Scholars and teachers of music are invited to submit essays to Open Access Musicology (OAM), a new scholarly and pedagogical resource published digitally by Lever Press.

OAM publishes peer-reviewed, scholarly essays of 3,000-6,000 words primarily intended to serve students and teachers of music history, (ethno)musicology, and music studies. The constantly evolving collection ensures that recent research and scholarship inspires classroom practice, provides diverse and methodologically transparent models for student research, and introduces different modes of inquiry to inspire classroom discussion and varied assignments. Addressing a range of histories, methods, voices, and sounds, OAM embraces changes and tensions in the field to help students understand music scholarship as the product of critical inquiry.
Visit our website to learn more about the submission and review process.

If you have questions, please contact Daniel Barolsky and Louis Epstein, openaccessmusicology -at-, or any member of the editorial board.

Editorial Board

Matthew Balensuela (DePauw University)

Ryan Banagale (Colorado College)

Daniel Barolsky (Editor, Beloit College)

Sara Ceballos (Lawrence University)

Sarah Day-O'Connell (Skidmore College)

Louis Epstein (Associate Editor, St. Olaf College)

Sara Haefeli (Ithaca College)

Eric Hung (Rider University)

Mary Natvig (Bowling Green)

Anna Schultz (Stanford University)

Advisory Board

Jonathan Bellman (University of Northern Colorado)

Mark Burford (Reed College)

Suzanne Cusick (NYU)

Bonnie Gordon (UVa)

Elisabeth LeGuin (UCLA)

Ralph Locke (Eastman)

James Parakilas (Bates College)

Alex Rehding (Harvard University)

Gabriel Solis (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)

Jonathan Sterne (McGill University)

Donna Zuckerberg (Eidolon)


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