Call for Papers
“Music in Society”. The Collection of Papers
Issue 12, 2020/2022
Academy of Music, University of Sarajevo
Musicological Society of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
ISSN: 2303-5722 (Print)
ISSN: 2744-1261 (Online)
RILM Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale
EBSCO Music Index with Full Text
“Music in Society”. The Collection of Papers, No. 12 – Call for Papers
Dear Authors/Participants of the 12th International Symposium “Music in Society”,
The Editorial Board of Music in Society The Collection of Papers invites you to submit the paper you presented at the 12th International Symposium "Music in Society", which was organized by the Musicological Society of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Academy of Music of the University of Sarajevo in December 2020.
Submissions for the “Music in Society”. The Collection of Papers are open until October 1, 2021. The issue will be published in 2022.
The papers should be written in the official languages of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnian, Serbian, Croatian) or in English. Since the publication now has a website as well, we kindly ask you to follow the instructions for the preparation and submission of papers presented in the Call for Papers section. Papers are subject to a double-blind review process. The notice of acceptance for papers will be sent by the editorial board to the authors by December 1, 2021.
If you have any questions regarding participation in the “Music in Society”. The Collection of Papers, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or +387 62 971 174.
We look forward to receiving your papers, and send our warm regards from Sarajevo!
The Editorial Board of “Music in Society” The Collection of Papers
Dr. Valida Akšamija Tvrtković
Dr. Amila Ramović
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE AUTHORS
The way in which the text is organised in this document corresponds to the way in which its individual elements will be entered in the OJS form. The text is entered in the order indicated.
First and Last Name of the Author:
Address (for editorial staff use only):
Email (for publication):
Contact phone number (for editorial staff use only):
Title of the Paper:
Abstract (50 max.):
Key Words (3-5):
Main Text (3000-6000 words):
Summary (150 words max):
Short Biography (150 words max):
References (alphabetical list of references, prepared according to the following instructions):
Illustrations: Maximum 2 pages of illustrations (photographs, scores, diagrams etc.), the placing should be indicated in the text; at the end please add a list of illustrations with full captions given separately). Note: the authors undertake the obligation to regulate the copyright for the reproduced materials and confirm this when submitting the works.
Note / Proofreading:
Already copy-edited material will be considered for publication!
- The main text can be in Bosnian/Serbian/Croatian or English (no longer than 20 pages); other elements such as the title, abstract, summary, keywords will be bilingual and translated by the publisher.
- Text Length:
- The maximum length of the text is 6000 words (20 cards), not including the bibliography.
- Document Format:
- Text: .doc, .docx;
- Illustrations: .jpg, .tiff, .eps, .pdf, high resolution files;
- Scores: .pdf or .sib.
- Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt, 1.15 line spacing;
- Text Style: automatic footnotes/endnotes; justified; without any other text formatting such as the manual page numbering, entering headers or footers, automatic hyphenation only, no bold formatting, the only allowed formatting is italic.
- Please use:
- double quotation marks (“…”) for quotations within the text, and single quotation marks within quotation marks (“….‘…. ’…”);
- use a long dash (–), without spaces, between years and the number of pages;
- scale names, notes, etc. state in the following way: C Major, A Minor, etc;
- state the dates as follows: 25 April 1975; 19th century etc.
- state the full name, surname, date of birth and death for each person first mentioned in the paper, e.g. John Cage (1912–1992).
- names of compositions in italics: L. van Beethoven Fidelio.
- Quotes in the text should be translated. If you decide to attach translations from the original language, please place them in endnotes.
Music in Society employs the Chicago Manual of Style: the "author-date" system for citations in the text, and complete references in the list of references.
Example of citing an author's book:
(Grazer and Fishman 2015, 12)
(Smith 2016, 315–16)
In the references list:
Grazer, Brian, and Charles Fishman. 2015. A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life. New York: Simon & Schuster.
Smith, Zadie. 2016. Swing Time. New York: Penguin Press.
When quoting texts in English, the system of maximum capitalization (all main words in capital letters) is applied.
For more information on referencing standards please visit the website Chicago Manual of Style website.
All papers will be peer-reviewed. Music in Society applies the double-blind review procedure.
The paper is to be submitted through the "Music in Society" online platform, via your personal account at www.zbornik.mas.unsa.ba. If you contributed to the 10th or 11th issue of Music in Society, the editorial team will send you personalized data to log into your account in a separate email. Otherwise, please register as a new user on the zbornik.mas.unsa.ba platform, and then start with the submission process.
The deadline for submitting your text via the platform is October 1, 2021.
The 12th issue of the Music in Society. The Collection of Papers will be published in 2022.
For more information please do not hesitate to contact us via email@example.com or +387 62 971 174.
HOW TO REGISTER AN ACCOUNT AND SUBMIT A PAPER?
1) REGISTRATION (Click here to be forwarded to the website)
Authors who contributed to the “Music in Society”. The Collection of Papers Nos. 10 and 11 (2016 and 2018) already have user accounts registered by the website administrator. Access data will subsequently be delivered by private email to their addresses. From that point on, the authors become responsible for their own data.
If you have not participated in previous issues of Music in Society and you do not have a user account, please click on the 'Registration' option in the upper right corner of the website.
Enter all the required information, then click ‘Register’. After receiving the confirmation email, click the provided link to activate your account. If you do not see the confirmation email in your inbox, be sure to check the ‘Spam’ or ‘Updates’ folders.
Once you have activated your account, log in using the information you provided during the registration process. The ‘Login’ button is located in the upper right corner of the website.
2) SUBMIT A PAPER
If you have done all the previous steps correctly, the Submissions Panel will load automatically. To submit your article, please click ‘New Submission’. After selecting the language of the article, select ‘Articles’ in the next section. Fill in the remaining sections at your discretion. Then press ‘Save and Continue’.
After uploading the article, the second step of submission (‘Review details’) will ask you to enter the correct filename, the way you want the editor to see it (we recommend the format: Name, Surname, and Title!). If your article is not bilingual, copy the same (monolingual) title into the required fields.
Once you have finished uploading all the files, click ‘Save and Continue’ and enter the metadata ((prefix, if the article is in English), title, subtitle, abstract) in the next step. In the ‘List of Contributors’ section, you can add the number of co-authors of the paper as needed.
After you have finished filling in the metadata, click ‘Finish Submission’ to complete the submission process for your article. From that point on, the article will be submitted to the editors, which completes the process for submitting the article application. Upon completing your application, you will receive an email confirming that we have received it.