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Society for American Music Offers Various Fellowship Awards (Deadline Nov. 1)

Friday, October 6, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Rosalind V. Rini Larson
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The deadline for the following Fellowships and Subventions from the Society for American Music is November 1, 2017.

The Adrienne Fried Block Fellowship, for scholarly research leading to publication on topics that illuminate musical life in large urban communities.

The Paul Charosh Independent Scholar Fellowship, intended to foster research by independent scholars, and to encourage their participation in Society conferences.

The Edward T. Cone Fellowship, for scholars at any phase of their careers whose research interest is focused on the history, creation, and analysis of American concert music, ranging from solo or chamber music to symphonic works.

The Richard Crawford Fellowship, which supports research conducted by contracted MUSA volume editors.

The John and Roberta Graziano Fellowship, for scholarly research in all genres of music that originated in the United States in the nineteenth century, as well as other music performed in North America during that historical period.

The Charles Hamm Fellowship, to support a one-week research residency at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s Library and Archives facility on the campus of Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, Ohio.

The Hampsong Education Fellowship in American Song, for educators at any phase of their careers who wish to help students and the general public understand American history and culture through the medium of song, by developing curricular or co-curricular projects that utilize materials from the Song of America database and Voices Across Time, as well as other primary resources in American song.

The Margery Lowens Dissertation Research Fellowship, for students at the early stages of their dissertation research on American music.

The Judith McCulloh Fellowship, which supports a short-term research residency on folk-based musical culture of the Americas at any research center or archive.

The Anne Dhu McLucas Fellowship, which supports to a graduate student conducting research (archival or fieldwork) on traditional music (music in the oral tradition) or Native American/First Nation music.

The Eileen Southern Fellowship, for  scholars at any phase of their careers in support of research on music of the African diaspora in the Americas.

The Virgil Thomson Fellowship, for scholars at any phase of their careers whose research interest is focused on the history, creation, and analysis of American music on stage and screen, including opera.

The Judith Tick Fellowship, for supporting scholarly research leading to publication on musical topics involving Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.

The Walser-McClary Fellowship, to support a Ph.D. candidate at a U.S. or Canadian university who is a member of a historically underrepresented group in the field.

The H. Earle Johnson Book Publication Subvention Award, for supporting the costs of the publication of significant books on American music.

The Sight and Sound Subvention, for financial assistance to facilitate the publication of non-print material concerning American music.



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