Call for Papers

Call for Papers – Systematic Musicology (vol. 29, issue June 2019)

For the upcoming issue we welcome submissions on any topic of the systematic musicology and any aspects of the relation between musicology and other disciplines.

These include, but are not limited to: music theory and analysis, music philosophy, composition, music and culture, anthropological approaches; interdisciplinary intersections with sciences such as acoustics, neurosciences, perception, psychoacoustics, empirical research in psychology and sociology, cognitive science, music therapy and medicine.

The Varia section, covering a wider thematic area of musicology, will be included too.

 

Submission Guidelines

The articles can be written in English, French, German, Czech and Slovak (4000–8000 words including footnotes). Submitted papers should be formatted for blind review, omitting any references to the author and his publications. In accepted papers such references can be added later. Papers should include an abstract of up to 100 words and 3-7 keywords, both in English. The submissions should comply with the following guidelines:

http://new.musicologicaolomucensia.upol.cz/call-for-contributors/

 

Deadline: June 15, 2019

Contact: Please send your submissions to martina.stratilkova@upol.cz

 

Martina Stratilková

Editor of the thematic issue on systematic musicology, 29 (2019)

Martina Stratilková is assistant professor at the Faculty of Arts at Palacký University in Olomouc, Czech Republic. Besides musicology, she also has a degree in psychology. She teaches courses on music analysis, music psychology, aesthetics, and music aesthetics. She is mainly engaged in music aesthetics and the philosophy of music, where her favourite issues follow phenomenological impulses in musicology, developed mainly in music aesthetics and music theory. She is further concerned with research in music psychology and with music theory. In addition to various articles, she is the author of a book entitled Vývoj fenomenologického myšlení o hudbě [The Development of Phenomenological Thinking about Music].

 

 

 

 

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