Critical Musicology is a static publication and it is not currently accepting submissions.
Critical Musicology, hosted by the School of Music at the University of Leeds, is a fully refereed critical musicology journal appearing exclusively on the Internet. Its purpose is to provide a library of texts which address the wide number of issues that have become part of the field of critical musicology. Given the diverse number of practices within critical musicology, Critical Musicology is designed to encompass a plurality of topics, discourses, and methodologies. Rather than dogmatically adopting a single party line, our purpose here is one of pragmatic, inclusive multiplicity.
critical musicology, n. 1. A form of musicology which applies aspects of Critical Theory as practiced within other humanities disciplines to music. 2. A form of musicology which involves the theoretical critique of previous musicological traditions.
Contents of Critical Musicology
Gammon, Vic, "National Curricula and the Ethnic in Music" - (1998)
Garnett, Liz, "Musical Meaning Revisited: Thoughts on an 'Epic' Critical Musicology" - (1998)
Hawkins, Stan, "`I'll Never Be an Angel': Stories of Deception in Madonna's Music" - (1997)
Moore, Allan F., "Anachronism, Responsibility and Historical Intension" - (1997)
Scott, Derek B., "Orientalism and Musical Style" - (1997)
Sweeney-Turner, Steve, "Pulp Philosophy: Nietzsche and the Transvaluation of the Popular" - (1997)