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CfP: Strategy Processes and Practices: Dialogues and Intersections

Since Mintzberg and Burgelman started to question the seemingly innocent division between strategy formulation and implementation, many scholars have sought to understand strategy processes and practices in organizations. 186 more words

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Update on In(ter)ventions

Thank you to everyone who has visited the blog and shown such an interest in the upcoming In(ter)ventions workshop: paper proposals are beginning to come in and already the day promises to be full of fascinating insights into weird and wonderful objects! 59 more words

British Museum

CFP: Distributors, Discs and Disciples: Exploring the Home Media Renaissance, 23rd May 2015, University of Worcester, UK

Distributors, Discs and Disciples: Exploring the Home Media Renaissance

23rd May 2015, University of Worcester

Rationale:

Distribution is often been seen as the “invisible link” in the media industry, in terms of facilitating how films, television shows and other texts reach audiences. 542 more words

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Music and Meaning Research Symposium CFP

Title: Music and Meaning Research Symposium

Deadline: 5 January 2015

Dates: 20-21 March 2015

The University of Florida Student Society for Musicology (SSM) will host the Music and Meaning Research Symposium on 20–21 March 2015. 230 more words

Call For Papers

CFP: Audiences and their musics: new approaches

CALL FOR PAPERS

Special issue of Networking Knowledge: Journal of the MeCCSA-PGN

Audiences and their musics: new approaches

There is a certain imbalance in the way we analyse sound, compared to the way we research images. 408 more words

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cool conference in Montreal!

Conveners: 
Jonathan Sterne (McGill University) and Nicholas Mirzoeff (NYU)

Panels:
Surveillance: Caren Kaplan, Karin Bijsterveld
Performance: Daphne Brooks, Amelia Jones
Militancy: Nathalie Casemajor, Ultra-red (Dont Rhine & Robert Sember) 364 more words

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CFP: Popular Music Fandom and the Public Sphere - A One Day Symposium

University of Chester, Friday, 10th April 2015

Keynote speaker: Dr Cornel Sandvoss, University of Surrey

In the mainstream media, postwar popular music fandom has traditionally been associated with collective displays of emotion. 350 more words

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