|Date: July 6 – 9, 2006
Venue: University of Durham, UK
Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies and the Centre for Nineteenth-Century Music, Paper or panel proposals are invited on any aspect of creativity in the long
INCS is an association of scholars working in history, gender studies, the arts,
anthropology, science, philosophy, literature and other disciplines devoted to the interdisciplinary exploration of nineteenth-century culture and its relation to our contemporary world.
The conference will aim to continue its broad and inclusive tradition of accepting individual papers and panels from all ranges of scholarly work in the area of the long nineteenth century music. The programme committee encourages
submission within the following areas, although other topics are welcome:
1. Ideology and Culture
2. Gender and Sexuality
3. Texts: Histories, Journalism, Criticism
4. Institutions and Their Impact
5. The Plastic Arts: Design and Dissemination
6. Centre and Periphery: Regional, National and International Identities
7. Teaching and Learning
8. Critical Theory, Analysis and Hermeneutics
9. Performance Practice and Theory
10. Sacred and Profane: Genres, Ideology, Contexts
11. Western Portrayals of the East; Eastern Portrayals of the West
13. Creating Identities
14. Representation and metaphor
15. Imitation and Expression
Sessions at the conference are devoted to discussion following 5-7 minute
presentations. Complete papers are available in advance at the password
protected section of the conference website.
Longer versions of INCS papers are regularly published in the affiliated journal, Nineteenth-Century Contexts.
See Conference website for information regarding individual proposals and sessions and panels. Submit proposals by e-mail to:
Bennett Zon (Bennett.Zon@durham.ac.uk).