CFP: New England Conference of Music Theorists

Submission deadline: January 6, 2014

Conference date(s):
March 29, 2014 - March 30, 2014

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Conference Venue:

Connecticut College
New London, United States

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New England Conference of Music Theorists
Proposals Due January 6, 2014
March 29-30
Connecticut College, New London

The New England Conference of Music Theorists is pleased to announce
our 2014 Annual Meeting, which will take place on March 29th and 30th
at Connecticut College. We are soliciting proposals on any topic
related to music theory and its parallel fields. Presentations will be
thirty minutes, with ten minutes for discussion.

All submissions must be electronic, and should include three separate documents:

1. A proposal, with a maximum length of three pages, with no more than
two pages of additional bibliography/examples. NECMT encourages
submissions on fresh subjects and diverse repertoires; proposals on
any music-theoretical, analytical, or pedagogical topic are welcome.
Proposals must include the title of the presentation, but should
contain no identification of the author. References to the author's
own work must occur in the third person.

2. An abstract of 250 words or fewer, suitable for publication.

3. A cover letter giving your name, address, phone, email, academic
affiliation, the title of your proposal, and any special equipment or
arrangements required.

Proposals for panels will be considered as well; the submission
requirements for panel proposals are the same as for individual ones,
except they need not be anonymous. The Program Committee reserves the
right to accept individual proposals drawn from the panel. Individuals
may submit multiple proposals; however, only one presentation per
person as principal author may be accepted. Submissions may be in pdf,
doc, or docx formats, and must be received no later than January 6th,

Please submit proposals to Secretary Frank Lehman at this address:
frank.lehman at 

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