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Final Call for Submissions: SEMSN 14.1

Dear Colleagues,
This is the final call for submissions for the Spring/Summer 2018 issue of SEM Student News. This new issue, vol. 14, no. 1, will focus on a theme of Music and Politics with particular attention to music-making as political intervention and discourse. We are seeking article submissions on any topic, but will give preference to those that fit within our theme’s area of discussion. Likewise, we will consider submissions from both students and working scholars alike, and encourage authors to submit pieces in a variety of media.
Submissions may be written, photographic, or multimedia (written with visual, audio, and/or video components). We are currently accepting submissions for the following categories: Original photography related to the issue’s themeStudent submissions (c. 200–250 words) for our “Thoughts from the Field” column [relating students' personal perspectives and experiences in the field to the issue's main theme]Student articles (c. 500–1500 words) [re…

2nd Call for Submissions: SEM Student News Vol 14.1

Dear Colleagues,
This is the second call for submissions for the Spring/Summer 2018 issue of SEM Student News. This new issue, vol. 14, no. 1, will focus on a theme of Music and Politics with particular attention to music-making as political intervention and discourse. We are seeking article submissions on any topic, but will give preference to those that fit within our theme’s area of discussion. Likewise, we will consider submissions from both students and working scholars alike, and encourage authors to submit pieces in a variety of media.
Submissions may be written, photographic, or multimedia (written with visual, audio, and/or video components). We are currently accepting submissions for the following categories:Original photography related to the issue’s themeStudent submissions (c. 200–250 words) for our “Thoughts from the Field” column [relating students' personal perspectives and experiences in the field to the issue's main theme]Student articles (c. 500–1500 words) [r…