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Journal of Interdisciplinary Music Studies (JIMS)

(apologies for cross-posting)

Dear colleagues,

We are glad to announce the publication of a special volume of JIMS (revised and selected papers of CIM07,Tallinn) with the theme of "singing" :


Below you can find our call for papers.

If you are working with a colleague or graduate student who has a strong background in a contrasting discipline, please consider submitting your work to JIMS!

Yours sincerely,
Ali C. Gedik and Richard Parncutt
Editors, JIMS


The Journal of Interdisciplinary Music Studies (JIMS) is an international peer-reviewed journal. Published twice per year, it aims to establish a broad interdisciplinary platform for music researchers. JIMS especially promotes collaborations between sciences and humanities and between theory and practice, and provocative submissions that stimulate interdisciplinary discussion.

The journal aims:
· to contribute towards an understanding of music in all its manifestations, definitions and contexts · to promote interdisciplinary synergy among humanities, sciences and practically oriented disciplines
· to promote academic quality and the application of research findings

The journal accepts original submissions associated with:
- all subdisciplines or paradigms of musicology, including analytical, applied, comparative, cultural, empirical, ethnological, historical, popular, scientific, systematic and theoretical, and · all musically relevant disciplines, including acoustics, aesthetics, anthropology, archeology, art history and theory, biology, cognitive sciences, composition, computing, cultural studies, economics, education, engineering, ethnology, gender studies, history, linguistics, literary studies, mathematics, medicine, music theory and analysis, neurosciences, perception, performance, philosophy, physiology, popular music, prehistory, psychoacoustics, psychology, religious studies, semiotics, sociology, sport, statistics and therapy.

All submissions must have at least two authors representing contrasting disciplines. Please consult the journal's homepage for detailed submission guidelines and procedures: www.musicstudies.org

JIMS is indexed by:
Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale (RILM)
Direct Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
INTUTE: Arts and Humanities
ZDB OPAC (Zeitschriftendatenbank)

Contact: Ali C. Gedik, administrative editor, a.cenkgedik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx