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CALL FOR PAPERS special issue (Ancient Greece & Speech)
TOWARDS THE SOUND(S) OF SPEECH IN ANCIENT GREECE: METHODS, DATA & APPROACHESDeadline: 31/5/2022
The forthcoming special issue of Epistēmēs Metron Logos will be dedicated to the study of the sounds of language in ancient Greece (ca. 1200 B.C. ‒ ca. A.D. 500), in all its aspects: pronunciation and enunciation, phonetics and phonology, prosody and duration, pitch and accents, musical aspects, intonation, orality and the representation of sounds in script. Emphasis will be given to questions of methodology and epistemology, such as research tools, theories, and experimental techniques for the reconstruction and analysis of Greek pronunciation in antiquity; the history of scholarship on the sound of Greek; different tendencies and schools of research and their approaches; and the practical use of methods and theories to elucidate particular questions posed by empirical data, or to fill the gaps left by the lack of materials. Papers which combine theoretical background with the examination of case studies will be most welcome. (...)
NEW deadline for special issue! 31-3-2021
The new method of Byzantine Music years after Two Centuries:
Underlying Problems & Emerging Solutions.
NEW Deadline due to COVID-19: 31/3/2021
Call for Papers, issue 6, July 2021
2020-11-17Deadline: 15/5/2021Please send papers to Dr. Konstantinos Papageorgioucconstantinoss@gmail.comOR via online submission system
Call for Papers, Special Issue March 2021 Byzantine Music
2020-05-24To mark the bicentenary of the first published guide to the ‘New Method’ of Byzantine music – the Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Ecclesiastical Music by Chrysanthos of Madytos (Paris, 1821) – the epistemological journal Epistēmēs Metron Logos invites submissions for a special issue examining the musical substance and legacy of the reform, including new perspectives for future endeavours in its methodology and in the wider spirit of its theoretical directions.