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*CFP: Call for submissions: SAMUS Vol. 37*

 *SAMUS: South African Music Studies* invites submissions for publication
in Volume 37 (2017). The journal gives priority to the publication of
research on South African music, but continues to represent the wider field
of research interests in the country and in the rest of Africa. Work is
invited from any of the sub-disciplines in music studies, including
musicology, ethnomusicology, popular music studies, music theory and music
education, as well as research that draws connections between music and
other fields in the arts and humanities. Innovative and alternative modes
of presentation and writing, including artistic responses, are welcomed.

*SAMUS: South African Music Studies* is accredited with the South African
Department of Higher Education and Training and its contents/abstracts are
supplied to databases worldwide. The journal follows a double-blind peer
review system.

Articles for consideration should be sent electronically to the editors via
[log in to unmask] together with contact details (author’s institutional
address, telephone number, and e-mail), a 200-word abstract, a 50-word
biographical note, and the completed Author’s Declaration Form, by *March
31**st**, 2017*. More information, including detailed submission
guidelines, a comprehensive style guide, and the Author’s Declaration Form,
can be obtained by emailing [log in to unmask], or by visiting the SASRIM
website (www.sasrim.ac.za).

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