Boek + CD van Lutgard Mutsaers – Roep der Verten. Krontjong van roots naar revival

Met repatrianten uit Indonesië kwam krontjong mee naar Nederland. De levenslijn was doorgesneden. De muziek kwijnde weg. Net op tijd keerde de revivalbeweging het tij. De aanstormende generatie blies de muziek van hun geschiedenis nieuw leven in. Dit is de geschiedenis van die muziek. Tussen roots en revival staan vijf eeuwen, een halve aardbol en tig generaties. Dit verhaal is gebaseerd op de bronnen en de feiten, en zet nieuws en opinie in perspectief. Voor het eerst.
Van de auteur van Rockin’ Ramona (over indorock) en van Haring & Hawaii (over hawaiian) als genres die de Nederlandse muziekwereld blijvend hebben veranderd.
De CD laat in 19 zeldzame tracks de roots horen van daar en toen (1904-1957) en geeft 6 voorbeelden van het beste van de revival van hier en nu (1992-2010). Een van deze zes voorbeelden is Tessa (als tekst voor het eerst gepubliceerd in 1983 in ‘Gideons droom’ van Ernst Jansz en als song in 1999 op de cd ‘De Overkant’).

Meer over ‘Roep der verten’
Kijk hier naar de clip ‘Tessa’ voor ‘Roep der Verten’ (een 2014-opname)

Programma compleet IASPM conferentie: A long way to the top: The production and reception of music in a globalized world

Beste IASPM leden en geïnteresseerden,

Trots presenteren we jullie het programma van de IASPM conferentie:

A long way to the top: The production and reception of music in a globalized world

Het programma-overzicht vinden jullie hier:

http://www.eshcc.eur.nl/english/iaspmconference/conference_program/program_outline/

De sessie-indeling hier:

http://www.eshcc.eur.nl/english/iaspmconference/conference_program/parallel_sessions/

De conferentie omvat maar liefst 4 keynotes, 2 panelsessies (waarvan 1 om het IASPM Benelux Jubileum te vieren!!), en 6 parallelle sessies over een breed scala van onderwerpen (muziekindustrie, carrières in de popmuziek, muziekfestivals, scenes, identiteit etc.).

Mocht je dit geweldige event willen bijwonen, registreer je dan voor 13 oktober via deze link:

http://www.eshcc.eur.nl/english/iaspmconference/practical_information/register/

Je ontvangt dan een mail met betaalinformatie.

De fees vinden jullie hier:

http://www.eshcc.eur.nl/english/iaspmconference/practical_information/conference_fee/

IASPM leden ontvangen een aanzienlijke korting!

Met vriendelijke groet namens de organisatie,

Pauwke

Apply now: IASPM/KVNM Popular Music Thesis Prize 2014 (BA and MA Theses)

The International Association for the Study of Popular Music Benelux, together with the Royal Association for Dutch Music History (KVNM), invites student applicants to apply for the Bachelors and Masters Popular Music Thesis Prize. This prize honors outstanding research by students writing about popular music. The prize is to award the best-researched and best-written BA and MA thesis on some subject related to popular music from a variety of disciplines. The winning thesis will incorporate one or more relevant perspectives from a broad range of academic and professional fields including but not limited to sociology, musicology, media studies, ethnomusicology, cultural studies, journalism, economics and/or history. In general the thesis must highlight the important role that popular music performs within culture and society. Theses will be judged by a well-respected jury of members comprised of Dutch academicians and professionals from the Dutch and/or Flemish music world.

The winning MA student will be asked to present a short lecture on their research during the Eurosonic/Noorderslag conference in Groningen in January 2015.

Guidelines

All materials must be submitted by November 1st, 2014 in pdf form to webmasteriaspmbenelux@gmail.com

Include in your digital application:

  1. BA or MA Thesis including:
    1. Title of thesis
    2. Short abstract (200-300 words)
    3. Full thesis text (please cross out any passages referring to your name or your university name on the thesis to ensure anonymity)
  2. Separate Title Page with:
    1. Student’s name
    2. Student’s institution
    3. Thesis supervisor
    4. Education period (study dates)
    5. Student’s email and address.
  3. A digital copy of the student’s Graduation Certificate.

The thesis must have been completed in academic year of 2013/2014 and should be written in either Dutch or English.

Deadline: November 1st, 2014

Submit pdfs to: webmasteriaspmbenelux@gmail.com

Contact information: for more information contact webmasteriaspmbenelux@gmail.com.

