Council for Asian Musicology
Journal of Asian Musicology is the only English written periodical publication from Asia by Council for Asian Musicology which established in Seoul, South Korea. Founder is Chun, In Pyong , musicologist and emeritus professor at Chung Ang University in South Korea.
The objective of the Council for Asian Musicology shall be the advancement of research and study in the field of Asian music, for which purpose, all interested persons, regardless of race, creed, color, or national origin, are encouraged to become members. Its aims include serving the membership and council at large through the dissemination of knowledge concerning the music of the world’s peoples.
Asian Musicology is a refereed journal published twice a year (May 1) by the Council for Asian Musicology. The journal publishes original articles in the field of Asian music, broadly defined. Translations of previously published articles are generally not considered.
Asian Musicology welcomes articles on all aspects of the performing arts of Asia. Manuscript should conform to The Chicago Manual of Style and should be submitted to the editor (copy deadlines: March 15 and September 15). Contributors of essays will receive five free copies of the volume in which their essays appear. Contributors need not be members of the Council.
Asian Musicology functions as a vehicle for the exchange of ideas, news, and information. Inquiries pertaining to advertising in the journal should be directed to the editor of the journal.
President: Chun In Pyong (Emeritus Professor, Choong-ang University)
Headquarters: Seoul, South Korea
Official Website: http://asianmusicology.net