CERMAA members Rosy and Amine Beyhom were invited to Tunisia for the Journées Musicales de Carthage (JMC) and the Prix International Mahmoud Guettat, from 9th to 16th of April 20017.
Amine Beyhom was member of the jury for the International Prize, and delivered two seminars for the students of the Higher Institute of Music of Tunis (ISMT) entitled “De l’analyse à la compréhension – Une mise en perspective (1)” and “De l’écoute à la compréhension – Une mise en perspective (2)”.
The stay was enriched with the many concerts of the JMC, but mostly with discussions about the future of Arabian musicology.
A new page was added today to the website of CERMAA, entitled “A Charter for the Researcher (or “The Charter”)“.
It is written in the form of a series of questions every researcher should ask himself in the course of (and before or after) his research. It is addressed to the researcher rather than to his institution, because we believe that personal integrity in research is a preliminary condition, not a sequel.
Should every researcher ask himself these question, and try to answer them in the most adequate manner, we believe at CERMAA that the results of the research would be more reliable, and trustworthy.