Working in Music Reset: Fourth call for blog posts

Since the beginning of the Covid19 pandemic, as an international research network, we issued three calls for blog posts. We were thrilled to publish a selection of 18 entries with insightful data ranging from personal thoughts to interviews to methodology and exploratory analysis dealing with working in music in different corners of the world during a pandemic.

We are now happy to publish a new call for blog posts on going back to working in music after a pandemic: the reset. Is working in music “back” to pre-pandemic times? What has changed forever? What is yet to change? Have the changes been rather positive or negative? Has researching musical work been reset as much as working in music?

Photo by Ismael Paramo on Unsplash

We welcome pieces on these and similar topics. The entries must be between 250–750 words, but longer texts can also be considered. The entries must be either in English, French or Spanish. Please include a brief bio or institutional description. Feel free to send a picture or video to include in your post, but be sure you are authorized to use it (all photos must be credited). You can refer to this guideline.

You can send your piece (in Word format) to Eileen Karmy (eileen.karmy[at]

We will collect and review the entries, communicate with authors about edits when necessary, and publish them on our website until 30 November 2021.

We publicize all published posts on our Twitter account (@working_music) and our mailing list (subscribe here).

OpenEdition suggests that you cite this post as follows:
ldebraba (October 12, 2021). Working in Music Reset: Fourth call for blog posts. Working in Music. Retrieved July 15, 2024 from

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