EUNOMIOS publishes on this site contributions sent by anyone, without any editing or peer review, on topics concerning theory, analysis and semiotics of music. All papers are freely available for reading and downloading. Submissions will appear on the site as soon as they are received, the only delay being the time required to get them ready (converting to HTML, adding links, and so on).
As far as EUNOMIOS is concerned, submitted works may be freely republished in any other context and in any form, either identical or modified.
You can send works in any language (see provisions here) and on any subject related to this site's topics. It is recommended that you include a very short abstract or description of your work along with the submission.
For details on how to submit your paper, please read the instructions here. Your contribution is warmly welcome!
EUNOMIOS also hosts a forum for debating issues raised in the articles. Everyone's invited to discuss!
EUNOMIO was the dead-tree forerunner of this site, an Italian-speaking journal for theory, analysis, and semiotics of music which issued 24 numbers from 1986 to 1999.More info -- Contents of back issues
Fulvio Delli Pizzi (Milano)
Damiano Giorgi (Firenze)
Michele Ignelzi (Firenze)
Paolo Rosato (Pescara)
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