The Journal of Music, Technology, and Education 10th Anniversary Special Issue
Title: Music, Technology, and Education: Cultural Perspectives
Editor: Dr Andrew King (University of Hull, UK)
Associate Editors: Professor Andrew R Brown (Griffith University; Australia); Dr Evangelos Himonides (UCL; UK); Dr Alex Ruthmann (NYU; USA); and Dr Jonathan Savage (Manchester Met University; UK).
SCIMago Journal Rank Indicator = 0.506 11th (Q1) out of 112 music publications World-wide (source SCImago; 2016)
The reasons for this special issue are to mark the 10th anniversary of the Journal of Music, Technology and Education alongside the Hull UK City of Culture celebrations in 2017. The aim of the issue is to share ideas and discuss research with foci on technology, pedagogy, music, and culture from a ranged of viewpoints. Themes for the papers could include how culture can inform: curricula design; creativity; composition; consumption; interdisciplinary work; performance; philosophical perspectives; production; software; and song writing.
Papers should be between 5-8k words and will need to be submitted before 20 January 2017. Colleagues are welcome to share abstracts with the editor before this date or express a general interest in contributing to this volume.
Full details and guidelines for authors can be found on our publishers website:
Papers and enquiries should be submitted to the editor Dr Andrew King (firstname.lastname@example.org).
In addition to the special issue, The University of Hull will also be hosting a conference between 3–5 April 2017 within the area of Musical Cultures. Keynotes addresses for the conference include: Professor David Huron (Ohio State University, USA), Professor Patricia Shehan-Campbell (University of Washington, USA), Professors Mine Dogantan-Dack (University of Oxford, UK) and Professor Daniel Leech Wilkinson (King's College, London, UK). The submission process for this conference is separate to this call for papers and colleagues should use follow the guidelines on the conference website: