What's Goin' On

Curated by Rosaleen Rhee

Sounding Board in 2020 / Welcoming Our New Editors

As the managing editor of the Sounding Board, I would like to say: happy new year! We are excited to continue to provide a platform for a variety of voices from throughout the world of ethnomusicology in 2020. Over the last few months, we've gone through a few staff changes, and so the new editorial team is listed below.

Call for Papers: Ethnomusicology Review Volume 23

Ethnomusicology Review is now accepting submissions for Volume 23, scheduled for publication in Fall 2020. Started as Pacific Review of Ethnomusicology (PRE) in 1984, Ethnomusicology Review is an annual peer-reviewed journal managed by UCLA graduate students and a faculty advisory board.

Review | Music Glocalization: Heritage and Innovation in a Digital Age

Music Glocalization: Heritage and Innovation in a Digital Age, edited by David Hebert and Mikolaj Rykowski. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2018, hd, 375 pp. + index. ISBN: 1-5275-0393-3 

Reviewed by Victor Roudometof / University of Cyprus

Documenting a Landmark of L.A. Hip-Hop History: The Roadium Mixtape Documixery

Whether it’s through the media and entertainment industries or academia, Los Angeles hip-hop has been

Call for Papers: Ethnomusicology Review Volume 22

Review | Sounds of Crossing: Music, Migration, and the Aural Poetics of Huapango Arribeño

Sounds of Crossing: Music, Migration, and the Aural Poetics of Huapango Arribeño. By Alex E. Chávez. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2017. [440 pp. ISBN 978-0-8223-7018-5].

Call for Reviewers for Books, Films, & Sound Recordings

Ethnomusicology Review is seeking to expand its circle of reviewers for books, films, and album/sound recordings. We extend an invitation in particular to music scholars and graduate students in Ethnomusicology, Musicology, Sound Studies, Jazz, and Popular Music Studies to submit a book review to our journal.      

Introducing the New 2018 Team

Happy 2018, fellow ethnomusicologists and music scholars!

Review | The Oxford Handbook of Sound Studies

The Oxford Handbook of Sound Studies. Edited by Trevor Pinch and Karin Bijsterveld. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012. [624 pp., illus. ISBN: 978-01-953-8894-7].

Reviewed by Guillaume Heuguet / Université Paris Sorbonne

 

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