SAMUS: Call for Papers
SAMUS: South African Music Studies
Submission Deadline: 15 May 2021
SAMUS: South African Music Studies is inviting papers for Vol. 41. The publication date is 16 December 2021. Submission Deadline: 15 May 2021.
SAMUSis a fully refereed and South African Department of Higher Education and Training (DoHET) accredited annual journal that provides stimulating accounts of contemporary research in music, and includes a section containing extended book and album reviews that further current debates. The journal’s vision is to be a leading music journal for the publication of high quality research on music in South Africa and the broader African continent. Its mission is to promote and foster research on music in Africa; to encourage African music researchers by publishing articles on a variety of topics; to promote the transformation of music studies in South Africa by actively encouraging historically disadvantaged researchers who are currently underrepresented in academia to participate in the activities of the journal (including reviews and conference reports); and to maintain a high standard of scholarship and of presentation in all that is published in the journal.
SAMUS is the official journal of the South African Society for Research in Music (SASRIM https://www.sasrim.ac.za/
Interested contributors are strongly encouraged to submit their manuscripts/papers/reviews/