*** THE CALL FOR PAPERS IS NOW CLOSED ***
The IAML Congress will take place at the University of Cambridge, UK, from 30 July until 4 August 2023.
Paper proposals are invited on subjects related to music in libraries, archives and documentation centres, including (but not limited to): the impact of Covid-19, music bibliography, cataloguing and classification, music encoding, MIR, digital humanities, copyright, professional training, issues of inclusion and diversity, user and public engagement, musicological research, special collections, performance ephemera, and digital resources, as well as presentations of a more general nature addressing issues of professional concern to the music library and archive community. Proposals that seek to encourage discussion and audience interaction are especially welcome.
Paper presentations usually occupy a 30-minute timeframe and should not exceed 20-25 minutes in duration to allow time for questions and discussion.
Panel proposals are also encouraged and should be submitted via this form.
The deadline for the submission of proposals is Saturday 31 December 2022 (midnight UTC).
The Congress is open to anyone with an interest in the field, regardless of IAML membership status. Submissions will be evaluated by the members of the IAML Forum of Sections. Proposals may be submitted in any of IAML's official languages: English, French, or German.
After successful submission a confirmation message should appear on the screen and you should also receive a confirmation email message.
Applicants will be notified of the results of the selection process by 17 February 2023.
The preliminary programme will be published in March 2023..
Any questions about the Call for Papers should be directed to the IAML Programme Officer, Rupert Ridgewell (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please note that all speakers must be registered as a delegate to participate in the Congress.
Congress website: https://iaml2023.org/
See also: Call for posters – IAML 2023