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Metal Music Studies

The aims and scope of the journal are as follows:

To provide an intellectual hub for the International Society of Metal Music Studies and a vehicle to promote the development of metal music studies;

To be the focus for research and theory in metal music studies – a multidisciplinary (and interdisciplinary) subject field that engages with a range of parent disciplines, including (but not limited to) sociology, musicology, humanities, cultural studies, geography, philosophy, psychology, history, natural sciences;

Journal of World Popular Music

Journal of World Popular Music is a peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes research and scholarship on recent issues and debates surrounding international popular musics, also known as World Music, Global Pop, World Beat or, more recently, World Music 2.0. The journal provides a forum to explore the manifestations and impacts of post-globalizing trends, processes, and dynamics surrounding these musics today.

Journal of the International Society for Orthodox Church Music

The International Society for Orthodox Church Music (founded 2005) is pleased to announce its new online peer-reviewed journal, the Journal of the International Society for Orthodox Church Music is now available.

Publication will be annual and available as a PDF download here on the ISOCM website. The first edition is available for all to view and access, while access to future editions will require members in the Society.

BPM (British Postgraduate Musicology) Online

British Postgraduate Musicology is an independent peer-reviewed musicological journal run by postgraduates for postgraduates. Under its title it aims to display the quality and diversity of scholarly studies produced primarily (but not exclusively) by postgraduate or recent postdoctoral students of music in the United Kingdom. Contributions are invited on any topic within the spheres of historical, analytical, critical or ethno – musicology. There is a short section for reviews, reports and notices particularly pertinent to postgraduate researchers.

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