*Deadline (EXTENDED): April 1, 2017*

*Current Musicology* invites submissions of new research in all fields of
musical inquiry. In keeping with a long tradition of
interdisciplinary publication, this may include, but is not limited to,
work in the fields of historical musicology, ethnomusicology, music theory,
popular music studies, media and technology studies, and music education.
The editors especially encourage submissions from graduate students
and other scholars early in their professional careers.

For submission guidelines please see our website:

Specific questions may be directed to the editors: current-musicology -at-

*Current Musicology* is a leading forum for research in all areas of music
scholarship, seeking to reflect the breadth and diversity of approaches and
topics that characterize contemporary music research. CM was founded in
1965 by graduate students at Columbia University as a semiannual review
that would primarily serve the needs of musicologists who are about to
undertake, are presently engaged in, or have recently completed their
graduate studies.


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