The Southwest Music Studies Colloquium is program of bi-weekly virtual gatherings for musicologists, music theorists, ethnomusicologists, performers, music librarians, other music professionals, music students, and anyone curious about music research and is sponsored in part by the Southwest Chapter of the American Musicological Society. It is an inclusive and diverse community where we can share our latest research, engage with timely issues in our disciplines, offer other professional development opportunities, and grow closer as a community of scholars. SMSC participants do not have to be members of the AMS or any other organization to participate.

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1 reply, 1 voice Last updated by  Kendra Leonard 6 months, 3 weeks ago
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    Kendra Leonard
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    @kleonard74

    Welcome to the Southwest Music Studies Colloquium, a program of bi-weekly virtual gatherings for musicologists, music theorists, ethnomusicologists, performers, music librarians, other music professionals, music students, and anyone curious about music research and is sponsored in part by the Southwest Chapter of the American Musicological Society. It is an inclusive and diverse community where we can share our latest research, engage with timely issues in our disciplines, offer other professional development opportunities, and grow closer as a community of scholars. SMSC participants do not have to be members of the AMS or any other organization to participate.Our meetings take place on Zoom every other Thursday from 7-8 Central time, and we encourage members to present on their research, pose questions for the group, and to chat about their work in music. Register here to get meeting information and links to the meetings and to let us know if you are interested in presenting at a future meeting.

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    Kendra Leonard
    Participant
    @kleonard74

    Are you looking for a friendly place to test-drive a paper or presentation? Consider volunteering to present at an SMCS meeting. Meetings are casual and great places to discuss your research, whether on-going or in a more complete form. Feel free to email me at KendraLeonard [at] pm [dot] me for details or to sign  up.

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