Monday, November 16
Music's Intellectual History is published.
Sixty-six essays in Music's Intellectual History offer insights into the history of music scholarship from the Renaissance to the twentieth century, demonstrating the partnership of RILM and historiographic investigation. The contributions address an array of subjects and perspectives that indicate the directions music scholarship has taken in the past, reveal the precedents of current scholarly habits, and suggest future paths. An outline of the volume's table of contents can be found on this site.