SCTF invites articles about Coleridge-Taylor’s US impact

Hands on keyboardThe Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Foundation is inviting articles for publication on this website from historians, scholars and other commentators about the impact of SCT’s life and work in the United States, from the time of his visits until the present.

We are aware that this is an area of increasing interest, as more information has emerged about the direct and indirect ways in which Samuel Coleridge-Taylor has helped to shape developments in the USA, both in New York (especially Harlem) and Boston, and elsewhere.

We will be delighted to publish all appropriate submissions in this category on this website ( and we are hopeful also that a selection of what are deemed to be the most illuminating of these will also be distributed on one or more American websites.

Articles may be of any (website readable) length and should be written in an accessible style; references are welcome, but only when they illuminate the text substantively.  Illustrations and photographs are also welcome, with the proviso that in submitting them the author confirms that there is no copyright bar to their publication on the SCTF website.

Potential authors are invited to make contact with us via email here, to submit possible (ideas for) articles or to discuss their intended submission.

We would also very much welcome expert commentary and guidance on general aspects of this emerging field of study; in this instance please add your Comments in the response box below.

In either case, we look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.

About Hilary Burrage Adjunct Professor, Buehler Center for Health Policy and Economics, Feinberg School of Medicine Northwestern University, Chicago Global Woman P.E.A.C.E.Foundation #EndFGM Awardee 2016 for authoring two books: * ERADICATING FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION (Routledge, 2015) Detailed text/handbook which covers all aspects of FGM eradication, drawing on material from around the globe. * FEMALE MUTILATION (New Holland, 2016) First hand accounts by 70 #EndFGM survivors and activists in 24 countries across 5 continents Plus contributed chapters on FGM to two other books: In the Name of Tradition (Kameel Ahmady, UnCut/Voices Press, 2016) and the International Handbook of Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health (Routledge, October 2019).
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