The Finnish Journal of Music Education (FJME) invites proposals for a themed issue: Music Education and Multiculturalism
Associate Professor Sidsel Karlsen and Professor David Hebert
[2012 UPDATE: This issue has been published and is available online:
The purpose of this issue is to offer readers insights into the challenges and opportunities that music educators meet as a consequence of living and working in societies that are becoming increasingly multicultural. Contributions may particularly examine such issues from the perspective of music learners. Articles dealing with music education and multiculturalism in Finnish or Scandinavian perspectives are of particular interest.
We welcome articles representing a variety of approaches and disciplines. Submissions for the publication are requested to be sent to Sidsel Karlsen (email@example.com) by October 1, 2009.
The Editorial Board will consider manuscripts written in the following languages: Finnish, English and Swedish. Articles written in a language other than English must include an English summary of maximum length 200 words. The articles are reviewed by an expert panel. For further instructions, please read the guidelines for contributors (below).
Heidi Westerlund, Professor, Managing Editor
Instructions to Contributors
The Finnish Journal of Music Education publishes articles and reviews on the research and practice of music education. The Editorial Board will consider manuscripts written in the following languages: Finnish, English or Swedish. Articles written in a language other than English must include an English summary of maximum length 200 words. The ethical code of FJME does not allow consideration of any articles already published or submitted for publication in other journals or books. Publishing decisions on manuscripts are made by the Editorial Board of FJME. The articles are blind-reviewed by researchers that have expertise of the topic. Please submit your text to the editor(s) by e-mail as an attachment (rtf). Further information about submitting contributions is available from the Managing Editor.
Postal addresses, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers of the contributors should be enclosed.
The author of an article or review published in FJME will receive two copies of the issue.