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Leslie Andersen <[log in to unmask]>
Sat, 11 May 2002 10:24:47 -0700
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THE JOURNAL OF FILM MUSIC provides an interdisciplinary forum for
scholars in music, film, and other disciplines who share a common
interest in this vital new area of scholarly inquiry.  Though now
represented in mainstream journals in music, film, the media, and
mass communication, scholarly writing on film music is currently
dispersed across many publications throughout the world.  By
providing a scholarly journal devoted to the subject, the
interdisciplinary work of film music studies can flourish.
Contributions encompassing all aspects of film music history,
analysis, theory, and criticism are welcome.

Contributor Information
Please forward five copies of original material to:  William H.
Rosar, Editor.  THE JOURNAL OF FILM MUSIC, The International Film
Music Society, 112 Harvard Avenue, #223, Claremont, CA  91711.
Editorial inquiries should be sent to the Editor at that address
or via email to: <[log in to unmask]> or <[log in to unmask]>.

JFM follows a policy of blind peer review.  To facilitate
anonymous review, only the article title should appear on the
title page.  Please submit a separate title page with authors’
name and affiliation, mailing address, phone/fax number, email
address and any acknowledgements or credits.  The author should
make every effort to see that the manuscript itself contains no
clues as to their identities.

Articles, including endnotes, must be double-spaced on one side
only of 8½ x 11 heavy bond paper.  Please leave a 1” margin on
all sides.  A disk file in a commonly used word processing
program, preferably Microsoft Word, should also be submitted.
For matters of style, please follow the latest edition of The
Chicago Manual of Style.

Musical examples, photographs or figures should be submitted on
separate sheets of paper with notes in the text as to approximate
placement of each example.  On disk, examples must be either .EPS
or .TIFF files with minimum 300 dpi.  All examples must have
permissions secured by the author.

Manuscripts that are currently under consideration by another
journal, or that have been published previously, in whole or in
part, may not be submitted.  Authors will be requested to sign a
transfer of copyright to the International Film Music Society so
that authors and publishers may be protected from misuse of
copyrighted material.

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