We thrilled to officially announce the launch of the BFE Podcast Project, which aims at distributing exciting audio publications on ethnomusicological topics.
We are delighted to publish the programme for the forthcoming British Forum for Ethnomusicology Autumn Conference, ‘Ethnomusicology in 2022 and Beyond’.
Registration is now open for the 2022 BFE/RMA Research Students' Conference!
Registration is now open for the British Forum for Ethnomusicology Autumn Conference 2021! This conference will be held online (via Zoom) and registration is free. To register, please see:
As part of Ethnomusicology Forum’s ongoing commitment to bringing underrepresented and marginalised voiced into the pages of the journal, the Co-editors are seeking nominations for a small pool of copyeditors who are willing to assist with the copyediting of innovative pieces of research
Ethnomusicology Forum solicits applications for a new Co-editor for a three-year term starting in January 2022.
The School of Society and Culture at the University of Plymouth is delighted to host the BFE/RMA Research Students’ Conference from 6th to 8th January 2022.
We offer huge congratulations to BFE Member Ross Cole, whose new monograph has just been published!
This year, the BFE will be hosting our own two-day Autumn Conference (12th-13th November 2021, online via Zoom)
The BFE Committee is delighted to announce that Dunya Habash (University of Cambridge) has been awarded the 2021 BFE Student Prize for her paper ‘“Do Like You Did in Aleppo”: Negotiat