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The International Journal of Music Education is the official journal of the International Society for Music Education, and therefore the prime vehicle for dialogue and exchange between music educators in nearly 80 countries represented in every continent within the ISME organization and more generally within the discipline of music education. The editorial boards of the IJME represent the most prominent scholars and practitioners from around the world and the journal is the only scholarly publication representing the best practices and research with a world-wide scope. The four issues of IJME per year focus individually on documenting scholarly research, and innovative practices in teaching and learning. Included also is a special showcase issue targeted at timely topics and issues of relevance to the world of music education. The uniqueness of the journal is that it covers the full range of topics and methodologies relevant to music education theory and practice as well as important issues that are currently being addressed within the profession. From 2004 IJME is being published by Sage Publications.

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ISME Individual Members are entitled to heavily discounted subscriptions to IJME!

ISME Individual Members will receive four copies per year of the IJME as part of their membership subscriptions.

Non-ISME members and Institutions can subscribe to IJME directly though SAGE Publications.

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visit IJME at SAGEResearch (February and August ): Research issues comprise scholarly reports that enhance knowledge regarding the teaching and learning of music with a special interest toward an international constituency and of interest and relevance to the international community.

Practice (May and November): Practice issues publish articles relevant to advancing the practice of music teaching and learning at all age levels with issues of direct concern to the classroom or studio, in school and out, private and group instruction.

Co-Editors (Research)

  • Ruth Brittin
    University of the Pacific
  • Beatriz Ilari
    University of Southern California, USA

Co-Editors (Practice)

  • Scott Harrison
    Griffith University
  • Bo Wah Leung
    The Hong Kong Institute of Education

International Editorial Board Research

  • Anna Rita Addessi
    University of Bologna, Italy
  • Regina Antunes
    Universidade Federal Do Rio Grande Do Sul, Brazil
  • Jose Luis Arostegui
    University of Granada, Spain
  • Julie Ballantyne
    University of Southern Queensland, Australia
  • Pamela Burnard
    University of Cambridge, UK
  • Natassa Economidou Stavrou
    University of Nicosia, Cyprus
  • David Forrest
    RMIT University, Victoria, Australia
  • John M. Geringer
    Florida State University, USA
  • Ruth Hewston
    University of Warwick, UK
  • Sidsel Karlsen
    Hedmark University College, Norway
  • Eleni Lapidaki
    Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
  • Raymond A.R. MacDonald
    School of Music, University of Edinburgh, UK
  • Clifford Madsen
    Florida State University, USA
  • Kathryn Marsh
    University of Sydney, Australia
  • Nigel A. Marshall
    University of Roehampton
  • Teresa Mateiro
    Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina, Brazil and Örebro University, Sweden
  • Oscar Odena
    University of Glasgow, UK
  • Rose Omolo-Ongati
    Maseno University
  • Jane Southcott
    Monash University, Australia
  • Lelouda Stamou
    University of Macedonia,Thessaloniki, Greece
  • Terese Volk
    Wayne State University, USA
  • Peter R. Webster
    University of Southern California
  • Heidi Westerlund
    Sibelius Academy, Finland
  • Lindsey Williams
    University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA
  • Sheila Woodward
    University of Southern California, USA

International Editorial Board Practice

  • Brydie Bartleet
    Griffith University, Australia
  • Dawn Bennett
    Curtin University of Technology
  • Bryan Burton
    West Chester University, USA
  • Tim Cain
    Edge Hill University
  • Smaragda Chrysostomou
    National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
  • Andrea Creech
    University of London
  • Marc Duby
    University of South Africa, South Africa
  • Patrick Freer
    Georgia State University, USA
  • Andrea Giraldez
    University of Valladolid, Spain
  • Claudia Gluschankof
    Levinsky College Of Education
  • Scott Harrison
    Griffith University, Australia
  • Chen Hsiao-Shien Jessie
    National Taichung University of Education, Taiwan
  • Dawn Joseph
    Deakin University, Australia
  • Marja-Leena Juntunen
    University of Oulu, Finland
  • Mary Kennedy
    University of Victoria
  • Jodi Kerchner
    University of Oberlin
  • Carolynn A. Lindeman
    San Francisco State University, USA
  • Cédricia Maugars
    Independent Music Education Researcher, Paris, France
  • Kimberly McCord
    Illinois State University
  • Christian Onyeji
  • Inok Paek
    Independent Researcher & Performer, Korea/UK
  • Ann Power
    University of Western Sydney, Australia
  • Valerie Ross
    Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
  • Alex Ruthmann
    University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA
  • Kari Veblen
    University of Western Ontario
  • Amanda Watson
    The Eftel Group, Australia
  • Rita Yip
    Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong