CFP: Music and the U.S. South
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Posted by: Lorraine Cashman
For more information, read the complete call
for submissions at http://southernspaces.org/content/call-submissions-music-and-us-south
on Southern Spaces, an
interdisciplinary journal about regions, places, and cultures of the U.S. South
and their global connections.
Southern Spaces invites scholars, critics,
writers, artists, and musicians to submit essays, photo essays, music essays,
original documentaries, and digital projects for a new series "Music and
the U.S. South." This series will examine how music and music-making
relate to specific geographies---real or imagined---in or related to the U.S.
South and its regions, or to issues of space and place. The journal welcomes
contributions and projects relating to any time period or musical genre and
from any (inter)disciplinary framework. The journal especially encourages analyses
of musical forms not typically associated with the U.S. South and work that
explores transnational contexts. Where possible, proposed works should include
media---sound, video, maps, images---as well as text.
The series will be edited by Grace Hale, University
of Virginia. The journal will accept completed works as well as proposals. See
submissions guidelines for style and formatting. Please submit proposals
(350--700 words), essays, or projects to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 17, 2014.