Welcome to the University of Illinois Press virtual exhibit for the 2021 American Musicological Society annual meeting. Explore our new books, journals, author interviews, and more. When you buy 3 books, get an issue of Jazz and Culture for free. Use promo code AMS21 to receive 50% off all of our music books on our website November 11-12 & 20-21, 2021.
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Featured Country and Americana
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American Music accepts manuscript submissions electronically through the online manuscript submission system. For submission guidelines, click here.
The Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education provides a forum where contemporary research is made accessible to all with interest in music education. It provides an outlet for scholarly publication and is one of music education’s leading publications.
To view the latest volume of the Bulletin for Research in Music Education, click here.
The Bulletin for Research in Music Education accepts manuscript submissions on an ongoing basis. To set up your personal account and upload your submission, click here.
Jazz and Culture is an annual publication devoted to publishing cutting-edge research on jazz from multiple perspectives. Founded on the principle that both scholars and musicians offer invaluable contributions, it includes articles from academics and master artists in the field.
To read the latest volume of Jazz & Culture, click here.
Jazz & Culture is currently accepting submissions on an ongoing basis. Criteria for article submissions can be found here. (Click on “Submissions”)
Submissions to Music and the Moving Image are accepted on an ongoing basis, electronically as email attachments, or CD-ROMs.
Submission guidelines for Music and the Moving Image can be found at this link.
Upside Podcast with Dr. Frank Gunderson and Dr. Laurie Matheson
We recently spoke to the Editor of Ethnomusicology, Dr. Frank Gunderson, and Director of the University of Illinois Press, Dr. Laurie Matheson. Our discussion covered how the topic of ethnomusicology has changed, what they look for in submissions, and what additions are coming up in the journal.
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More From Our Authors
- “The 1960s Gospel Hit that Defined a Genre and Era” by Robert Marovich in Zocalo Public Square
- Q&A With Tomie Hahn, Author of Arousing Sense
- Listen to an interview with Candace Bailey on the New Books Network
- “Is anything more American than Oklahoma! in Oklahoma?” by Jake Johnson in Zocalo Public Square
- Watch contributor Joe Mullins discussing the influential sites in the story behind Industrial Strength Bluegrass
- Q&A with Kevin Mungons and Douglas Yeo, co-authors of Homer Rodeheaver and the Rise of the Gospel Music Industry
- “Britney Spears’s plight reflects a long history of men controlling women stars” by Sara Lampert in the Washington Post
- Read an excerpt from Bill Monroe: The Life and Music of the Blue Grass Man
- The Story of the Concord Sonata on the Blog
- Q&A With Larry Starr, Author of Listening to Bob Dylan
- Listen to the Americanaland podcast
- Read an interview with the Shayna L. Maskell in Maryland Today
- Read an excerpt from Punks in Peoria on Literary Hub