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PMIG 2020 Publication Awards – Nominations Sought!

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    Christine Boone
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    Nominations are officially open for the Pop Music Interest Group’s Outstanding Publication Award and the Adam Krims Award—click on these links to nominate. I encourage you to reflect on recent scholarship you’ve read that has positively impacted you. Self-nominations are especially encouraged! Note that to be eligible for an award, the publication must be dated August 2017  or later. You can read more about eligibility requirements and the award process on the PMIG webpage.

    This topic was also posted in: Society for Music Theory.

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