Open Access Musicology (OAM) publishes peer-reviewed, scholarly essays primarily intended to serve students and teachers of music history, (ethno)musicology, and music studies. The constantly evolving collection ensures that recent research and scholarship inspires classroom practice. Addressing a range of histories, methods, voices, and sounds, OAM embraces changes and tensions in the field to help students understand music scholarship as the product of critical inquiry.
- OAM is free and media-rich, published digitally by Lever Press on the University of Michigan’s open-access Fulcrum platform
- OAM is student-centered, with each essay reviewed by students as well as scholars for originality, accessibility, and methodological transparency
- OAM is designed for use at a range of institutions (liberal arts, research, conservatory, comprehensive school), as reflected by the make-up of our editorial and advisory boards