Voices is an interdisciplinary peer reviewed journal founded in 2001 by Professor Carolyn Kenny and Professor Brynjulf Stige. It is an Open Access peer reviewed journal that invites dialogue and discussion about music, health, and social change. The journal values inclusiveness and socio-cultural awareness and has increasingly nurtured a critical edge that refines the focus on cultural issues and social justice.
Further information at https://voices.no/index.php/voices/index
CALL FOR PAPERS
Medical Ethnomusicology and Music Therapy
Jane Edwards (Ireland/Australia), Gregory Barz (USA), and Busskorn Binson (Thailand)
Medical ethnomusicology is an emerging interdisciplinary area of study. Hailed as “representing a new stage of collaborative discourse among researchers, musicians, and practitioners”; FSU web site http://fla.st/1prUG2O, it refers to knowledge which spans the globe of traditional cultural practices of music, health, and healing. To date little dialogue between music therapy and medical ethnomusicology has occurred. This special issue of Voices presents an opportunity to open further dialogue seeking clarification of the differences and synergies between music therapy and medical ethnomusicology, in order to discover and develop new collaborations and alignments.
Individual authors or collaborating practitioners and scholars who wish to discuss, present, critique, or describe practices in ethnomusicology that relate to health and well-being, or practices in music therapy that align with medical ethnomusicology are invited to submit scholarly papers for consideration in a special issue of the journal to be published in 2015.
Guidelines for Voices submissions can be found athttps://voices.no/index.php/voices/about/submissions#onlineSubmissions
Authors should use the online submission system for the journal located at
When uploading the paper authors should choose the special issue option from the relevant menu. Papers submitted will be sent to the Guest Editors for the special issue for peer review and feedback.
Final date papers for the special issue can be submitted: June 1 2015
Final decision about inclusion in the journal: August 1 2015
Inquiries about this Special Issue can be directed to Jane Edwards email@example.com
Gregory Melchor-Barz, Ph.D.
Alexander Heard Distinguished Service Professor
Associate Professor of Musicology/Ethnomusicology (Blair School of Music)
Associate Professor Music and Religion (Divinity School)
Associate Professor of Anthropology (Anthropology)
Faculty Head of North House, The Ingram Commons
Blair School of Music
2400 Blakemore Avenue
Nashville, TN 37212 USA
telephone: 615-343-5177; fax: 615-343-0324; email: Gregory.Barz@Vanderbilt.edu