Call for papers
Call for papers for the SASRIM 18th Annual Conference (2024).
Become a SASRIM member or renew your membership.
Facilitate & Encourage
SASRIM facilitates and encourages dialogue and collaboration between all researchers in music in South Africa.
SASRIM represents the wider field of research interests in the country, including those in the rest of Africa.
Membership for South Africans and African nationals. Members can attend the AGM of the society and exercise their voting rights.
From annual conferences, workshops and more. Events play an integral part of learning about and networking in the field.
Encouraging historically disadvantaged South African researchers who are currently underrepresented in academia to participate in the activities and opportunities.
The annually accredited journal of the Society. SAMUS (South African Music Studies) is the leading music journal for the publication of high quality research on music in South Africa.
Access to useful journals, conference presentations, high quality musical research articles, resources for teachers and students, reading lists, calls for papers, news from music societies and other opportunities.
Reach most South African academic musicians, those who decide what books, CDs, scores, and electronic media will be ordered by South African universities, and some academics overseas.