« The collection, co-edited by Samantha Bassler, Katherine Butler, and Katie Bank, will feature 10–15 essays dealing with the state of Byrd studies in the 21st century. We are hoping to attract both established and junior scholars of Byrd’s music and early modern English culture, with topics that engage with the evolution of Byrd research since 1923 and also newer trends in scholarship such as digital musicology and public engagement. Other topics we would like to include:
- Byrd in 1923 vs Byrd in 2023
- Byrd and Historiography
- Performance practice
- New research in Byrd’s religious music
- New research in Byrd’s recreational/domestic music
- Byrd in the contemporary English imagination
- Byrd and Antiquarianism
- Byrd in the Public Eye
- Byrd and Popular Culture
- Byrd in the Digital Age
- Byrd as Interdisciplinary Subject
- Literary Byrd
- Socio-cultural approaches to Byrd and his world »
Les essais doivent compter entre 5000 et 7000 mots environ et doivent être soumis à l’automne 2021 pour une publication en 2023.
Date limite de soumission : 1er mars 2021.
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