Sounding Conflict: From Resistance to Reconciliation
We're pleased to announce, the 'Contested Resonances' two-day conference, will be hosted virtually online by Queen's University Belfast. You are warmly invited to join us.
This interdisciplinary conference will examine conflict and post-conflict contexts through sound in performative practice. Themes include: peace-building efforts by music-based community arts initiatives; sonic-arts and theatrical re-soundings of conflict; creative and musical interventions in conflict and post-conflict societies; sound-based methodologies for exploring the narratives and everyday experiences of people in post-conflict contexts.
Further information is available via the 'Sounding Conflict' Project Web Site:
The conference is organised by Prof. Fiona Magowan, Prof. Pedro Rebelo, Dr. Stefanie Lehner, Dr. Ariana Phillips-Hutton and Christina Captieux, as part of the AHRC/ESRC funded Partnership for Conflict, Crime and Security Research project Sounding Conflict: From Resistance to Reconciliation 2017-2021.
Please download the following documents for more information about the conference:
Contested Resonances Programme TImetable 29 to 30 July 2021
Contested Resonances Conference Programme Booklet 29 to 30th July 2021
For any further details please contact our Project Manager, Christina Captieux - email@example.com.