Society for Ethnomusicology 63rd Annual Meeting

November 15-18, 2018 – Albuquerque, New Mexico


We’ll be in Albuquerque in spirit only this week, but are pleased to offer a conference discount on new and forthcoming ethnomusicology titles. Browse titles online and enter code 18E4341 at checkout to save 40%.

You may also request an exam copy of our innovative new Latin American music textbook, as well as browse other books for courses.

Of particular note, there are a number of relevant titles available as free digital downloads via Luminos, our open access program. Print editions are also available for purchase (and the conference discount can be applied).

Our new Hip Hop Studies Series publishes critical, accessible books by innovative thinkers exploring Hip Hop’s cultural, musical, social, and political impact around the world—from Los Angeles to London to Lagos and all points beyond and in between. International and interdisciplinary in scope, we welcome authors who seek to engage, challenge, and extend the central theoretical and methodological debates in Hip Hop Studies, research, and scholarship. Like Hip Hop Culture itself, the series advances original, creative, public-facing, social justice-oriented, dope intellectual work.