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2021第三届中国(南方)与周边国家跨界族群音乐文化国际论坛暨云南—东南亚跨界族群歌舞乐交流工作坊(第一号公告)

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2021第三届中国(南方)与周边国家跨界族群音乐文化

国际论坛暨云南东南亚跨界族群歌舞乐交流工作坊

(第一号公告)

 

一、论坛主办、承办及协办单位

主办:云南艺术学院

承办:民族艺术研究院、音乐学院、舞蹈学院、对外合作交流处

协办:《云南艺术学院学报》

     《民族艺术研究》

广西艺术学院中国-东盟音乐文化交流与研究中心

海南大学海上丝路音乐文化研究中心

策划:南方民族暨跨界族群音乐研究中心

 

二、论坛时间、地点

   时间:20211121日至24

   地点:云南艺术学院呈贡校区(昆明)

 

三、论坛主旨

    21世纪以来,随着中国的日益开放和中国政府“一带一路”倡议的施行,中国与周边国家跨界族群音乐发展变迁与文化认同研究在国内音乐学界日益成为热点。中国与周边跨界族群音乐研究是中国传统音乐与世界音乐研究领域的拓展和延伸,也是中国于新世纪面临“全球化、在地化”经济发展潮流和文化由现代性向后现代性转型时期的现实需要。自2011年在北京中央音乐学院举办首届相关学术论坛开始,中国学者已经在中国与东南亚、东北亚、中亚等周边国家和地区跨界族群音乐研究领域取得了许多重要的学术研究成果。在这样的学术契机下,云南艺术学院民族艺术研究院于2020年成立了“南方民族暨跨界族群音乐研究中心”,依托地理优势和学术资源,本中心正成为兼具中国南方与东南亚、南亚音乐文化交流和学术文化研究以及作为文化智库为政府、学界、民间各界提供音乐艺术信息咨询等职能的专业音乐学术研究机构。

为了更好地探讨与交流社会音乐文化实践活动中所产生的理论问题,开展相关的个案和比较研究,以推动跨界族群音乐文化研究事业的发展,并向外界展示学校办学成果与特色,将由云南艺术学院主办,云南艺术学院民族艺术研究院、音乐学院、舞蹈学院、对外合作交流处和南方民族暨跨界族群音乐研究中心共同承办2021第三届中国(南方)与周边国家跨界族群音乐文化论坛暨云南-东南亚跨界族群歌舞乐交流工作坊。拟于20211121日 — 24日在云南昆明市举行。

 

四、论坛议题

1.“一带一路”语境下中国南方与东南亚、南亚音乐文化比较研究

2.数字化新媒体(或自媒体)与南方跨界族群音乐文化传播

3.新冠疫情影响下的南方跨界族群音乐文化生态研究

4.南方丝绸之路与海上丝绸之路的音乐文化交汇

5.中国南方民族与跨界族群音乐图像学研究

6.中国南方与周边国家跨界族群音乐民族志田野考察个案研究

7.跨界族群音乐民族志的跨学科方法论研究

 

五、参会人员及参会要求

1.参会人员:

本次论坛将聚焦中国(南方)与周边国家跨界族群音乐文化主题,邀请国内外音乐学、人类学等相关领域的专家学者,围绕论坛所列7个议题进行讨论,分享与交流跨界族群音乐文化的研究个案,探讨跨学科视野下跨界族群音乐研究方法论及相关理论。

     2.参会要求:

与会代表可根据上述议题确定发言题目,提交参会论文。论坛将本着以文参会的基本原则,邀请参会人员。

拟参会的各位代表,请于2021815日之前,将参会意向回执和论文题目、摘要务必统一发至本次会议专用邮箱,会议组委会将根据提交论文摘要情况组织专家委员会对此进行审议,并发出正式邀请函,参会者请于2021930日以前提交论文全文。

 

 六、论坛形式

   1.专题发言。

   2.圆桌讨论。

   3.云南东南亚跨界族群歌舞乐交流工作坊

工作坊邀请泰国、缅甸、老挝、中国掸傣族群艺术家参与论坛期间的交流展演,并与音乐学院、舞蹈学院师生进行互动教学。

 

 七、论坛费用

会议除特邀嘉宾外,其他参会人员往返交通费、住宿费自理,餐饮费和资料费由会议承办方负责。会议不收取会务费。

目前,国内外尚处于新冠疫情期间,倘若届时疫情不能得到有效缓解,会议有可能转为线上举办或线上、线下同时进行。如有变动,主办方将根据具体情况提前通知与会者。

 

