Colloquium: Streaming Music Scholarship
An opportunity to share knowledge and build community amidst crisis

Are you a music scholar (broadly considered, including musicology, ethnomusicology, music theory, and related fields) who was planning to give a paper at a conference this spring that has been canceled?

Would you like to livestream your presentation online in the coming weeks?

If so, please fill out this form!

Please note that if you choose to participate, you will be sharing your research with a potentially broader (or, at least, different) audience than a typical conference; if you have an in-progress project or sensitive materials then this may not be an ideal format. Totally up to you!


This project was created by Will Robin & Paula Harper
Name (as you'd like to be called)
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Email address for contact
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At what conference were you originally planning to present?
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What is the title of your paper?
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Is your paper a conventional 20-minute paper, or another format?
If another format, please explain
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Are you comfortable using Zoom to livestream your talk and slides? (You will *hopefully* not need to have Zoom installed, just be able to access it via a browser link we will provide.)
Would you like your talk to be advertised on social media? If so, what is your Twitter handle?
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We tentatively will be hosting 30-minute sessions on weekdays at 4pm EST. Would this timeframe work for you to present?
Would you be interested in assisting in organizing these colloquia behind-the-scenes in the future?
What other questions or concerns do you have? (Don't hesitate to reach out to Will or Paula if you have any issues; wrobin@umd.edu, pch9857@gmail.com)
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