–Brana Mijatovic, “‘Throwing Stones at the System’: Rock Music in Serbia during the 1990s”
–Damien Sagrillo, translated by Lee Rothfarb, “The Notion of Humankind According to the Music-pedagogical Conception of Former Socialist States, Exemplified in the Former German Democratic Republic”
–Dard Neuman, “Music & Politics in the Classroom: Music, Politics and Protest”
–Eunice Schroeder, “Recent Books on Music and Politics”
Music and Politics welcomes submissions of any length that explore the interaction of Music and Politics. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the impact of politics on the lives of musicians, music as a form of political discourse, and the influences of ideology on musical historiography. In addition, we seek articles that examine pedagogical issues and strategies pertaining to the study of Music and Politics in the undergraduate classroom. We also welcome suggestions and/or submissions of articles on Music and Politics that have already been published in another language and that would benefit from dissemination in English translation. Submissions are encouraged from both established scholars and graduate students. Because Music and Politics is an on-line journal, authors are welcome to take advantage of the media capabilities of the web (sound files, hyperlinks, color images, and video).
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