ReSonare is an online peer-reviewed graduate music journal published by the Department of Music at University of Alberta. This publication strives for an interdisciplinary focus both within the various domains of music study and across other academic fields in the arts, humanities and sciences. We are currently seeking submissions for publication in late 2012 and 2013.
Call for Submissions:
ReSonare is a rolling journal; we publish the material as it is prepared. Our Editorial Board is drawn primarily from music graduate students at the University of Alberta.
We encourage submissions from graduate students, advanced authors and international scholars alike. We welcome responses to previously published articles, research updates from our published authors, as well as reviews. Special inserts and opinion pieces will be considered.
ReSonare aspires to serve as an effective sounding board for all areas of music research, including but not limited to: ethnomusicology, musicology, music theory, composition, performance, philosophy of music, music technology, music pedagogy, music cognition and interdisciplinary studies. Experimental and cross-disciplinary work and research in popular music, electronic music, voice, poetics, dance, theater and visual art are welcomed. Authors, composers, and performers are encouraged to take advantage of the multimedia capabilities of ReSonare in developing creative scholarship.
For general inquiries and questions to the editors please direct emails to
Temporary Journal Suspension
|Due to budgetary constraints ReSonare has been suspended for the immediate future. Our goal is to resume publication in 2014. Thank you for your interest in the Journal. We hope you will stay tuned for your upcoming call for submissions.
Workshop #2: Composers and Composition Submissions
ReSonare is pleased to host a second workshop this term with composition professor Dr. Mark Hannesson. This workshop is for all graduate and upper level undergraduate students interested in the issues of submissions and publications of music composition.
This informal session will be Friday, November 23, 2012 at 12 noon in the Riel House meeting room.
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