BFE Fieldwork Grants
The British Forum for Ethnomusicology (BFE) is pleased to announce the launch of a fieldwork grant scheme.
Purpose of the Grants
AT THE ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE
War, Exile and the Music of Afghanistan: The Ethnographer’s Tale
Professor John Baily, Goldsmiths
Tuesday 13 October at 5.30pm
by Keith Howard, ICTM UK Liaison Officer, BFE Committee Member
Last week Rachel Beckles Willson (Royal Holloway) travelled to Calais. The visit was an extension of her work with refugees in London (a non-musical concern); but it connected with her earlier research on musical missions to Palestine, as well as her current research on the oud.
For the second year running, the BFE is delighted to announce joint winners of the prize for the best BFE student paper, which this year were delivered at the BFE/SFE Conference in Paris (2–5 July 2015). From the submissions received, the panel felt that two were particularly deserving winners.
Dear BFE members,
Following the call for nominations for election to the BFE Committee, I would like to update you on the new membership of the Committee.
Dear BFE friends,