In-depth discussion (2000 - 4000 words) of a
particular issue or research project that explores a topic addressing a
connection between music and gender in an educational context. Music
teaching and learning need not be restricted to traditional school settings,
and may be considered to include any level of instruction, including
professional studies in musicology, performance, theory, etc., as well as
innovative or unique ideas, practices, and/or settings reflecting different
musical traditions and approaches.
Shorter, more informal articles (800 - 2500 words)
that identify an issue requiring further study or that illustrate a
particular pedagogical application having the potential to re-dress
inequalities of current educational practices. In the case of the latter,
articles should provide a general description of the pedagogical application
that is sufficiently detailed to allow others to adapt it to their own
teaching situation, as well as a statement of the guiding principle behind
the application (as appropriate).
Short articles (800 - 1200 words) reviewing a book,
web site, software application, or other resource relevant to gender and
music in an educational context.
Notes and letters ( 500 - 1000 words) responding to
a feature or pedagogical spotlight in the previous issue.