Revisit: Music, Culture, and Heritage
Special issue of Consumption, Markets & Culture; Deadline now 20 Jun 2016
Deadline extended to June 20
Consumption, Markets & Culture
Special issue theme: Music, Culture, and Heritage
Submission deadline now: June 20, 2016
This call for papers invites both empirical and conceptual papers to consider music, culture, and heritage as a discursive site of human action and social interaction. In the societal context, music, culture, and heritage are symbolically embedded throughout the market, as well as within cultural and ritualistic practice. The complex and evolving social action surrounding markets, music, culture, and heritage are generating innovative, unconventional, and radical shifts in the way the market operates, the way music is presented to the market and consumed within, along with the associated cultural heritage. By considering music, culture, and heritage in a nonconventional, nonconformist manner, the goal is to generate innovative, radical, and even heretical schools of thought in consumer culture research.
Sharon Schembri and A. Fuat Firat
College of Business and Entrepreneurship, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, USA
Manuscripts submitted for this special issue should follow the Consumption, Markets, and Culture guidelines for format and references and should not exceed 10,000 words (references included).
Please submit manuscripts by June 20, 2016, via
[Moderator Note – there are two special issue calls with the same title for two different journals – ch]