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Christina Linsenmeyer


AMIS Call for papers
« on: Nov 30th, 2010, 3:02pm »
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40th Annual AMIS Meeting The Musical Instrument Museum: Call for Papers
The Musical Instrument Museum will host the 40th annual meeting of the American Musical Instrument Society from May 18 to May 22, 2011 in Phoenix, AZ.
The program committee for the meeting (Albert R. Rice [chair], Jim Kopp, Cynthia Hoover, and Christina Linsenmeyer [ex-officio]) welcomes proposals for papers, lecture-demonstrations, performances, and panel discussions on topics relating to the history, design, use, care, and acoustics of musical instruments
from all cultures and time periods. The theme of the Conference is “Musical Intersections in Time, Place and Culture”.
Individual presentations should typically be limited to 20 minutes (followed by time for questions). The language of the proposals and presentations is English and a paper should be delivered in person at the meeting by its author. December 1 is the deadline for proposal submission. Applicants whose proposals are accepted will be notified by January 15, 2011. The accepted abstracts will then be placed on the Society’s website (http://www.amis.org), where information about all aspects of the conference will be available.
For further information, contact program chair, Albert R. Rice arrice@rocketmail.com, or local arrangements chair
Christina Linsenmeyer christina.linsenmeye@themim.org.
For additional information:
Email: arrice@rocketmail.com,christina.linsenmeye@themim.org.
Society's Website: http://www.amis.org
Christina Linsenmeyer | Curator of Musical Instruments
MIM—Musical Instrument Museum | 4725 E. Mayo Boulevard | Phoenix, AZ 85250
480.478.6000 main | 480-478-6044 direct | 480.481.2459 fax | www.themim.org
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