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CFP deadline: 11/15; Meeting date: 22-23 Feb

11/15/2018
When: Friday, February 22, 2019
Where: University of North Florida
Jacksonville, Florida 
United States
Contact: Blake Howe

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The 2019 annual meeting of the SouthernChapter of the American Musicological Society will be held on February 22-23, 2019, at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida. 

 

To submit a proposal for the chapter meeting, send an abstract as an email attachment in Microsoft Word format (.doc or .docx extension) to Abstracts Editor Blake Howe (bhowe@lsu.edu). The abstracts editor will remove the names from the proposals and submit them anonymously to the program committee. Submissions must be received by Thursday, November 15, 2018, 6 pm (EST). Abstracts should be double spaced, no longer than 350 words, and should indicate all equipment needs, including need of a piano. Papers as read should not exceed 20 minutes. In addition to soliciting individual presentations, the chapter invites proposals for panel discussions and presentations in alternative formats, such as lecture-recitals, film screenings, seminars, and pedagogical sessions.

All presenters must be members in good standing of both the AMS national organization and the Southern Chapter. Once the Program Committee has selected a preliminary list of presenters, the program chair will forward the names to the national office to ensure membership is current before sending out responses to those who have submitted proposals.

Please consider the following recommendations published by the national AMS organization: “Abstracts should represent the talk as fully as possible. Successful abstracts typically state the specific research findings, substantiate them, and indicate their significance. Abstracts should make clear what is already known and what is new in the proposal. The Program Committee generally will fault abstracts that merely allude to findings or conclusions.”