Communication in Music, Arts, Therapy and Education Practices

Grieg Research School (GRS) and the University of Stavanger invite PhD candidates and other delegates to a national research seminar in March on the theme Communication. Location: University of Stavanger, Department of Music and Dance, Bjergsted 1, Stavanger, Norway. Lectures are open to everyone associated with the University of Stavanger!

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Communication in Music, Arts, Therapy and Education Practices

Dates: March 11-14, 2014

Location: University of Stavanger, Department of Music and Dance, Bjergsted 1, Stavanger, Norway

Programme:

Tuesday March 11

12.00-13.00        Registration and lunch

13.00-13.15        Opening

13.15-14.45        Keynote 1: Per Dahl: Lost in translation? Some remarks on ontology, epistemology and communication in   music

14.45-15.00        Break

15.00-15.45        Ph.D. Presentation: Julia K. Leikvoll

15.45-16.00        Artistic Research Presentation: Per Zanussi

16.30-16.45        Break 

16.45-18.00        Your Ph.D. in 5 minutes or less!

18.00                  Reception

Wednesday March 12

09.00-10.30        Keynote 2: Wolfgang Fuhrmann: What exactly is music communicating?

10.30-10.45        Break

10.45-11.30        Ph.D. Presentation: Randi M. Eidsaa

11.30-12.15        Ph.D. Presentation: Åsmund Espeland

12.15-13.15        Lunch

13.15-14.45        Keynote 3: Magne Espeland / Lars Ole Bonde: Communication in music listening practices: Who communicates when, with whom and about what?

14.45-15.00        Break

15.00-15.45        Ph.D. Presentation: Simen K. Lagesen

15.45-17.00        GRS candidate meeting

Thursday March 13

09.00-10.30        Keynote 4: Henriette Thune: Communication in music in light of Bakhtin’s aesthetic object: Selected adaptations in Sophie Calle’s Take Care of Yourself

10.30-10.45        Break

10.45-11.30        Key Text Presentation: Randi M. Eidsaa

11.30-12.15        Ph.D. Presentation: Oded Ben-Horin       

12.15-13.15        Lunch

13.15-14.45        Keynote 5: Nils Henrik Asheim: Multimodality as communicative and artistic strategy

13.15-15.15        Førstelektor Candidates: Meeting and presentations

14.45-15.00        Break

15.00-15.45        Ph.D. Presentation: Øystein Kvinge 

16.00-16.30        Film: "Becoming Bodies"

19.00                  Conference Dinner


Friday March 14

09.00-10.30        Keynote 6: Daniel Leech-Wilkinson: The dreadful implications of early recordings

10.30-10.45        Break

10.45-11.30        Ph.D. Presentation: Paul Hession

11.30-12.15        Ph.D. Presentation: Elizabeth Oltedal

12.15-13.15        Lunch

13.15-14.45        Keynote 7: Beatrice Allegranti / Jill Halstead: "Where's the Body?":Entangled communication between music, dance and film

14.45-15.00        Break

15.00-16.00        Closing discussion

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