Thursday, 16 April 2009

CFP: Music History Pedagogy (New Journal)


Scholarly contributions are invited for a proposed journal focusing on the pedagogy of music history. Possible topics might include (but are not limited to): teaching philosophy, pedagogical theory, study approaches to specific works or topics, the development of specific courses (undergraduate, graduate, or general studies), and reviews of textbooks, teaching ancillaries, and other pedagogical materials. Selected essays will be collected as the inaugural volume of the journal, tentatively titled The Journal of Music History Pedagogy, to be submitted to potential publishers in the Spring of 2010. The first edition of the journal is projected to be published by Fall 2010.

Review of submitted articles will begin on October 1, 2009.

Please provide a cover letter with your name and the article’s title in addition to an anonymous copy of the paper with only the title. The journal will use The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th edition (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2003) as its style guide.

Electronic submission preferred to: balensue at

Printed submissions to:
Dr. Matthew Balensuela
DePauw University School of Music
Green Center for the Performing Arts #1105
605 South College Ave
Greencastle IN 46135

Editorial Board of the proposed journal currently includes:
Dr. Matthew Balensuela, DePauw University
Dr. José Antonio Bowen, Southern Methodist University
Dr. James Briscoe, Butler University
Dr. Jessie Fillerup, University of Mary Washington
Dr. Carol Hess, Michigan State University
Ms. Constance Meyer, University of Maryland
Dr. Mary Natvig, Bowling Green State University
Dr. Patrick Warfield, Georgetown University

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