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Prague 2017


Med-Ren 2017: Prague

03 January 2017
Call for papers

The organisers and the Programme Committee invite proposals for the 2017 Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference, to be held in Prague (Czech Republic), under the auspices of the Minister of Culture of the Czech Republic.

Main areas to be considered:

1) Musical Culture of Central Europe

2) Music and Reformation

As the Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference is a forum for discussion on current research, we welcome proposals on any relevant topic within the given period.

Conference languages:

German, English, French, Italian, Spanish

Possible formats of presentations include, but are not limited to:

The conference will include a dedicated poster session.

Due to organisational reasons, we kindly ask for information about planned group sessions sent per e-mail before January 27, 2017 to Lenka Hlávková,

The e-mail should include:

The application and registration process will proceed through a special on-line application accessible from the end of January. The link will be published at the websites and

Deadline for application and preliminary registration (individual for each participant):

28 February 2017

Deadline for final registration: 28 April 2017

Programme Committee:

Organisers: Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference 2017 is organised by Institute of Musicology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University and Association for Central European Cultural Studies.

The conference will be held under the auspices of:

12 August 2016
Announcement of next conference

MedRen 2017 Prague, Czech Republic Date: 4-8 July 2017 Place: St Agnes Convent, U Milosrdných 17, Praha 1 Organised by: Institute of Musicology, Charles University in Prague and Association for Central European Cultural Studies

Further details to follow shortly

Past Conferences

2016: Sheffield 2015: Brussels | 2014: Birmingham | 2013: Certaldo | 2012: Nottingham | 2011: Barcelona | 2010: London | 2009: Utrecht | 2008: Bangor | 2007: Vienna | 2006: Cambridge | 2005: Tours | 2004: Glasgow | 2003: Jena | 2002: Bristol | 2001: Spoleto | 2000: Oxford

Med-Ren permanent site: Theodor Dumitrescu / CMME