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Peer-reviewed music resources and streaming media at RUL: Getting Started

A guide to music scholarship and recorded performance access for researchers

Access to Current Trends in Music Scholarship at RUL

The peer-reviewed academic journals listed here are representative of music scholarship which reflects current trends and issues in the disciplines of musicology and music literature, ethnomusicology, music education, music theory and analysis, music performance practice, music librarianship, music therapy and multi-disciplinary studies. 

More Access to Indexed, Peer-Reviewed Academic Music Journals at RUL

Asian Music

Ethnomusicology  

Journal of Popular Music Studies

Journal of Research in Music Education 

Journal of the American Musicological Society  

Journal of the Society for American Music  

Latin American Music Review  

Music and Letters

Music Theory Spectrum  

Musical Quarterly 

Notes: Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association 

Postmodern Culture  

 

Articles published in the music journals above are commonly indexed in databases JSTOR and Project Muse, but may be discoverable in other databases which are accessible via RUL;  full text articles may be accessible online. 

JSTOR 

Project Muse  

Oxford University Press Journals

Cambridge University Press Journals

ProQuest

EBSCOhost 

SAGE

Periodicals Archive Online 

University of California Press 

Streaming Media Resources at RUL

Music Subject Liaison, John Cotton Dana Library, Rutgers-Newark

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Angela Lawrence
Contact:
Dana Library, 4th Floor
185 University Avenue
Newark, NJ 07102
(973) 353-3797
Subjects: Music
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