Following the call for applications for the 2018 BFE Fieldwork Grant Awards scheme, the BFE is delighted to announce that a total of four fieldwork grants have been awarded for 2018. Once again, the standard of applications was extremely high.
Following last year's call for applications to the BFE Fieldwork Grant Awards scheme, we are delighted to announce that a total of four fieldwork grants have been awarded for 2018. Once again, the standard of applications was extremely high.
As an official nominating body, the BFE proposed candidates to the panels for the REF 2021 at the end of 2017, and the panel appointments have now been announced.
Deadline for Nominations: Friday 16 March 2018
Dear BFE members,
Sydney-based ethnomusicologist and BFE member Dr Muriel E. Swijghuisen Reigersberg has co-edited a volume entitled Making Congregational Music Local in Christian Communities Worldwide, which is due to be released by Routledge on 9th March 2018. Congratulations Muriel!
The BFE is a nominating body for the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021 and it is important for us to nominate ethnomusicologists to be panel members for REF 2021.
BFE member Matthew Machin-Autenrieth, currently a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge has been awarded a European Research Council Starting Grant.
21st October 2017, Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge
The British Forum for Ethnomusicology invites submissions for the BFE Book Prize to recognize outstanding scholarship in ethnomusicology written in English. Both monographs and edited volumes published in 2016 or 2017 will be eligible for the 2018 prize.
The BFE Student Prize for 2017 recognises an outstanding paper presented by a student at this year’s BFE Annual Conference, hosted by the University of Sheffield (20-23 April 2017).