Description

r/Musicology is a free community inside Reddit where 10,000 members from all over the world discuss the scholarly research on music.

Members use the subreddit to discuss mostly historical musicology, sharing scholarly research on music and its origins. It focuses on topics like music philosophy, theoretical sociology, aesthetics of music, cultural and gender studies, performance, literature, theatre, theory, analysis, and theology.

This subreddit is great to find like-minded people interested in the scholarly research of music. Members use the subreddit to get feedback on their papers and dissertations. You can also ask for advice on research topics and find great literature recommendations.

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  • Membership: Free Community
  • Year Founded: 2011
  • Amount of members: 10,000
  • Online Group: No
  • Online Platform: Reddit
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual

Benefits

Get help with your research:
You can use the subreddit to get feedback on your dissertations, get advice on research topics, and find literature recommendations.

Find like-minded people:
The r/Musicology subreddit is great for finding other people interested in the scholarly research of music. It has 10,000 members from all over the world.

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Members of r/Musicology interact inside the subreddit. It's used to discuss the scholarly research on music, including music philosophy, theoretical sociology, aesthetics of music, cultural and gender studies, performance, literature, theatre, theory, analysis, and theology. Members use the community to ask for opinions on their dissertations, advice on research topics, and literature recommendations. It's a great place to find like-minded people interested in music research.

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