North American British Music Studies Association

Studies in British Musical Cultures

NABMSA is proud to sponsor the new Studies in British Musical Cultures (SBMC) series, a joint publication venture between NABMSA and Clemson University Press encompassing the diverse array of subjects and perspectives within British musical studies. Whether the subject is medieval or contemporary, imperial or post-colonial, metropolitan or provincial, cultivated or vernacular, stylistic analysis or social history, this series presents contributions from all corners of the field. We are pleased to engage authors from around the globe and to showcase their contributions in both monographs and essay collections.

The series editor is Eric Saylor (Drake University), assisted by board members Alison Altstatt (University of Northern Iowa), Christina Baade (McMaster University), Candace Bailey (North Carolina Central University), Michael Burden (New College, University of Oxford), Jenny Doctor (University of Cincinnati), Leanne Langley (University of London, Royal Philharmonic Society), Charles McGuire (Oberlin College), Fiona Palmer (Maynooth University), Ruth Solie (Smith College), and Paul Watt (Monash University).

Book proposals and any questions about the series or submission procedures may be directed to series editor Eric Saylor or Alison Mero at Clemson University Press.

Titles in the Series

Alison DeSimone, The Power of Pastiche: Musical Miscellany and the Creation of Cultural Identity in Early 18th-Century London (projected release: 2020)
Joseph Mann, Printed Musical Propaganda in Early Modern England (projected release: 2020)