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CfP: Special Edition of Popular Music History

Listening Again to Popular Music as History Editors: Nicholas Gebhardt and Paul Long Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research Birmingham City University Submissions are invited for a special edition of Popular Music History that aims to listen again to popular music as historical source and to (re) consider the relationship of popular music and historical method. Rationale Jeffrey H. …Read more »

CfP: Special Issue of Popular Music: Popular Music and the Anthropocene

Popular Music and the Anthropocene: Call For Articles Special issue of Popular Music https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/popular-music/article/popular-music-and-the-anthropocene-call-for-articles/2B5F3F43E89DE87FB651F483ECBD4658 François Ribac (University of Burgundy/IRCAM-APM) and Paul Harkins (Edinburgh Napier University) Many geologists, climatologists, philosophers, historians, sociologists, activists, and Non-Governmental Organisations believe that our planet has now entered into the anthropocene era (Bonneuil & Fressoz 2013). The common idea is that human activities now have a decisive …Read more »

CfP: Popular Music and Society, Special Issue on Woodstock University

Popular music and Society – Special Issue on Woodstock University Guest-edited by Oliver Lovesey Popular Music and Society invites article proposals for a special issue of Popular Music and Society that examines the idea of Woodstock and related festivals (such as Altamont and the Isle of Wight) and the question of what Woodstock has taught or how it has influenced …Read more »

CfP: Special Issue of Current Musicology

Call for Submissions: Sounding the Break: Music Studies and the Political A Special Issue of Current Musicology, due February 15, 2018 *** THIS IS AN ABBREVIATED CFP. FOR THE FULL VERSION, PLEASE VISIT https://goo.gl/97 2Tiy *** Embracing the current moment of institutional and intellectual self-reflexivity in music studies, Current Musicology invites submissions for a special issue, Sounding the Break: Music Studies and the Political. With this issue, the …Read more »

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