In honor of this week’s American Musicological Society/Society for Music Theory joint conference in San Antonio, UC Press’s music journals invite you to explore the following content for free for a limited time:

Journal of the American Musicological Society
Special Virtual Issue: Music, Migrations, and Borders
This issue focuses on music, migrations, and borders, inspired in part by the site of this year’s national conference—San Antonio, Texas—and by Gloria Evangelina Anzaldúa’s work on border consciousness, pluralistic identity, and hybrid communities.

Journal of Musicology
Read the Fall 2018 (Vol. 35, No. 4) issue.

Journal of Popular Music Studies
Read the March-June 2018 (Vol. 30, No. 1-2) double issue.
This issue launches both JPMS‘s 30th year of publication and its publishing partnership with UC Press. Issue 30.1-2 serves as a soft relaunch—not a dramatic shift—for JPMS. From a redesigned cover to expanded content, this issue is a reflection of the new kinds of pop music work JPMS wants to champion.

19th-Century Music
Read the current issue (Spring 2018, Vol. 41, No. 3)

 

Music Perception
Special Virtual Issue: Emotion and Music: Relating, Measuring, and Modelling
This virtual issue of MP draws from the journal’s rich vaults eight articles that find and address some of the complex problems about music and emotion.


This post is published as part of our blog series related to the American Musicological Society conference from November 1–4 in San Antonio. #AMSMT18

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