Sunday, October 23, 2022
RILM will participate in SEATRiP’s 2022–2023 mentorship workshop, Demystifying Academia: Towards a Sustainable Mentorship Collective in Southeast Asian Studies, a hybrid gathering held at the University of California, Riverside on Friday, 4, November 2022.
At 10:00am-1:00pm PT/1:00-4:00pm EDT, RILM Associate Editor Russell Skelchy will serve as a panelist for the day’s first session, “Thinking in and beyond the academy: A roundtable on diverse career options”. Russ will discuss his work at RILM in the context of career opportunities available to postdoctoral scholars that cross the academic/non-academic binary. Zoom: shorturl.at/blZ38 (ID: 979 4008 7797; Password: 333700).
Tuesday, October 11, 2022
On Wednesday 12 October, from 10:00–11:00am Beijing time—Tuesday, 11 October, 10:00–11:00pm EDT—Editor Mu Qian and Executive Editor Zdravko Blažeković will host the webinar Bridging China and International Music Scholarship: RILM’s Mission, Resources, and Search Methods.
This online gathering focuses on how RILM provides access to international music research materials and a platform to learn about foreign academic journals, while also making the academic works of Chinese scholars available to the global community through its abstracting and indexing practices. In addition, Qian and Zdravko will discuss how RILM’s accumulated experience in writing standards, English translation of Chinese terms, and database editing helps Chinese academics to connect with the international community.
Wednesday, October 05, 2022
RILM will participate in the Biennial Baltic Musicological Conference, Music and Visual Culture: Score, Stage, and Screen in Vilnius, Lithuania, 6–8 October 2022.
On Wednesday, 5 October, at 2pm EET/7am EDT, Executive Editor Zdravko Blažeković will lead a pre-conference workshop introducing RILM and providing support on abstract writing. Directly following, at 6pm EET/11am EDT, he will be a discussant in the pre-conference discussion-roundtable Music and Musicology in the Time of Historical Turns, in addition to presenting his own research on Wednesday morning.