Award: 250 Euros for the Masters Thesis Prize, Official naming of BA and MA prize during Noorderslag

Call for papers – conferentie i.s.m. IASPM Francophone, Luik, 4-6 juni 2015

Beste IASPM leden,

Met trots kondigen we hierbij aan dat we in samenwerking met de Franstalige IASPM branche in juni 2015 een conferentie organiseren aan de Université de Liège (Luik). Hieronder kun je de volledige call for papers vinden.

Op de website van de Franstalige branche is deze CFP ook te vinden als Pdf-bestand, klik hier

Over and Over:
Exploring repetition in popular music

University of Liege, Belgium, 4–6 June 2015

Over and Over: Exploring repetition in popular music aims at identifying and studying the recent aesthetic and analytical developments of musical repetition. From the 32-bar forms of Tin Pan Alley, through the cyclic forms of modal jazz, to the more recent accumulation of digital layers, beats, and breaks in Electronic Dance Music (EDM), repetition as both an aesthetic disposition or formal musicological property stimulated a diversity of genres and techniques. After decades of riffs, loops, vamps, reiterated rhythmic patterns, as well as pervasive harmonic formulae and recurring structural units in standardized song forms, the time has come to give these notions the place they deserve in the study of popular music. Since the 1980s, and following on Richard Middleton’s pioneering work on musematic and discursive repetition or Robert Fink’s Repeating Ourselves, repetition can no longer be conceived as a single, overarching concept. Whether addressed from the angle of musicology, sociology, music technology, economy or cultural studies, the complexity connected to notions of repetition in a variety of musical cultures calls for a reassessment of relevant theoretical frameworks and discursive approaches. Suitable topics include (but are not restricted to) the following:

– Theory of repetition, academic discourses on repetition, historiography
– Music analysis, music theory, musical forms
– History and sociology of technology
– Mass cultural theory
– Psychoanalysis and information theory
– Genre studies
– Loops, samples, riffs and remixes
– DIY culture
– Repetition in experimental, avant-garde and ‘Art’ music (20th & 21st Centuries)
– Reception, discomorphosis
– Sonic ontology of musical repetition
– Repetition in dance and ritual music

Abstracts of no more than 300 words and short biographical notes (of no more than 75 words with affiliation, contact email and five keywords) should be sent in English to christophe.levaux@ulg.ac.be by 18 January 2015.

Papers will be accepted in English, French, and Dutch (whatever the language of their presentation, participants will be asked to provide PowerPoint/KeyNote slides in English). Abstracts will be reviewed and results will be announced in March 2015.

Any enquiries should be sent to christophe.levaux@ulg.ac.be

Organisation Board
Olivier Julien (Paris-Sorbonne University, France)
Christophe Levaux (University of Liege, Belgium)
Kristin McGee (University of Groningen, Netherlands)
Christophe Pirenne (University of Liege, Belgium)
Hillegonda Rietveld (London South Bank University, United Kingdom)
Koos Zwaan (Hogeschool Inholland, Netherlands)

Reminder, this Friday: music matters study day!

This coming Friday May 30th, we invite you to a IASPM Benelux sponsored study day on the theme of the Local and the Global in Cultures of Popular Music. Please register before May 27th to attend this event or email k.a.mcgee@rug.nl<mailto:k.a.mcgee@rug.nl  if you miss this deadline to inquire about late registration.
 
MUSIC MATTERS STUDY DAY, 30th of May 2014: ‘The Local and the Global in Cultures of Popular Music’
The Music Matters Study Day is a one-day conference on the theme of ‘the Local and Global in Cultures of Popular Music‘, which is organised jointly by the IASPM Benelux, KVNM, the Arts, Culture and Media Department of the University of Groningen, Academie Minerva and the Academy for Popculture in Leeuwarden.
 
The presentations and discussions on this event will focus on the ways in which global musical/cultural developments act upon local scenes and music-making practices, and vice versa. The keynote lecture of the day will be held by Dr. Ioannis Tsioulakis and is titled “Local Intimacies and Global Fascinations: Locating Popular Music Practice”. Furthermore, the program will feature presentations and discussions with various scholars focusing on the interplay global and local influences in a variety of musical scenes, a panel discussion with local music industry professionals including Martijn van Sonderden van Noisia, an interactive music workshop with Aroma Jockey Sentman, a concert and a brief award ceremony for the best popular music thesis in the Netherlands.
 
