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<em>Labour, Livelihood & Culture</em> conference
Friday 24 May 2013, Senate House, London

Registration now open for Labour, Livelihood & Culture:

Crafts and Music in the Middle East, South and Central Asia

Conference: Friday 24 May 2013, Chancellor Hall, Senate House, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU

Organised by The Middle East, South and Central Asia Forum (MESCAF), Institute of Musical Research (IMR), School of Advanced Studies, University of London & Art and Design Research Institute (ADRI), Middlesex University London, British Forum of Ethnomusicology (BFE).

Convenors: Anna Morcom, Royal Holloway, University of London, Neelam Raina, Middlesex University, London

This conference explores arts, crafts, music and dance of the Middle East, South and Central Asia through a focus on labour and livelihood. This focus aims to bring to light little-researched angles of social and political economies of culture, and ways in which they have changed and shifted in different historical eras and different political, economic and social formations.

Registration for the event is £10.00. To register, email: music@sas.ac.uk