference will take a hybrid organizational form, both on-site and online.  
  • Issue No. 15 of the Revue des traditions musicales will be devoted to this Conference and will publish a choice of its papers.

4.Scientific Committee (in alphabetical order)

  • Nidaa Abou Mrad (Professor of Musicology, Doctor of Medicine, Vice-President of the Conference of Rectors in the Middle East (CONFREMO), Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs and Research of Antonine University (UA), Dean of the Faculty of Music and Musicology, Director of the Centre for Research on Musical Traditions,          
  • Bouchra Bechealany (Associate Professor of Music Education Sciences at the Faculty of Pedagogy of the Lebanese University, Associate Researcher at CRTM-UA),
  • Frédéric Billiet (Vice-Dean, Student and Campus Life - Faculty of Arts, Professor of Medieval Music - Sorbonne University, Institute for Research in Musicology (IReMus UMR 8223, https://www.iremus.cnrs.fr/fr/membres-permanents/frederic-billiet), Coordinator of the MUSICONIS program http://musiconis.blogspot.fr),
  • Olivier Bonnot (Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Head of the University Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Unit, Faculty of Medicine of the University of Nantes, Director of the Music Therapy Research Laboratory, Nantes Institute of Music Therapy (LabMin)),
  • Feriel Bouhadiba (Musicologist, Lecturer at the Higher Institute of Music in Tunis and at the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences in Tunis, member of the Research Laboratory in Culture, New Technologies and Development (University of Tunis), associate researcher at CRTM- UA, responsible for research and publishing in the association "Concepts et Questions d'Avenir" (Tunisia)),
  • Elvira Brattico (Professor of Neuroscience, Music and Aesthetics, Department of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Health, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark, Professor of General Psychology, Department of Educational Sciences, Psychology, Communication (For.Psi.Com,), University Aldo Moro of Bari, Bari, Italy, Principal Investigator of Learning & Executive Board Member, Center for Music in the Brain (MIB), Center of excellence of the Danish National Research Foundation, Aarhus University & The Royal Academy of Music Aarhus/Aalborg, Aarhus, Denmark),
  • Jean-Marc Chouvel (Professor of Musicology at Sorbonne University, permanent researcher at the Institute for Research in Musicology (IReMus, UMR 8223, https://www.iremus.cnrs.fr/fr/membres-permanents/jean-marc-chouvel)),
  • Pierre Couprie (Assistant Professor HDR at the INSPE of Sorbonne University, permanent researcher at the Institute for Research in Musicology (IReMus, UMR 8223, https://www.iremus.cnrs.fr/fr/membres-permanents/pierre-couprie)),
  • Dinko Fabris (History of Music, Università della Basilicata, Matera, Immediate Past President International Musicological Society and chair "Mediterranean Music Study Group" IMS, www.musicology.org),
  • Wassim Jomaa (Assistant Professor at the Higher Institute of Music and Musicology of Sousse, Director of the Master of Music Therapy (Faculty of Medicine and ISM of Sousse, Tunisia), President of the AMM, Mediterranean Association of Music Therapy),
  • Philippe Lalitte (Professor of Musicology at Sorbonne University, permanent researcher at the Institute for Research in Musicology (IReMus, UMR 8223, https://www.iremus.cnrs.fr/fr/membres-permanents/philippe-lalitte) and Associate Researcher at the Laboratoire d'étude de l'apprentissage et du développement (UMR 5022)),
  • Nicolas Meeùs (Professor Emeritus of Musicology at Sorbonne University, permanent researcher at the Institute for Research in Musicology (IReMus, UMR 8223, https://www.iremus.cnrs.fr/fr/membres-permanents/nicolas-meeus), President of the Belgian Society for Music Analysis ; http://nicolas.meeus.free.fr),
  • Hervé Platel (Professor of Neuropsychology at the University of Caen, Inserm Unit U1077, https://nimh.unicaen.fr/fr/personnes/name/herve-platel/, President of the Regional Musical Agency of Normandy "Le FAR").

5.Organizational Committee

Nidaa Abou Mrad (nidaa.aboumrad@ua.edu.lb), Frédéric Billiet (frederic.billiet@sorbonne-universite.fr) and Dinko Fabris (dinko.fabris@unibas.it).
Coordinator : Nathalie Abou Jaoude (CRTM-UA, nathalie.aboujaoude@ua.edu.lb).
 


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