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[CSL]: Call for Chapters on Virtual Bands, Virtual Music

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Joanne Roberts <[log in to unmask]>

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Interdisciplinary academic study of Cyber Society <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 27 Jan 2012 14:10:42 -0000

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From: Cyberspace and Society [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Shara Rambarran

Sent: 27 January 2012 13:34

To: [log in to unmask]

Subject: Call for Chapters on Virtual Bands, Virtual Music



Virtual Bands, Virtual Music



Shara Rambarran and Sheila Whiteley are seeking contributions from the wide spectrum of musicology and social sciences for an edited text on Virtual Bands, Virtual Music that will reflect upon its origins, its characters, its music(s), its scattered identity, its legacy, its worldwide membership and circulation.  How can we define aesthetically, culturally, politically, and ideologically the concept and meaning of virtual bands? To what extent is contemporary popular music driven by the digital media (Internet, digital music distribution, consumption), music technology (sampling, remix, MP3), and creative artistic technology (music video, performance, virtual groups)? 



Suggestions for chapters (non-exhaustive) include:



Origins and legacy

Music and the Performer (creativity, authorship, identity) Fantasy worlds, fantasy characters Reception (digital consumption, digital technologies, activism) The Music Industry (impact, copyright, digital distribution)



Other, more general, possible categories:



The musical genres

The role of technology (instrumental, sampling, remix, MP3) Associated subcultures Legacies Circulation Gender, sexuality, class, ethnicity and identity Influence of ‘orientalism’ and geopolitics Intellectual debates The media: reports, reception, gossip Graphic arts (animation, 3D holograms)



Proposals should be 500 words maximum and should include keywords and a brief biog of the author.  Submitting a proposal implies that it only contains original, non-published material and that it is not simultaneously being submitted to another publication.



The deadline for submissions is 31 May, 2012. A decision on inclusions will be made by 1 July, 2012 and chapters will need to be finalised by August 31, 2013 to allow time for final editing.

 

Proposals should be submitted electronically to [log in to unmask] and [log in to unmask]



We look forward to hearing from you!





Dr. Shara Rambarran

Visiting Fellow

Queen's University (Canada) at Bader International Study Centre, UK



Editorial Board Member,

Journal on the Art of Record Production: http://arpjournal.com/



Peer Review Board Member,

Networking Knowledge Journal



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