The ticket prizes for attending the study are as follows:
Students: 5 Euros
Non-Students: 10 Euros
Members of IASPM Benelux or KVNM – free
 
To register and for more information please see the Music Matters Study Day website:
Music Matters Study Day – Music Matters<http://www.musicmattersatrug.nl/music-matters-study-day/>

Popular Music Studies in Italy: a petition

Beste leden van IASPM Benelux,

Onderstaand bericht is door Philip Tagg (een van de oprichters van IASPM), verspreid via de internationale mailinglijst. Het is een oproep aan eenieder om een petitie te ondertekenen tegen de marginalisatie van populaire muziekstudies in Italië. Het bestuur van de IASPM Benelux ondersteunt deze petitie en wil alle leden oproepen om hier kennis van te nemen en als je het eens bent met deze standpunten om de petitie te ondertekenen. Een link naar de petitie en een uitleg over het waarom van de petitie is te vinden in het bericht hieronder.

Met vriendelijke groet namens het IASPM Benelux bestuur,

Koos Zwaan
Secretaris IASPM Benelux

 

Popular Music Studies in Italy: a petition
 
The marginalisation of Popular Music Studies is no fun, nor is the way it’s still ridiculed in some circles. I’m used to that. But when our whole area of studies is under attack, things have gone too far.
 
There has for some time been what I can best describe as a campaign to rid Italian universities of popular music studies. I think IASPM members have an interest in putting an end to such destruction. You can read the English or Italian version of a petition to save our subject in Italy by visitingwww.tagg.org/html/Petition1405.html<http://www.tagg.org/html/Petition1405.html>. The petition has already been signed by about 100 individuals from all around the world. The signatories don’t just come from a popular music studies background but from a wide range of disciplines and professions in which popular music is an important element. The petition was sent today to the Italian Ministry of Education and Research, as well as to the Italian media.

At www.tagg.org/html/Petition1405.html<http://www.tagg.org/html/Petition1405.html> you’ll also find more reflections on the necessity of the petition, as well as a link to an online form where you can add your own name to the list. This is a really serious issue affecting popular music in several countries, so please visitwww.tagg.org/html/Petition1405.html<http://www.tagg.org/html/Petition1405.html>, read the petition and, if you agree with it, sign it electronically.
 
One of the nastiest manifestations of the attack is the appalling way in which one of IASPM’s most respected scholars, Franco Fabbri, has been treated. I’ve written more about that atwww.tagg.org/html/Petition1405.html<http://www.tagg.org/html/Petition1405.html>. The efforts of conservative forces in Italian universities to humiliate and marginalise Franco are reason enough on their own to sign the petition because it’s also an attack on each of us who works in popular music studies,
 
Many thanks for giving this critical matter your time and attention,

Philip Tagg
http://www.tagg.org&lt;http://www.tagg.org>
www.youtube.com/user/etymophony<http://www.youtube.com/user/etymophony>
“If you don’t stand for something you’ll fall for anything”
(Gil Scott Heron’s grandma)

“Lyrics and Literature”

“On the 15th of May, SV Fabula Rasa will be organizing an evening on which we will explore the literary field hidden within the world of (popular) music. By means of short lectures given by any who is interested we will shed light on the question about the literariness (or non-literariness?) of the lyrics accompanying musical compositions. What makes a poem a poem and what distinguishes a poem from an ordinary lovesong? Of course this is only the general set-up of the evening: everyone who is interested is free to talk about whatever they want as long as it fits the main topic of “Lyrics and Literature”.

We are currently still looking for anyone who would like to share his/her thoughts with us about any topic imaginable within the field of musical lyrics. This could be an academical exposition on the boundaries of music and poetry but it also possible to just share your thoughts with us on a specific song and its lyrics and tell us what makes this (or doesn’t make this) such a great ‘literary’ text. Anyone with an affection for music and literature is most welcome to join us on the 15th of May, 19:00, in Jazzcafé ‘t Geveltje (Bloemgracht 170)! Just send an e-mail to fabula-rasa@hotmail.com to let us know what you would like to discuss.”

Check also: https://www.facebook.com/events/1420576434873852/1421098608154968/?notif_t=like

Lyrics and Literature

Winnaars IASPM Benelux/KVNM popscriptieprijzen 2013 bekend!

Check here for this announcement in English + the abstract of the winning papers.

