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Graduate Association of Music and Musicians at UT, First Annual Meeting
Austin, TX, February 2001


The following is a call for proposals for the first annual meeting of
GAMMA-UT, the Graduate Association of Music and Musicians at the
University of Texas at Austin.

GRADUATE ASSOCIATION OF MUSIC AND MUSICIANS AT UT

GAMMA-UT is a graduate student organization of music theorists,
ethno/musicologists, and composers, dedicated to promoting cooperation
among these areas.

First annual conference
February 17, 2001
The University of Texas at Austin

Call for Proposals


GAMMA-UT, the Graduate Association of Music and Musicians at UT, announces
its first annual conference, to be held on Saturday, February 17, 2001, at
the University of Texas at Austin. Scholars from the areas of music
theory, musicology, and ethnomusicology will meet to share their research.

GAMMA-UT is soliciting student papers in the areas of music theory,
musicology, and ethnomusicology. Papers may deal with any aspect of music
research and analysis, including music outside the canon (nonwestern
music, popular music, film music, etc.). Graduate students and advanced
undergraduates are welcome to submit proposals.

Prospective presenters should submit a proposal of no longer than 300
words by December 15, 2000, via the forms on the GAMMA-UT web site
(http://www.utexas.edu/students/gammaut/). Applicants will be notified of
the program committee's decision as soon as possible after the deadline.

Questions concerning the conference should be directed to Marianne Tatom,
GAMMA-UT 2001 Conference Chair (TheoryMT@mail.utexas.edu).

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This announcement is published by GAMMA-UT, a registered student
organization. This announcement is not an official publication of The
University of Texas at Austin and does not represent the views of The
University or its officers.

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