Music and the Moving Image
Announcement: Music and the Moving Image is now available in print format. Rates for print-only, electronic-only, and print + electronic subscription formats are listed below.
The purpose of Music and the Moving Image is to explore the relationship between music and the entire universe of moving images (film, television, music videos, computer games, performance art, and web-based media) through articles, reviews and interviews.
We are pleased to welcome Robynn J. Stilwell as co-editor of the journal Music and the Moving Image in 2020.
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Non-U.S. Postage: Canada/Mexico, $10.00; Other Non-U.S. locations, $25.00
Single issues: $25.00
Online access is provided via the JSTOR Current Scholarship Program.
Issued three times per year (SPRING, SUMMER, & FALL)
Music and the Moving Image is indexed in Academic OneFile; Advanced Placement Fine Arts and Music; Anthropological Index Online; Art & Architecture Complete; Art & Architecture Index; Art & Architecture Source; Art Abstracts (H.W. Wilson); Art Index (H.W. Wilson); Arts Premium Collection; Biography Index; Past and Present (H.W. Wilson); Expanded Academic ASAP; Film & Television Literature Index with Full Text; Film & Television Literature Index; Fine Arts and Music Collection; InfoTrac Custom; MLA International Bibliography; Music & Performing Arts Collection; Music Index; Music Periodicals Database; OmniFile Full Text Mega (H.W. Wilson); OmniFile Full Text Select (H.W. Wilson); RILM Abstracts of Music Literature (Repertoire International de Litterature Musicale); and TOC Premier
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|Half Page||$125||4.375" x 3.625"|
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|Summer||May 4||May 14|
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Jazz and Blues in American Film, 1927-63
Sports in American Film
Matthew C. Ehrlich
Edited by Michael Clarke
The Transnational Popular Culture of Hong Kong
Edited by Jean Petrolle and Virginia Wright Wexman
Edited by Gillian B. Anderson & Ronald H. Sadoff
Female Voice and Paradox in Film