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  • ISSN: 1472-3808 (Print), 2167-4027 (Online)
  • Editors: Eva Moreda Rodriguez University of Glasgow, UK, Florian Scheding University of Bristol, UK, and Amanda Hsieh Durham University, UK
  • Editorial board
The Research Chronicle’s aim is to publish submissions from all areas of music research that make extensive use of primary sources such as recordings, digital-borne files, results of ethnographic work, and/or archival materials. The journal is published online, and the editors will consider submissions of any length (with a recommended length of up to 15,000 words), including short essays, position papers, forums and roundtables, and material in non-written formats such as video and audio. Submissions that make use of extensive apparatus such as indexes, catalogues, inventories and calendars are also welcome and can be in addition to the recommended article length. All articles published in the Research Chronicle undergo rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and refereeing by at least two anonymous referees.

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