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- Now available: the latest issue of JAMS: articles by Candelaria, Everist, Mundy, and Piekut; reviews of books by Peters, Currie, and Walden; reviews of digital research projects on Tinctoris, Broadside Ballads, Schoenberg, Britten, and Cage. Read at JSTOR; AMS members: log in for immediate access to all issues of JAMS.
- Renew your AMS membership for 2015 (log in and follow the link)
- NEH Public Scholar Program Grant program for research projects: deadline 3 March
• See the Washington Post story (12/11/2014)
- The latest AMS subventions: $35,000 to 17 publications
- Upcoming AMS Chapter meetings
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