De IASPM Benelux/KVNM popscriptieprijs bestuur is trots om de winnaars voor de Bachelor en Master popscriptieprijzen te aankondigen.

De winnaar van de Bachelor popscriptieprijs is geworden

Joost Manger Cats (School of History, Culture and Communication, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam )

Met zijn scriptie:

Copyright Enforcement in Music: A cross-disciplinary analysis of stakeholder positions in the contemporary music industry.

De winnaar van de Master popscriptieprijs is geworden

Albert Meijer (Euroculture, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen)

Met zijn scriptie:

Be My Guest: Nation Branding and national representation in the Eurovision Song Contest.

De jury was erg onder de indruk van de manier waarop in deze twee scripties op geraffineerde wijze de verbinding wordt gelegd tussen verschillende theoretische en disciplinaire perspectieven. Beide  scripties, elk op eigen wijze, getuigen van een uitstekende en overtuigende argumentatie, hebben een zeer prettige schrijfstijl en waren zeer helder gestructureerd. Tot slot vormen beide scripties een innovatieve en heldere bijdrage aan de betreffende onderzoeksvelden.

Ter gelegenheid van de uitreiking van de popscriptieprijs zullen de IASPM Benelux en de KVNM in samenwerking met de afdeling Arts, Culture and Media van de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, de Academie voor Popcultuur (Leeuwarden) en Academie Minerva (Groningen) een studiedag organiseren rondom het thema

The Local and Global in Cultures of Popular Music

http://www.musicmattersatrug.nl/music-matters-study-day/ 

Deze studiedag zal plaatsvinden in het culturele centrum USVA in Groningen op 30 mei 2014. Tijden deze studiedag zal er een paneldiscussie rondom het thema plaatsvinden, is er een een interactieve muziekworkshop en een muziekindustrie paneldiscussie.

Aan het einde van deze studiedag zullen de winnaars van de twee prijzen worden gehuldigd en wordt de winnaar van de Bachelor en Master popscriptieprijs gevraagd om hun scripties toe te lichten in een presentatie. De prijsuitreiking wordt gevolgd door een muzikale borrel. We hopen dat jullie allen aanwezig zullen zijn bij dit evenement.

Met vriendelijke groet,

Kristin McGee

(Voorzitter International Association for the Study of Popular Music Benelux)

The IASPM Benelux/KVNM popular music thesis prize is proud to announce the winners of BA and MA Popular Music Thesis Prize 2014

The IASPM BA Popular Music Thesis Prize is awarded to:

Joost Manger Cats (Erasmus School of History, Culture & Communication, Erasmus University Rotterdam) for his thesis

Copyright Enforcement in Music: a cross-disciplinary analysis of stakeholderpositions in the contemporary music industry.

The IASPM/KVNM MA Popular Music Thesis Prize is awarded to:

Albert Meijer (Euroculture, University of Groningen) for his thesis

Be My Guest: Nation Branding and national representation in the Eurovision Song Contest.

The jury members for this contest were very impressed with how these two theses engaged with a variety of theoretical and disciplinary perspectives. Each one also exhibited excellent and convincing argumentation, displayed a high level of writing and a clear organizational structure. Finally, these theses provided an innovative and clear contribution to the particular field grounding the respective author’s chosen subject.

To honor the winner of these two prizes, on 30 May 2014, IASPM Benelux and KVNM, together with the Department of Arts, Culture and Media at the University of Groningen, the Academie voor Popcultuur (Leeuwarden) and Academieminerva voor Popcultuur (Groningen), will host a one day workshop on the theme of

The Local and Global in Cultures of Popular Music

at the cultural center USVA in Groningen. At the end of this study day, we will announce these winners and ask the Ba and MA winner to provide a brief presentation on their research.  We hope you can all attend this event, which will offer an academic panel on this theme, an interactive music workshop, a music industry panel and the prize award ceremony and presentation, followed by a musical ‘borrel’.

For more details on this study day please see the Music Matters website.

Sincerely,

Kristin McGee

(Chair, International Association for the Study of Popular Music, Benelux)

BA and MA Thesis Abstracts

Copyright Enforcement in Music: a cross-disciplinary analysis of stakeholder positions in the contemporary music industry.

