Abstracting and Indexing
Bibliography of Humanities and Social Sciences Literature, K.G. Saur Verlag
EBSCO's Academic Search Premier & Religion and Philosophy Collection
RILM Abstracts of Music Literature
The Music Index
European Reference Index (ERIH Plus)
Catherine Strong [+]
Catherine Strong is Lecturer, Music Industry Program, in the School of Media and Communication, RMIT University. She is the Review Editor of Perfect Beat and chair of IASPM-ANZ.
Sarah Raine [+]
University College Dublin
Sarah Raine is SFI-IRC Pathway Fellow at University College Dublin. She is Co-Managing Editor of the journal Riffs, Editor of Jazz Research Journal, Book Series Editor of Icons of Pop Music and Music Industry Studies, Equinox Publishing and author of Authenticity and Belonging in the Northern Soul Scene (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020), Towards Gender Equality in the Music Industry (Bloomsbury Academic, 2019) and The Northern Soul Scene (Equinox Publishing, 2019).
Peter Doyle [+]
Peter Doyle is an author of fiction and non-fiction books. He has a Bachelor of Arts (Communications) from UTS and a PhD from Macquarie University. He is a musician (lap steel and slide guitar) with a long association with the Sydney blues, rockabilly, country and pub rock scenes and is an exhibiting visual artist. Peter is author of the novels Get rich quick (1996), Amaze your friends (1998) and The Devil's jump and the non-fiction titlesEcho and reverb: fabricating space in popular music recording, 1900-1960 (2005), City of Shadows (2005) and Crooks like us, (2009). He has also written essays, feature articles, reviews and short pieces for Meanjin, Heat, The Bulletin, HQ and The Sydney Morning Herald. He has been a columnist for Max and Sydney City Hub. In the early 2000s Peter worked as a part time curator at the Justice & Police Museum in Sydney, for whom he curated the exhibitions 'Crimes of Passion' (2002-2003) and 'City of Shadows: inner city crime and mayhem, 1912-1948' (http://www.hht.net.au/discover/highlights/insites/city_of_shadows )which examined inner-Sydney in the first half of the twentieth century via police crime and accident scene photographs. That work led to the publication City of shadows: Sydney police photographs, 1912-1948. http://www.amazon.com/City-Shadows-Sydney-Photographs-1912-1948/dp/1876991208 .
About the JournalPopular Music History publishes original historical and historiographical research that draws on the wide range of disciplines and intellectual trajectories that have contributed to the establishment of popular music studies as a recognized academic enterprise.
Articles that challenge established orthodoxies in popular music studies, examine the formation and dissolution of canons, interrogate histories of genres, focus on forms of popular music that have existed below the "historical radar," and engage in archaeologies of popular music history, are particularly welcome.
The philosophy of Popular Music History is to encourage research that is empirically grounded. However, the journal's historical orientation is not intended to be exclusive. Articles that concentrate on historical and historiographical issues that draw on music analysis, incorporate cultural theory, or engage in the ‘history of the present’, are also appropriate.
In addition to the reviews section, a distinctive feature of Popular Music History is its section on Resources. Resources re-publishes articles of historical importance that have become difficult to find or unjustifiably obscure, report on archives, museums and scholarly collections of particular importance to writing popular music history, and serve as a forum for the discussion of issues of special interest to popular music histories.