|General editor||Humanities editor
|Richard Parncutt, University of Graz||Amanda Bayley, Bath Spa University||Ali C. Gedik, Dokuz Eylul University|
David M. Howard, Royal Holloway University of London
Graham Hair, University of Glasgow
Susan McClary, Case Western Reserve University
Gary McPherson, University of Melbourne
Anna Maria Busse Berger, University of California
Lydia Goehr, Columbia University
Physiology & Medicine
Eckart Altenmüller, Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hannover
Popular culture & Sociology
Nicola Dibben, University of Sheffield
Prehistory & Archeology
Steven Mithen, University of Reading
Mark Reybrouck, KU Leuven
Gerhard Tucek, University of Applied Sciences Krems
Theresa Schallmoser, University of Graz
Rytis Ambrazevicius, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithunia
Semih Bilgen, Okan University, Istanbul
Ian Cross, University of Cambridge
Ali Ergur, Galatasaray University
Ayhan Erol, Dokuz Eylul University (DEU)
Robert Fink, University of California
Ichiro Fujinaga, McGill University
Izge H. Gunal, DEU
Ozgur Izmirli, Connecticut College
Jukka Louhivuori, University of Jyväskylä
Janne Makela, University of Turku, Finland
Irene Markoff, York University
Guerino Mazzola, University of Zurich
Cory McKay, Marianopolis College, Quebec
Bjorn Merker, Mid Sweden University
Jean-Jacques Nattiez, Université de Montréal
François Pachet, Sony Computer Science Lab., Paris
Paris John G. Plemmenos, Ionnian University
Jens Holger Rindel, Odeon A/S, Denmark
Jaan Ross, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Tallinn
Monika Rychtarikova, KU Leuven
Gulmira Sadiyeva Kuruoglu, Dokuz Eylul University (DEU), Izmir
Konca Saher, Kadir Has University
Acar Savaci, Izmir Institute of Technology
Thomas Solomon, University of Bergen
Orhan Tekelioglu, Sakarya University
Petri Toiviainen, University of Jyväskylä
Mark Jude Tramo, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
Caroline Traube, Université de Montréal
George Tzanetakis, University of Victoria, Canada
Kaire Maimets, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre
Udo Will, Ohio State University
About the editorial and advisory boards
- Membership of the editorial and advisory boards is determined by the editors in collaboration with experts in relevant disciplines.
- Associate editors serve for three-year periods with the option of renewal.
- The total number of associate editors will never exceed 30.
- Members of the advisory board contribute occasionally to the journal by reviewing submissions, commenting on published texts about the journal, or advising on other issues.
Associate editors agree to accept at least one invitation per year to act as action editor. In that role, they agree to
- comply with the guidelines and promote the aims of the journal,
- keep a record of all correspondence, and
- prevent undue delays.
Members of the Advisory Board may also be invited to serve as action editor (GuidelinesForActionEditors).
Associate editors and advisory board members may act as reviewers. They are also encouraged to submit manuscripts; such contributions are processed confidentially by other board members.
For the issues dedicated to specific conferences or symposia, editors may appoint guest editor(s) to act as action editor(s). In such cases, the JIMS guidelines for guest editor(s) apply (GuidelinesForGuestEditors).