Sonification – contribute to a new themed issue of Organised Sound

Professor Leigh Landy is the Editor of Organised Sound and Director of the Music, Technology and Innovation Research Centre at De Montfort University, Leicester.…


2012 Jerome Roche Prize winner: ‘Bourgeois Opera: Death in Venice and the Aesthetics of Sublimation’

Christopher Chowrimootoo, an Early Career Fellow in Opera Studies at Oxford Brookes University, has been awarded the Royal Musical Association’s Jerome Roche Prize for his article ‘Bourgeois Opera: Death in Venice and the Aesthetics of Sublimation’, published in Cambridge Opera Journal (22/2) last year.…


What is a blog and what does it mean for academia and academic publishing?

Kieran Fenby-Hulse works at the Faculty of Arts at the University of Brighton as a Research Officer. Between 2005 and 2008, he was the editorial assistant for the Cambridge-published journal Eighteenth-Century Music.


Celebrating 30 years of Early Music History

Cambridge Journals celebrated 30 years of Early Music History on 5th July with a drinks reception at the British School at Rome.  It was planned to take place during the quinquennial Congress of the International Musicological Society (IMS), which brings together musicologists from around the world.…


Recruiting a journal editor: an HSS challenge

Some of the most important decisions that a journals publisher has to make involve selecting a new editorial team. This process can take many months, and can require careful analysis of both objective and subjective factors.


Nineteenth-Century Music Review Special Issue – the guest Editor’s perspective

The latest issue of Nineteenth-Century Music Review (NCMR) looks at Theoretical and Critical Contexts in Nineteenth-Century Performance Practice. Guest Editor Mine Doğantan-Dack explains the significance of this special issue and the inspiration behind the cover image.


Highlights from 30 volumes of Early Music History

Early Music History recently published its 30th volume. To mark the occasion, Editor Iain Fenlon reflects on the journal’s beginnings in his anniversary editorial.…


New to British Journal of Music Education: Teacher-Practitioner Contributions

The latest issue of British Journal of Music Education (BJME) introduces a new section dedicated to publishing articles by teachers and practitioners.…