八、联系方式

联系人电话:黄凌飞    18987161695

苏毅苗    18523850600

冯国蕊    15808877715

会议接收回执和论文专用信箱:academic@ynart.edu.cn

地 址:云南省昆明市呈贡区雨花路1577号云南艺术学院

邮 编:650500

                                     云南艺术学院

 

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3rd Symposium and Workshop of Music & Dance in Cross-Border Ethnic Groups between (South) China and Neighbouring Countries

21st - 24th November (GMT+8) 2021

Hosted by: Yunnan Arts University

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

 

 

 


Dear Colleagues:

During the twenty-first century, with China’s extensive economic opening process and the implementation of The Belt and Road Initiative, the research on music transformation and cultural identity in ethnic groups who live near China’s boundary has become a hotspot for Chinese scholars specializing in music. As an intersection of the fields of Chinese traditional music and world music, this research has implications for China and its neighbouring countries as they trend toward global – or ‘glocal’ – culture as a result of economic development.

The first Symposium of Music in Cross-border Ethnic Groups between China and Neighbouring Countries was held in 2011 at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, and has given rise to many significant achievements in this field. Subsequently, in 2020 the Music Research Center of Ethnic Groups in South China & Cross-Border Ethnic Groups was founded in affiliation with the Ethnic Arts Institute of Yunnan Arts University. By virtue of its geographic location and academic resources, this research center is becoming a professional music organization involved in communication, resource sharing and consultation for cultural exchange between South China and its surrounding countries in Southeast Asia and South Asia.

In order to promote further discussion and communication of theory and questions about music mobility engendered by social practice, and to promote, through the expansion of comparative and case studies, research on music, dance and culture of the cross-border ethnic groups, Yunnan Arts University and its affiliated Music College and Research Center will launch the 3rd Symposium and Workshop on Music & Dance in Cross-Border Ethnic Groups between (South) China and Neighbouring Countries from November 21st to 24th, 2021.

We sincerely welcome contributors from overseas and China to participate in the symposium and visit Kunming city in Yunnan province, China. Authors of high-quality papers are invited to submit their abstracts or full papers to the Program Committee of internationally recognized specialists. For more information on the symposium schedule, themes and submission requirements, please see below

 

SCHEDLE: 21st – 24th November, 2021

Venue: Yunnan Arts University

Address: No.1577 Yuhua Road in Chenggong District, Kunming city, Yunnan Province, P. R. China.

 

THEMES

§ Comparative research on ethnic music in South China, Southeast Asia and South Asia within the context of the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road (The Belt and Road). 

§ Digital media (particularly We Media) and music transmission of cross-border ethnic groups in South China.

§ Ecology of music in cross-border ethnic groups of South China and the impacts of COVID-19.

§ Interflow of regional music between the Southern Silk Road and Maritime Silk Road.

§ The study of music iconography in Southern Ethnic Groups and cross-border ethnic groups of China.

§ Case studies of music ethnography and fieldwork in South China and cross-border ethnic groups of surrounding countries.

§ Interdisciplinary research of methodology in music ethnography of cross-border ethnic groups.

 

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

  Sessions for individual papers

   Roundtables

   Workshop on Music & Dance in YunnanSoutheast Asia Ethnic Groups The organizer will invite the Dai (Thai) ethnic groups of musicians and dancers from Thailand, Myanmar, Laos and China to perform alternately, and have teaching interaction with teachers and students from music college and dance college of Yunnan Arts University.

Language:

Working languages of this symposium are Chinese and English. All the abstracts and full papers should be submitted in either Chinese or English.

Abstract:

All abstracts (maximum 300 words) should be sent along with a short biography via email to

Name: Huang Lingfei(18987161695)

Su Yimiao(18523850600)

Feng Guorui(15808877715)

Email: academic@ynart.edu.cn

Please send your abstract by 15th August 2021 (GMT+8)

All abstracts should be submitted in either Chinese or English for review and selection purposes.

Acceptance of abstracts will be announced no later than 30th August 2021, and formal invitation letters will be sent accordingly. Accepted authors should submit full papers by 30th September 2021.

 

PLEASE NOTE:

1) No registration fee is required for this symposium.

2) The symposium organizer will provide meals and local transportation fee for presenters during the sessions, accommodation and traveling costs are excluded.

 3) Due to the COVID-19 policy in China and globally, online sessions will possibly be held in addition to the on-site symposium. The organization will provide further announcement according the evolving circumstances.   

 

 

 

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