We are delighted to announce that a total of four fieldwork grants have been awarded for the 2019 BFE Fieldwork Grant Awards scheme. We offer huge congratulations to Graihagh Cordwell, Alice Rose, Chrysi Kyratsou and Jaana Serres, who are the 2019 grant recipients.
If you are a student or unwaged scholar who has been accepted to present a paper at the BFE's 2019 Annual Conference at the University of Aberdeen, and a member of the BFE, you are eligible for one of a limited number of bursaries to help defray the costs of attending, comprising a subsidy of up
The Royal Musical Association invites expressions of interest from UK universities and conservatoires in hosting the following future conferences:
BFE/RMA Research Students' Conference January 2022
We are thrilled to share the news that this year's winner of the Rob Schultz Junior Scholar Award is BFE Member and previous BFE Fieldwork Award winner Saeid Kord Mafi (SOAS, University of London). Tabrik migam Saeid!
We are pleased to announce the films shortlisted for the first Ethnomusicology Film Award, sponsored by the British Forum for Ethnomusicology, as part of the RAI Film Festival 2019.
Please respond by 1 July 2019
The British Forum for Ethnomusicology (BFE) invites expressions of interest from institutions interested in hosting the BFE Annual and One-Day Conferences in 2020 and 2021.
Annual Conferences 2021
We are delighted to share the news that BFE Member Dr. Moshe Morad and Dr. Amalia Ran’s edited volume “Mazal Tov Amigos!
Following an Open Call for applications, the BFE is delighted to announce that Dr Henry Stobart will become the new co-editor for our flagship academic journal Ethnomusicology Forum
Members of the BFE will be delighted to know that one of our members, Dr Stephen Millar has been showcased on the Leverhulme website for his Early Career Fellowship at Cardiff with Prof.