Welcome to the website of The 11th International Symposium on the
Philosophy of Music Education in Volos at Thessaly University, Greece
7–10 June 2017 (pre-conference: 5-7 June 2017).
SHORT TALK ON THE TOTAL COLLECTION
From childhood he dreamed of being able to keep with him all the objects in the world lined up on his shelves and bookcases. He denied lack, oblivion or even a likelihood of missing a piece. Order streamed from Noah in blue triangles and as the pure fury of his classifications rose around him, engulfing his life they came to be called waves by others, who drowned, a world of them.
Anne Carson , Short Talks, 1992
Conference venue: Both main conference and pre-conference will be held at Tsalapatas Congress Hall, a renovated industrial complex (formely N. & S. Tsalapatas Rooftile and Brickworks Factory), not far from Volos Coach Station (address: Giannitson 9, Volos 383 34).
Registration is now open. To register please go to: http://ispme2017.uth.gr/registration
Since 1990, the International Society for the Philosophy of Music Education (ISPME) has organised ten international symposia - Bloomington, Indiana, U.S.A. (1990), Toronto, Canada (1994), Los Angeles, U.S.A. (1997), Birmingham, U.K. (2000), Lake Forest, Illinois, U.S.A. (2003), Hamburg, Germany (2005), London, Ontario, Canada (2007), Helsinki, Finland (2010), New York, U.S.A (2013), and Frankfurt, Germany (2015). ISPME Symposium XI is hosted by the Department of Early Childhood Education of Thessaly University, in Volos, a coastal port city situated midway on the Greek mainland, about 330 kilometres north of Athens, Greece. More information about the International Society for Philosophy of Music Education (ISPME) can be found at: http://ispme.net, where one can also find links to previous symposia websites.
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Ink on paper
70 x 50 cm
Donated by Zafos Xagoraris
National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens, http://www.emst.gr/en/
Inv. No. 781/12