New Periodicals

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This semiannual column selectively lists new periodicals; describes their objectives, formats, and contents; and provides information about special issues, title and format changes, mergers, and cessations. The following resources were frequently consulted when assembling this column: International Index to Music Periodicals (IIMP; http://www.proquest .com/en-US/catalogs/databases/detail/iimp_ft.shtml), Music Index (MI; http://www.ebscohost.com), RILM Abstracts of Music Literature, (RILM; http://www.rilm.org), OCLC Worldcat and Ulrich's Periodical Directory (http://www.ulrichsweb.com/ulrichsweb/). All Web sites were accessed on 12 September 2012 unless otherwise specified.

NEW TITLES

Journal of Science and Technology of the Arts (Revista de ciênca e tecnologias das artes). (http://artes.ucp.pt/citarj/) Edited by Carlos Sena Caires. CITAR. Published annually. Vol. 1 (2009). ISSN 1646-9798 (online). Online format (formerly print only). Inquiries or submissions: Universidade Católica Portuguesa - Centro Regional do Porto, Rua Diogo Botelho, 1327, 4169-005 Porto, Portugal. Email: citarjournal@ porto.ucp.pt.

Journal of Science and Technology of the Arts is a peer-reviewed journal published by CITAR, the Research Center of the School of the Arts at Portuguese Catholic Uni - versity, a division which strives to foster interdisciplinary and collaborative research and teaching between the sciences and the humanities. In addition to permitting for investigations of the issues of artistic conservation, the psychology of art, and modern digital culture, submissions which investigate the philosophy of art, musicology, performance studies, and musical perception are also welcomed. The Journal typically features editors' notes, five or more full-length articles, two or more reviews of other publications, and a section of important news for those interested in or affiliated with CITAR. The fourth issue (2012) is currently being assembled. The third issue (2011) contains articles devoted to phenomenological investigations of the process of "interactive creation" conducted by listeners of computerized music; the applications of "collective memory" of sounds, whether musical in the conventional sense or otherwise, for constructing "sound-based narratives" of their physical engagements with the public transit system of a particular community; and an innovative educational paradigm for utilizing music as a means of "intercultural education" in the elementary school classroom. The editorial board consists mostly of scholars affiliated with CITAR, though an international involvement is engaged in by scholars from the United Kingdom, Brazil, and Belgium as well. The journal is included in Ulrich's Directory of Periodicals, and although the contents are not indexed in sources like RILM, the journal is indexed by WorldCat, Mendeley, and Google Scholar. It is not yet included in the Directory of Online Access Journals.

Daniel Carroll

Boston University

ELECTRONICA

Reviews, new titles, and publisher and title changes announced elsewhere in this column include additional comments about electronic access.

Boccherini Online (http://www.boccherini online.it); ISSN 2239-8287), is an openaccess, peer-reviewed Italian-language journal published by the Centro Studi Luigi Boccherini. Not limited to articles about Boccherini, the editors welcome quality content related to eighteenth century Italian classical music, musical theatre, history, and culture of eighteenth century European music. The editor is Marco Mangani. The articles are published in HTML and most include an abstract in English.

International Index to Music Periodicals Full Text Coverage Updates

IIMP has added New Zealand Journal of Music Therapy (beginning with volume 8, 2010) to its indexed and full-text coverage.

International Journal of Arts and Commerce

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