KISMIF Conference

Lucy O’Brien

  Lucy O’Brien is the author of She Bop: The Definitive History of Women in Popular Music (now in its 3rd edition), Madonna: Like An Icon (translated into 13 languages, with a third edition due […]

Feb, 15 · in Keynote Speakers

Anthony Fung

  Anthony Y.H. Fung is Professor in the School of Journalism and Communication at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is also a Professor in the School of Art and Communication under The Recruitment […]

Feb, 10 · in Keynote Speakers

Rosa Reitsamer

  Rosa Reitsamer, sociologist, Assistant Professor at the Department of Music Sociology at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria. Since more than twenty years, she has been involved in numerous feminist-queer and anti-racist […]

Feb, 08

John Robb

  John Robb was formed by punk and post punk but in his own unique style. He formed acclaimed and influential UK post punk band the Membranes who reformed recently and whose Dark Matter/Dark Energy […]

Feb, 08

Helen Reddington

  Helen Reddington played bass in punk bands in Brighton in the 1970s, before forming the bands The Chefs and later, Helen and the Horns, both of whom recorded several sessions for Radio 1’s John […]

Feb, 08

Michael B. MacDonald

Michael B. MacDonald is a filmmaker, ethnomusicologist, and associate professor of music in the faculty of Fine Arts and Communications at MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.  His research focuses on youth and community studies, […]

Jan, 29

Adriana Amaral

Adriana Amaral has a PhD in Communication Studies from Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS). She is a professor at Communication Studies Post-Graduate Program at Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos […]

Jan, 24

Motti Regev

  Motti Regev is Professor of Sociology at the Open University of Israel. He is a cultural sociologist. He has served on the editorial boards of Journal of World Popular Music, Popular Music, European Journal […]

Jan, 23

Proposals’ submission: step by step

(Before proceeding with the steps described below, please ensure that you read the instructions described here)   To submit your proposal in our website, you have: • First, to create an account in our website. • […]

Oct, 12

Instructions KISMIF Conference 2018

The conference will feature: • Keynote Lectures; • Parallel Sessions; • Creative Workshops; • Creative Performances; • Gigs; • DJ Sets; • Documentaries; • Exhibitions; • Book Launches.   The language of KISMIF Conference and […]

Sep, 19

Themes KISMIF Conference 2018

The conference convenors welcome abstracts pertaining to the following topics, taking into account the KISMIF 2018 themes – gender, differences, identities and its relations with DIY cultures:  The role/importance of gendered spaces/places/territories in underground music […]

Sep, 19

Important Dates KISMIF Conference 2018

We are pleased to announce the fourth KISMIF International Conference ‘Keep It Simple, Make It Fast! Gender, differences, identities and DIY cultures’ (KISMIF Conference 2018) which will take place in Porto, Portugal, between 3 July […]

Sep, 19

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