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>>>From: "Music, Sound, and the Moving Image" <[log in to unmask]>
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>>>Subject: CFP: Music, Sound, and the Moving Image (8/1/06; journal issue)
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>>>* * *
>>>   CALL FOR ARTICLES
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>*Music, Sound, and the Moving Image* will be the first international
>>>scholarly journal devoted to the study of the interaction between music and
>>>sound with the entirety of moving image media =96 film, television, music
>>>video, advertising, computer games, mixed-media installation, digital art,
>>>live cinema, et alia. To be published by Liverpool University Press and
>>>co-edited by Anahid Kassabian (Liverpool University) and Ian Gardiner
>>>(Goldsmiths College), the journal will be truly interdisciplinary, inviting
>>>contributions across a range of critical methodologies, to include
>>>musicology and music analysis, film studies, popular music studies, cultura=
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>>>theory, aesthetics, semiotics, sociology, marketing, sound studies, and
>>>music psychology. It is hoped that the journal also will provide an
>>>important focus for the similarly diverse and expanding community of media
>>>music scholars.
>>>
>>>The journal will be published twice a year, beginning January 2007, and its
>>>first issues will be open, embracing this diversity of topics and
>>>approaches. As it progresses it is intended that themed issues, under a
>>>guest editor, will alternate with open issues, perhaps encouraging writers
>>>to explore areas under-represented in current literature. The editors
>>>welcome contributions offering the broadest interpretation of the journal's
>>>title, not only seeking to build upon the existing scholarship on film musi=
>>>c
>>>and film sound, but also to challenge its theoretical assumptions, and to
>>>extend its boundaries to include the full variety of moving image media and
>>>traditions.
>>>
>>>We would particularly welcome articles in these areas:
>>>
>>>=B7        Music in Television
>>>
>>>=B7        Computer Games
>>>
>>>=B7        Bollywood and other Asian Cinemas
>>>
>>>=B7        Cross-cultural perspectives
>>>
>>>=B7        Modern Accompaniments to Silent Film
>>>
>>>=B7        Live VJ-ing and Re-soundtracking
>>>
>>>=B7        Genre and the Industry
>>>
>>>=B7        Dubbing and sound mix strategies
>>>
>>>=B7        The Film Musical
>>>
>>>=B7        Gender and Performativity
>>>
>>>=B7        Music and Sound in Early Sound Film
>>>
>>>=B7        Music / Sound Strategies in Avant-Garde Cinema
>>>
>>>=B7        Orchestration / the Role of the Orchestrator
>>>
>>>=B7        Synaesthesia / Visual Music
>>>
>>>=B7        Music, Sound, and Subjectivity
>>>
>>>=B7        Library / Stock Music
>>>
>>>=B7        Soundtrack Fan Cultures
>>>
>>>=B7        Music and Advertising
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>*Submissions* for the inaugural issue should be e-mailed, by *1 August 2006=
>>>*,
>>>as Microsoft Word documents to:
>>>*[log in to unmask]*
>>>
>>>Enquiries or requests for style guidelines should also be directed to this
>>>address.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>--
>>>Music, Sound, and the Moving Image
>>>Liverpool University Press
>>>
>>>Prof. Anahid Kassabian, Ian Gardiner (editors)
>>>Markus Wyrwich (editorial assistant)
>>>
>>>School of Music
>>>University of Liverpool
>>>80 Bedford Street South
>>>Liverpool L69 7WW
>>>+44 0151 794 3098
>>>+44 0151 794 3141 (fax)

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