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Call for Manuscripts

The University of Rochester Press welcomes manuscripts in its new series, the Eastman/Rochester Studies in Ethnomusicology. We invite submissions of work on all aspects of music in contemporary world cultures. We seek new and original manuscripts, primarily based on the anthropological method of ethnographic fieldwork, that examine intersections between contemporary musical practices of all kinds and their social and cultural contexts.

Although authors working in all areas of ethnomusicology are encouraged to submit their work, we especially seek studies that illuminate the relationship between music, gender and sexuality. Both single and multiple-authored works will be considered. Submissions may also include supplementary materials, such as CDs, DVDs, and web-based materials. An Advisory Board, consisting of scholars from a variety of institutions will oversee the series.

To submit an appropriate project for consideration, please send a formal proposal or prospectus to the Series Editor, Ellen Koskoff. The proposal should include: 1) a brief but detailed synopsis of the work, outlining its intended contribution to the existing literature; 2) an abstract of 300 words or less, summarizing the work’s content; 3) a complete Table of Contents and one or two sample chapters; 4) an updated CV

Series Editor

The University of Rochester Press also publishes the Eastman Studies in Music series under the editorship of Ralph P. Locke. Authors who may be unsure which of the two series might be more appropriate for their manuscript are encouraged to contact Ellen Koskoff (ekoskoff@esm.rochester.edu) and/or Ralph Locke (rlocke@esm.rochester.edu).

Ellen Koskoff
Professor of Ethnomusicology
Eastman School of Music
University of Rochester
26 Gibbs Street, Rochester, NY  14604-2599
ekoskoff@esm.rochester.edu

Advisory Board

Eileen Hayes (University of North Texas), Anne Rassmussen (College of William & Mary), Daniel Sheehy (Smithsonian Folkways), Timothy Taylor (University of California, Los Angeles), Michael Tenzer (University of Vancouver, British Columbia) and Deborah Wong (University of California, Riverside)