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SEM 2018 Prizes: Deadline April 1, 2018

Tuesday, February 20, 2018   (0 Comments)
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The deadline for submissions for the below SEM prizes is April 1, 2018. For more information about prizes and submission procedures, please visit the Prizes area of the SEM website (www.ethnomusicology.org).

21ST CENTURY FELLOWSHIP. To further excellence in ethnomusicological research through support to highly qualified Ph.D. students for dissertation fieldwork.

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ELLEN KOSKOFF EDITED VOLUME PRIZE (NEW!). To honor each year a collection of ethnomusicological essays of exceptional merit edited by a scholar or scholars, one of whom must be a member of the Society for Ethnomusicology.

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JAAP KUNST PRIZE. To recognize the most significant article in ethnomusicology written by a member of the Society for Ethnomusicology and published within the previous year (whether in the journal Ethnomusicology or in another journal or edited collection). The Society will make every effort to draw upon the language expertise of the membership to evaluate submissions in languages other than English.

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JUDITH MCCULLOH PUBLIC SECTOR AWARD. To recognize the valuable impact of many types of ethnomusicological work that benefits the broader public and typically engages organizations outside academic institutions.

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ALAN MERRIAM PRIZE. To recognize the most distinguished, published English-language monograph in the field of ethnomusicology.

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NADIA AND NICHOLAS NAHUMCK FELLOWSHIP. To help support research on a dance-related subject and its subsequent publication.

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BRUNO NETTL PRIZE. To recognize an outstanding publication contributing to or dealing with the history of the field of ethnomusicology, broadly defined, or of the general character, problems, and methods of ethnomusicology.

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KLAUS P. WACHSMANN PRIZE. To recognize a major publication that advances the field of organology through the presentation of new data and by using innovative methods in the study of musical instruments. The publication may be a monograph, an article, a unified series of articles, or a video/electronic media item.

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