CfP: Echo: A Music-Centered Journal

Echo: A Music-Centered Journal
Deadline: 1 April 2015

Echo: A Music-Centered Journal announces a call for submissions for publication in our upcoming issue, Volume XIII, Issue 1, to be published in Fall 2015. As always, Echo invites contributions about music and musical experiences from all disciplines. Articles published in Echo may address music and/or sound from any historical, geographic, or cultural moment. In particular, we encourage potential authors to capitalize on Echo’s digital format by incorporating audio files, images, video, and new media in their submissions.

In addition to articles, contributions to Echo’s „Primary Sources“ series are welcomed; we invite submissions of original material useful to scholars that would not normally fall under the heading of article or review, such as interviews, translations, and digital archival projects not available elsewhere. Long-form video (e.g. interviews, lectures, demonstrations) and audio content (e.g. performances, podcasts) are also of interest to us, provided they have not previously been made available through other platforms. If you think your submission may fall into this category, please contact the editors for more information.

Echo: A Music-Centered Journal is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal created and edited by graduate students in the Department of Musicology at the University of California, Los Angeles. Echo’s purpose is to create a forum for discussion about music and culture that includes voices from diverse backgrounds. To that end, we endeavor to make all work accessible to readers without formal musical training; the use of sound and film clips in our journal enables writers to discuss nuances of performance without relying solely on music notation. Articles address music in diverse social contexts, and are not confined to any geographically, historically, or methodologically bounded genre.

Please visit www.echo.ucla.edu/how-to-submit for more information and detailed submission instructions.

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