are invited to contribute articles to Asian Musicology.
The following are general guidelines for those submitting articles
to be considered for publication in Asian Musicology:
Manuscripts are to be submitted to the editor, who reserves the right to
have them refereed by specialists and to copy-edit them in cooperation with the
author. Only research data not published
elsewhere will be accepted for publication in the journal. An article generally contains between 10 and
24 printed pages, which includes an abstract, pictures/illustrations/musical
examples and captions, footnotes, and bibliography.
submit final manuscripts
by E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The journal publisher has its own formatting template, so manuscripts
should be kept simple: no special fonts (even for titles or headings) and
special markings should only be in italics (for foreign words) and bold print,
are encouraged to submit photographs (black-and-white, or color with good
contrast), slides, diagrams, illustrations, and musical examples. Such illustrative material should be
submitted in camera-ready form with captions and credits provided. Please write the number and caption on the
back of each item.
Footnotes and References
appear at the bottom
of each page.
Do not use full bibliographic references within the text, footnotes, or
captions, but refer simply to the author, year of publication, and when
appropriate, page numbers (e.g. Chun 2002:109).
Complete bibliographical information should be placed separately under
For a journal article:
In Pyong. 2007. “The Magnificent and Grand Beauty in Korean
Traditional Music.” Asian
For a book
Chun, In Pyong. 2001. The New History of Music.
Please provide the full name of the author, and for books, the publisher
and place of publication.
Manuscripts should be delivered to the editor by the following deadlines:
March 15 for the May edition and September 15 for the November edition. Each author receives 5 free copies of the
issue. All authors may also order their
volume and other publications of the Council for Asian Musicology at a 30%
Here is a short checklist when you send your manuscript to us:
in Word format (at least Word 97 or newer) should be made to conform to Asian
Musicology style. The text should include:
a 200-word maximum abstract
footnotes, if necessary
a 70-word maximum author’s biodata
author's e-mail address
2. Photos, slides, diagrams, illustrations, and musical examples,
numbered in order on the back of each item, with captions and credits
(permissions for use should also be obtained, when necessary). The placement of each illustration should be
clearly marked in the text
3. Short biographical information about the author(s)
4. Include contact details (postal address, fax,
The editor of Asian Musicology looks forward to working with you!
Prof. Dr. Chun In Pyong(全仁平)
Olympic Press Apt. 102-304. Songpa Yangjaedaero 1218. SEOUL 138-787,