The UFRJ Graduate Program in Music and the Editorial Board of the Brazilian Journal of Music announce the call for papers for the thematic dossier Music Education in Post-Modernity: Epistemologies, Practices and Contexts ofits v. 34, n. 1 (2021), coordinated by guest editors Sergio Álvares, permanent professor of the UFRJ Graduate Program in Music and leader of the Music Education, Comprehensive Musicality and Cultural Diversity in Post-Modernity Research Group, and Fábio Adour, permanent professor of the UFRJ Graduate Program in Music. The call for papers of this thematic dossier is addressed to researchers, faculty, and graduate students in Music and related areas, and can be accessed in its entirety on the journal’s OJS platform 🔗.
In addition to the contributions received under its semiannual thematic dossiers, the Brazilian Journal of Music receives and evaluates works submitted for publication in the continuous flow system. According to the journal’s focus and scope, submissions are accepted that contribute to its mission of fostering the production and dissemination of scientific and artistic knowledge in the field of music, in dialogue with related fields, preferably in the fields of historical musicology, ethnomusicology, music education and creative processes (composition, music analysis and performance practices).
Contributions, in the form of complete articles in Portuguese, English or Spanish, must be original and unpublished (versions or extracts of previously published works will not be accepted, including excerpts from dissertations and theses), and conform to the guidelines for authors and conditions for submission 🔗 of the Brazilian Journal of Music, with submission through the journal’s OJS platform 🔗. For information on the editorial policy of the section, see the journal’s editorial policies 🔗.