SEM-ICTM 2015 Forum
Transforming Ethnomusicological Praxis
through Activism and Community
September 13-16, 2015
Limerick City, Ireland
This first collaboration between the Society for Ethnomusicology and the
International Council for Traditional Music brought some of the
finest thinkers and social activists within the global academy of music
scholars together with public sector actors/advocates/activists who understand
the relevance of sound and movement studies in addressing social, political and
environmental issues of urgent importance.
SEM-ICTM 2015 Forum Program Committee: Samuel Araujo, Gage Averill, Jayson Beaster-Jones, Salwa El Shawan Castelo-Branco (Co-Chair), Beverley Diamond (Co-Chair), Svanibor Pettan, Anne Rasmussen, Tan Sooi Beng.
From the Local Arrangements Committee
SEM President Beverley Diamond Article on SEM-ICTM Forum, SEM Newsletter (Fall 2015)
Participant Jeff Titon Blog on SEM-ICTM Forum, Sustainable Music (October 3, 2015)