Music in Society & Culture

This series brings history and musicology together in ways that will embed social and cultural questions into the very fabric of music-history writing. Music in Society and Culture approaches music not as a discipline, but as a subject that can be discussed in myriad ways. Those ways are cross-disciplinary, requiring a mastery of more than one mode of enquiry. This series therefore invites research on art and popular music in the Western tradition and in cross-cultural encounters involving Western music, from the early modern period to the twenty-first century. Books in the series will demonstrate how music operates within a particular historical, social, political or institutional context; how and why society and its constituent groups choose their music; how historical, cultural and musical change interrelate; and how, for whom, and why music's value undergoes critical reassessment.

Series Editors

Professor Vanessa Agnew
Germanic Languages and Literatures
Modern Languages Building
812 E. Washington St., 3106 MLB
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1275

Professor Katharine Ellis
Department of Music
Royal Halloway
University of London
Egham, Surrey
TW20 0EX, UK

Professor Jonathan Glixon
School of Music
College of Fine Arts, University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY

Professor David Gramit
Department of Music
University of Alberta
3-82 Fine Arts Building
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2C9

Dr Michael Middeke
Editorial Director, Modern History and Music
Boydell & Brewer Ltd
PO Box 9
Suffolk, IP12 3DF

Consulting Editor

Professor Tim Blanning
Consulting Editor
Department of History
Sidney Sussex College
University of Cambridge
Sidney Street
Cambridge, CB2 3HU, UK

See all of our Music in Society and Culture titles.