Saturday, 2 May 2009

CFP: The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology (TAPJA)

I would like to draw your attention to The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology (TAPJA), a journal whose editorial board is based at the Australian National University, and for which I am the multimedia reviews editor. On behalf of the editorial board, I would like to invite article submissions by ethnomusicologists to the journal, and in particular to invite submissions of multimedia material to be reviewed by the journal. The primary requirement is that article submissions, and submissions of material for review, must be related to research in anthropology in the Asia-Pacific region.

TAPJA welcomes article submissions from those working in the field of anthropology broadly speaking, and this includes ethnomusicology. The interest of the journal in music research is evident in the latest issue, edited by myself and Prof. Timothy D. Taylor, which is a special focus issue on contemporary music research in the Asia-Pacific region (TAPJA 10 (2), June 2009).

The multimedia reviews section of the journal was established in 2005, and continues to grow. We invite submissions of material for review, including audio recordings, documentary films, websites, and CD- or DVD-ROMs. So if you have been involved in any productions of such multimedia material and would like to see it reviewed, we would be very pleased to hear from you.

Please forward article submissions and suggested material for review to

With kind regards,

Dr. Kirsty Gillespie
Visiting Fellow
Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies
Coombs Building 9
The Australian National University
ANU ACT 0200

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