The American Musicological Society's purpose is to advance scholarship in the various fields of music through research, learning, and teaching. To do this, it publishes a Journal, holds an Annual Meeting, supports books in musicology, and offers a broad array of grants, fellowships, and awards throughout the year.
- Coming soon: AMS/RROHFM Lecture 29 April: Jacqueline Warwick (Dalhousie University), "Dad Rock and Child Stars"
• AMS/Library of Congress Lecture 19 May: R. Larry Todd (Duke University), "Revisiting Mendelssohn's Octet, or the Maturing of Precocity"
- 4/1/2016: JAMS 69/1, Spring 2016, is now available online: articles by Tim Carter, Peter Bennett, Massimo Ossi, and Robert Adlington; reviews by MacCarthy, Link, Rubinoff, Tsou, Hooper, and Crawford and Lewis
- Michael Beckerman, "Louisville's 'Unconscious Composers'": video from AMS Louisville 2015 now available!
- Nominate work for AMS awards: deadline 2 May. both books and articles; a wide variety of AMS awards are presented for outstanding musicological work
- February 2016 AMS Newsletter now available
- News: New AMS award, the Roland Jackson Award for articles in the field of music analysis
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