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Dr Christopher Wiley co-organizes online international conference on music composition and autoethnography

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Dr Christopher Wiley has co-organized, with Dr Iain Findlay-Walsh, a major two-day conference entitled ‘The Autoethnography of Composition and the Composition of Autoethnography’, held on 17–18 June 2020.

Hosted online by the University of Glasgow and the University of Surrey, the event brought together over 250 delegates from across the globe. It featured Professor Peter Gouzouasis as keynote speaker, multiple panel sessions (one of which was chaired by Dr Wiley), and a concluding roundtable discussion (including Dr Wiley as co-chair and speaker).

Click here to download the Conference Programme: Conference brochure PDF

For the video recording of the conference, please contact Dr Wiley directly.

The event followed a previous two-day international conference on music and autoethnography held at the Institute of Musical Research, London in April 2018.

For additional information and the call for papers (now closed): https://goldenpages.jpehs.co.uk/2019/12/09/the-autoethnography-of-composition-and-the-composition-of-autoethnography/

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Dr Christopher Wiley publishes creatively written journal article on autoethnography, autobiography, and arts research

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Dr Christopher Wiley haMDG-Actions published an article in a special issue of Action, Criticism, and Theory in Music Education (the refereed journal of the MayDay Group) on autoethnography and related methodologies, guest-edited by Peter Gouzouasis.

Entitled ‘Autoethnography, Autobiography, and Creative Art as Academic Research in Music Studies: A Fugal Ethnodrama’, the article is written creatively as an imagined dialogue between Dr Wiley and two fictional doctoral students, constructed according to the principles of fugue.

In successive sections, it discusses the application of autoethnography to music studies, the difference between autoethnography and autobiography, and the types of materials that represent valid sources for autoethnography, including creative writing as well as musical works themselves.

Dr Wiley’s article may be read online in HTML format here: http://act.maydaygroup.org/act-18-2-wiley/

It may be downloaded as a PDF here: http://act.maydaygroup.org/articles/Wiley18_2.pdf

The full issue of the journal may be accessed here: http://act.maydaygroup.org/volume-18-issue-2/