CFP: Music, Health, & Humanity

Music, Health, and Humanity: Second International Health Humanities, 9, 10, 11 August, 2012, Montclair State University, New Jersey, United States

The Colleges of the Arts and of the Humanities and Social Sciences at Montclair State University, New Jersey, USA, are hosting the Second International Health Humanities Conference. Montclair State University is located in Northern New Jersey, 14 miles from New York City. In accordance with the interdisciplinary nature of the Health Humanities, we invite the participation of colleagues from music, other arts disciplines, the humanities, and clinical health backgrounds who wish to participate in an exploration concerning the various relationships among music, health, and humanity. We encourage individual and group (colloquium) presentations addressing theory, practice, and/or research (in progress or completed), addressing questions and issues pertinent to the conference theme.

We foresee the publication of papers (expanded, revised and submitted to a peer-review process) in one or more volumes post-conference, according to principles of intellectual and theoretical coherence that will give such publications editorial consistency. The conference Call-for-Papers form can be obtained via the link: http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/News/Events/Documents/IntHealthHumanitiesConf2012callform.doc

Information on registration, keynotes, and other information, will be available shortly. For additional information, please contact Dr. Brian Abrams: abramsb@mail.montclair.edu Deadline: 1st December 2011

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