Over the years, copyright’s term, scope and resulting entitlements have evolved to become more all-encompassing with every amendment. The all rights reserved approach, treating all segments of copyright as one package both in law and trade, does not resonate with the online opportunities of this day and age. Moreover, though it was intended to secure control over works for creators, copyright has become a corporate instrument. The aim of this thesis is to assess how the music industry is influenced by copyright enforcement, and subsequently, who benefits from that influence. Through a stakeholder analysis it becomes clear that those parties not involved in the fight over market power based on existing copyright currently benefit from the situation. Furthermore, we can conclude that in its current application in music, copyright has the opposite effect of its intention.

Be My Guest: Nation Branding and national representation in the Eurovision Song Contest.

Since its inception in 1956, the Eurovision Song Contest has been a stage for national representation and an opportunity for countries to brand themselves. The 2012 Eurovision Song Contest in Baku, Azerbaijan is a prime example of nation branding, both for the host country as well as the participating countries. Hosting the event affords each country the opportunity to present a specific artistic image as well as a national brand, but other participants are only given a three-minute musical performance for their presentation of a national/cultural image. In this thesis, I highlight the role performed by deeply symbolic national musical performances within highly publicized European contexts to examine how nation-states negotiate the aesthetic, political and mediated format of the Eurovision Song Contest as a means of nation branding. Specifically, I focus on the concept of identity to consider how a popular musical performance can represent national or even European identities in the context of televised song competition. Secondly, I study the translation of national identity into an image that can potentially appeal to all of Europe. Lastly, I study the performance of these nation brands in specific cases during the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest. I contribute to the field of festival and European music cultures via  a variety of multi-faceted analyses and close readings of 2012 national performances, focusing on those from Romania, Russia, Ukraine and Montenegro, which in 2012 were some of the richest performances in terms of musical style, cultural symbolism and national representation. Through these analyses, I conclude that the European Song contest remains one of the most potent, complex and formative stages for contesting, asserting and re-assessing national versus European identities.

Popular Music Position at the University of Groningen

The Department of Arts, Culture and Media Faculty of Arts, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

seeks

Two Assistant Professors (full-time)

  • History and theory of popular music (50%)
  • Theatre and/or performance studies (50%)
  • Artistic entrepreneurship and arts marketing (50%)
  • Arts philosophy, comparative arts and/or media studies (50%)

University of Groningen

The University of Groningen was founded in 1614 and is proud to be amongst the global university elite with a classification in the top 100 of the Shanghai ARWU, the Times Higher Education (THE) and the QS World University ranking lists. The University of Groningen lies in the North of the Netherlands. Ours is a socially active university with researchers and lecturers who are inspired academics. The University offers a wide variety of disciplines and is internationally oriented. The University of Groningen provides a career advisory service for partners of new staff who move to Groningen. We are an equal opportunities employer and because women are still underrepresented in a number of fields, they are particularly encouraged to apply for academic positions.

Faculty of Arts

The Faculty of Arts is a large dynamic faculty in the heart of the city of Groningen. Over 5000 students and 700 members of staff are working at the frontiers of knowledge every day.

With 15 Bachelor’s degree programmes and more than 35 Master’s degree programmes, the faculty focuses on the study of the languages, cultures and history of Europe, the Mediterranean area and the North American continent. Special attention is paid to the language, culture and history of the Netherlands and particularly the Northern Netherlands region. The faculty organises a large number of interdisciplinary programmes. Research at the Faculty of Arts is highly regarded in the various academic fields. The faculty has one local research school, the Groningen Research School for the Study of Humanities. In addition, there are three research institutes within the Faculty of Arts.

Department of Arts, Culture and Media

The department offers a curriculum in three arts disciplines: Theatre Studies, Film Studies, and Music Studies. During their Bachelor’s program, the students specialize in one arts discipline, in combination with a minor in another of these three disciplines or, alternatively, in Literature or Fine Arts. Students also opt for one out of two professional frameworks (‘Arts Management and Marketing’ or ‘Arts Analysis and Criticism’). In the Masters phase, they enhance their arts specialization and framework with four additional courses, an arts internship and Master’s thesis.

The Arts, Culture and Media Department supports research through ICOG (The Groningen Research Institute for the Study of Culture) and also encourages collaboration within the Arts in Society research consortium. Professors are allocated a small annual stipend to attend scholarly conferences. Small short-term grants for devising substantial research projects can also be applied for.

