Of course, delegates come to our conferences for the intellectual exchange with other researchers. Since Rhythm Changes hosts the largest jazz conferences in the academic field, there is a lot of inspiring banter. But the second best reason to be part of these events are the totally cool collectible retro bags we hand out to the delegates. Keep an eye out for this year’s design, presented here soon!
We are continuing to redevelop the Rhythm Changes website as a jazz research portal for European jazz researchers. Please bear with us as we populate the site, and sign up or visit us again to see how we are getting on. If you have some material or feature you think we should be including, do get in touch.
On Twitter @rhythmchanges
- RT @george_mckay: CFP for our 5th @rhythmchanges international jazz studies 2017 conference is now online. Theme: #resoundingjazz… https://t.co/FtDA4CHgPq,
- RT @CTackley: CFP: @rhythmchanges Re/Sounding Jazz, Amsterdam, 31 Aug-3 Sept https://t.co/Dv9zqHUhht Deadline 1 March 2017 @royalmusical @AMS_musicology,
- RT @TonyWhyton: @eurojazz50 @rhythmchanges @EdinburghJazz #eurojazz16 https://t.co/oY0phs5eqF,
- RT @festival_impact: Our own @georgemckay_ chairing a panel on networks and scenes in European jazz @eurojazz50 https://t.co/XvK0UBa6vT,
Brought to you by…Rhythm Changes was originally financially supported by the HERA Joint Research Programme which is co-funded by AHRC, AKA, DASTI, ETF, FNR, FWF, HAZU, IRCHSS, MHEST, NWO, RANNIS, RCN, VR and The European Community FP7 2007-2013, under the Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities programme.