Lecture tour 2024

Austria to Australia without flying 

Richard Parncutt

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Talk options
At each location I can give one or more of the following talks:

Zagreb

Wednesday 15 May, 3 pm -- Trg Republike Hrvatske 12

Psychoacoustic foundations of major-minor tonality
Organized by Prof. Sanja Kiš Žuvela, Academy of Music, University of Zagreb

Belgrade
Friday 17 May, 12:30 pm -- Kralja Milana 50 (hybrid)

Psychoacoustic foundations of major-minor tonality
Organized by Prof. Blanka Bogunovic, Faculty of Music, University of Arts in Belgrade

Friday 17 May, 6 pm -- Kraljice Natalije 45, 4th floor (hybrid)
Modeling future climate mortality
Organized by Dr. Zoran Erić, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade

Sofia
Monday 20 May

Istanbul
Wednesday 22 May, 3 pm (end: 4pm) --
Güney Kampüs, E Blok (Mahir İz Cd. No:23), Room: Sokrates Salonu
Modeling future climate mortality 
Organized by Prof. Çiğdem Yazıcı, Department of Philosophy, Üsküdar University

Izmir
Monday 27 May -- (hybrid)

The fetus/infant and the origins of music, religion, art, language, and consciousness
Organized by Prof. Ali Cenk Gedik, Department of Musicology, Dokuz Eylül University

Ankara
Wednesday 29 May
Psychoacoustic foundations of major-minor tonality
Organized by Ufuk Önen, Dept. of Communication and Design, Bilkent University

Tbilisi
Monday 3 June

Baku
Wednesday 5 June

Aktau
Monday 10 June

Nukus, Urgench, Bukhara, or Samarkand 
Thursday 13 June

Tashkent
Monday 17 June, 5pm

Modeling future climate mortality 
Organized by Annie Liddell, Central Asian Green University

Bishkek
Wednesday 19 June, 3pm
Modeling future climate mortality 
Organized by Victoria Orazova, OSCE Academy

Almaty 
Friday 21 June

Ürümqi
Monday 24 June

Lanzhou
Wednesday 26 June

Kunming
Friday 28 June

Bangkok
Monday 1 July (not confirmed)
Psychoacoustic foundations of major-minor tonality
Organized by Dr. Kyle Fyr, College of Music, Mahidol University

Kuala Lumpur
Thursday 4 July

Singapore

Monday 8 July
Multi-hub academic conference 
Organized by Prof. Denise Dillon, James Cook University

Jakarta
Thursday 11 July --
UPH Building B, Lippo Village
Psychoacoustic foundations of major-minor tonality
Organized by Delicia Mandy Nugroho S.Sn. M.Mus.,
Conservatory of Music, Universitas Pelita Harapan

Yogyakarta
Monday 15 July

Surabaya
Thursday 18 July

Denpasar
Monday 22 July

Biography
Richard Parncutt (born 1957) studied at the University of Melbourne and
the University of New England (Armidale, NSW), graduating with a Bachelor of Science with honours in physics, a Bachelor of Music, and an interdisciplinary PhD in psychology, music and physics. His interdisciplinary research, which spans humanities and sciences, addresses the perception and cognition of musical structure, the origins of behavioral modernity (music, religion, art, language), and the human cost of global warming. A father of two children, he was professor of systematic musicology at the University of Graz, Austria from 1998 to 2023.

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