The Positions

History and theory of popular music

Desirable areas of research and expertise include electronic dance music, rock, popular music of the world, or European popular music more generally, but other areas of concentration can be considered as well. The candidate’s work should exhibit an interest in, and familiarity with contemporary theoretical approaches including post-colonial theory, queer theory, music cognition, music and affect, new musicology. It should also exhibit an understanding of new analytical models, which recognize and theorize the values and modes of identification attached to musical genres, practices and interpretive regimes. Research undertaking an engaged commitment to understanding the relations between popular music institutions and communities is welcome, especially in relation to enactments of performed identity including race, ethnicity, nation, gender and sexuality or within musical communities and collective music groups.

Theatre and/or Performance Studies

The department’s theatre studies focus on the social and the cognitive functioning of theatre in society. Our approach is both historical and contemporary, with a focus on the latter. Given the current composition of the team, preference will be given to a candidate with a broad interest in interdisciplinary approaches and methods including new media (and media theory) and/or performance theory in relation to music and theater or musical theatre. The candidate should also have a thorough knowledge of cognitive approaches to theatre and performance and/or theatre education.

Artistic entrepreneurship and arts marketing

We seek a candidate who fosters a broad critical and reflexive insight in the social impact of cultural entrepreneurship, arts marketing and management and/or is interested in exploring how audience experiences are impacted by marketing and management practices. The candidate’s expertise includes the mediating role arts marketing and management play in the functioning of the arts in contemporary society, with a special emphasis on the organization of sustainable artistic structures. The candidate is able to develop an internationally distinguishing profile for the domain of artistic entrepreneurship, including marketing and management. We favor candidates with a focus on new experimental entrepreneurship and marketing who are able to also cover courses in arts management.

Arts philosophy, comparative arts and/or media studies

The candidate’s teaching and research expertise include a selection of the following areas: arts philosophy, theory and analysis of multi-media and new media arts, inter-arts and inter-media relations, from a contemporary and a historical perspective. In arts philosophy, we welcome an interest in artistic cognition (perception and experience), and in theories regarding the ethical, political, social (cohesion- or dissent-fostering) functions of the arts. An interest in the role fulfilled in society – and culture at large – by arts practices, arts mediation and education, would also be welcome, as it strengthens the department’s commitment to critical reflection on the relevance of the Humanities and social sciences.

Requirements

The faculty seeks candidates with relevant teaching experience (the candidate has gained the University Teaching Qualification or is prepared to do so within a year, and/or is can submit teaching evaluations) and a significant international research track record, demonstrated in peer-reviewed or otherwise outstanding publications, grant capture, and conference organization. The candidate’s teaching (60%) and research (40%) should contribute to the department’s multi-disciplinary curriculum. We welcome a colleague who initiates teaching projects across disciplines and beyond the department and faculty, as well as international research and teaching cooperation. Candidates are expected to teach in English, but should learn Dutch within three years in order to be able to contribute to the professional life of the department and to mentor students.

The University of Groningen offers

A salary dependent on qualifications and relevant work experience, with a minimum of € 3,259 (scale 11) gross per month to a maximum of € 5,070 gross per month (salary scale 12 Dutch Universities) for a full-time position, plus an 8% holiday allowance, 8.3% end-of-year bonus and participation in an employee pension scheme. The position is classified as ‘Lecturer 1 or 2’, according to the UFO (University Job Rankings) job profiles. The appointment is at first for one year, with a formal evaluation before the end of the first year. If successfully completed, it leads to a permanent contract. The conditions of employment comply with the Collective Labour Agreement for the University of Groningen (Collective Labour Agreement Dutch Universities 2011-2013, available in English at http://www.vsnu.nl).

Date of entry into employment: August 1, 2014

Information

For more information about these positions, please contact, for Popular Music: dr. K.A. McGee, e-mail: k.a.mcgee@rug.nl; for Arts Marketing and Management: dr. Q.L. van den Hoogen, e-mail: Q.L.van.den.Hoogen@rug.nl; for Theatre Studies: drs. L.D.M.E. van Heteren, e-mail: Lucia.van.Heteren@rug.nl; for Arts Philosophy and Media Studies: prof. dr. E.J. Korthals Altes, e-mail: E.J.Korthals.Altes@rug.nl. If you have any questions about the procedure, please contact the HR advisor, A.C.H. Bulthuis, e-mail: A.C.H.Bulthuis@rug.nl.

How to apply    

Deadline: May 11, 2014

In pdf format, please submit your application letter including your motivation, a  curriculum vitae including list of publications and any available teaching evaluations, no later than May 11, 2014 to Kristin McGee at k.a.mcgee@rug.nl.

Job interviews will be held during the week of May 26-30, 2014