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Registration Now Open
RHYTHM AS PATTERN AND VARIATION: Political, Social and Artistic Inflections
Goldsmiths (Professor Stuart Hall Building, Rooms LG01 and LG02)
Saturday 23 April 2016, from 9.30am to 6pm
Keynote Speakers: Pascal Michon (Independent, Paris) and Paul Hegarty
Confirmed Speakers: Julian Henriques, Eleni Ikoniadou, Dee Reynolds, Beverly Skeggs, Simon Yuill, Sha Xin Wei, & others.
This conference brings together a variety of approaches to rhythm and its impact on research methodologies in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
The full programme will be circulated shortly to attendees. Attendance at the day is free, and registration is now open: rhythmconference2016.eventbrite.co.uk .
For any further question, please contact rhythmconference2016 or p.crespi .
The event is sponsored by the Topology Research Unit (Goldsmiths) and the Audio Culture Research Unit (Kingston University)