Monday, 3 August 2009

CFP: 8th Annual Music Theory Society of the Mid-Atlantic (Penn State University)

26 - 27 MARCH 2010

The Music Theory Society of the Mid-Atlantic will hold its Eighth Annual Meeting at Penn State University in University Park, Pennsylvania on Friday and Saturday, 26-27 March 2010. The MTSMA welcomes proposals on any aspect of music theory. Presentations are limited to thirty (30) minutes: twenty (20) minutes for the paper and ten (10) minutes for discussion.

Please include the following in your submission:

1. Seven (7) copies of a proposal. Proposals are limited to 500 words and no more than two pages of text (double-spaced in a 10- to 12-point font) plus examples and references. No information that identifies the author(s) or institutional affiliation should appear in the proposal.

2. A cover letter that includes the author's name, paper title, institutional affiliation or city of residence, phone number(s), and e-mail address. Submissions will be acknowledged by email only.

3. One copy of a 200-250 word abstract suitable for publication.

Students wishing to be considered for the Dorothy Payne Award for the best student paper should send seven (7) copies of the entire paper with their proposal.

Address for submissions by US Post:

Dora A. Hanninen, MTSMA Program Chair
c/o Ms. Tracy Krulik
2110 Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center
School of Music, University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland 20742

Email submissions are encouraged! Put all cover letter information in the body of your email, with the proposal and the 200-250 word abstract as two separate attachments. All attachments must be either MS Word documents or pdfs. Send email submissions to: mtsma2010 at with the subject line: "MTSMA 2010 Proposal."

Deadline for receipt (by email or US Post) is December 1, 2009

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