The editorial board of the Society for Textual Scholarship’s peer-reviewed, open access journal Textual Cultures: Texts, Contexts, Interpretations solicits papers for a group of essays on music-related topics to be published in its Fall 2020 issue (vol. 13, no. 2). With this group of essays, the journal seeks to represent a variety of topics related to the production, reproduction, interpretation, and reception of musical texts and archives from a wide range of genres, cultures, and time periods.

Textual Cultures provides an interdisciplinary forum for scholarship dedicated to issues of material cultures, cultural-textual studies, textuality, and editing in all national traditions. The journal invites essays from music scholars around the world in English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian. Potential topics and/or themes could include (but are not limited to):
• Codicological and/or paleographic analysis of music manuscripts
• Sketch studies
• Intertextuality studies
• Challenges in music editing
• Music–text relations in manuscript and print sources
• Musical archives
• Oral performance versus written score
• Music texts in the digital sphere
Interdisciplinary approaches to musical texts and textuality within larger cultural contexts are particularly welcome.

Submissions are subject to the journal’s regular double-blind peer review process, as well as its style and procedural guidelines, outlined here http://textual-cultures.org/56-2/. The extended deadline for essay submissions is May 15, 2020. Submit all essays in English by Microsoft Word email attachment to Marta Werner, Editor-in-Chief, at wernerm -at- dyc.edu. Additional queries regarding this call may be directed to Elizabeth Elmi, musicology representative on the Textual Cultures editorial board, at egelmi -at- indiana.edu.
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