Upcoming 5 days
WoNoMute is presenting Angela Brennecke with her seminar: "What’s (in) your Story? Creative Audio & Interactive Media Technologies for Film & Storytelling ".
The Classics seminar welcomes Professor Jan N. Bremmer (University of Groningen) who will speak on "Myth, Ritual and Salvation in Euripides’ Alcestis" on February 26.
Further upcoming events
An intensive PhD-level training course on sound and motion analysis with experts in sound and music computing from the Nordic countries.
We are very excited to launch Associate Professor Catherine Bradley's monograph: Polyphony in Medieval Paris - The Art of Composing with Plainchant.
This is the event for everyone interested in medieval music and music history! The new book Polyphony in Paris, focuses on the history of medieval music in thirteenth-century Paris, the ways in which music was created and the contexts in which it was performed.
Guidelines - monograph or article-based thesis
For those who sign up to present, the deadline for submitting texts is on the same date. Please send your texts to Tina Skouen, who will circulate them among the participants: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: We have a maximum of 4 Presenters for each seminar. Before you sign up, please check the current status and/or who has signed up for what. Usually, we need more people to register as Commentators - please volunteer!