Society for Music Theory – our parent organization
PMIG Humanities Commons Site – a collaborative database to assist in the teaching and research of popular music studies
American Musicological Society – the largest scholarly association devoted to musicology in the U. S. A.
International Association for the Study of Popular Music – a worldwide body promoting the study of our subject
Society for American Music – an organization that stimulates the appreciation, performance, creation and study of American music in all its diversity
Center for American Music, University of Texas at Austin – a scholarly center that advances the teaching, scholarship, and performance of American music from all traditions
Popular Music Section of the Society for Ethnomusicology – an intellectual community within the Society for Ethnomusicology whose members share overlapping interests in the study of popular music, both broadly and narrowly defined
Experience Music Project – an interactive museum of popular and other music located in Seattle, Washington
Popular Music – an international multi-disciplinary journal published by Cambridge University Press
Journal of Popular Music Studies – a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to research on popular music throughout the world. Published by Blackwell.
Popular Culture/American Culture Associations – a member of the H-NET Humanities Online initiative. H-PCAACA encourages scholarly discussion of popular/american and world cultures
Anyone interested in the scholarly study of popular music is invited to join or visit SMT-Pop’s electronic discussion list (pop-analysis). Simply go to http://lists.societymusictheory.org/listinfo.cgi/pop_analysis-societymusictheory.org. This will take you straight to a window where you can type in your name and e-mail address to subscribe.