Reflections on Music Education Across Two Hundred Years: A Closer Look at PME 24.2

Much is being written and discussed on the subject of music’s form and identity in higher education; few scholars know that these same (or very similar) conversations were taking place up to two hundred years ago. It is my firm belief that studying the past offers the opportunity for new light on modern ideas, perhaps illuminating fundamental assumptions that would otherwise go unchallenged.

New releases for April

Happily Ever After Happily Ever After
The Romance Story in Popular Culture
Catherine M. Roach

"Roach's attempt to do emotional justice to the genre should satisfy academics and fans alike."… READ MORE

Reading Selections for Women’s History Month

To celebrate Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, three IU Press journals have provided free access to nine interesting and relevant articles on women’s history and women’s studies. We hope these articles,… READ MORE