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AMS Greater New York Chapter, Fall Meeting 1998
New York, October 1998

AMERICAN MUSICOLOGICAL SOCIETY Greater New York Chapter Department of Music SUNY-Stony Brook
Joseph H. Auner, Chairman Mark Berry, Secretary/Treasurer
First Meeting Saturday, October 3, 1998 Barnard College, NYC Sulzberger Parlor, 3rd Floor of Barnard Hall, 3009 Broadway between 117th/118th
Morning Session: 10:00-12:30 Academic and Non-Academic Career Strategies and Opportunities for Musicologists: Floyd Grave, (Rutgers University), Chair Opening remarks: the dynamics of academic job searches Charles Frantz, (The College of New Jersey) Coping with current trends in academic employment: the dilemma of the temporary, part-time, or adjunct professor Barbara Dobbs Mackenzie, (Editor-in-Chief, RILM Abstracts) The scholarly career, non-academically based Maureen Buja, (Managing Editor, Stagebill) Communicating with the public at large Catherine Moore, (Director, Music Business Program, NYU) Music and the business world John Kmetz, (Arthur Andersen) Leaving the garden altogether; musicology as avocation General discussion; closing remarks Afternoon Session: 2:00-5:00 Lloyd Whitesell, (SUNY-Stony Brook), Chair Theresa Muir, (Ph.D. Graduate Center, The City University of New York) "The very sounds that were to be heard in the Grail Chapel--and I should know": The Pre-Raphaelites and Wagner Charlotte Cross, (Ph.D. Columbia University) Schoenberg's Modern Theory: A Preliminary Investigation Michael von der Linn, (Ph.D. Columbia University) "Durch and durch entartete:" Musical Modernism and the German Critics (1900-1936) Fuyuko Fukunaka, (New York University) Manipulating Musical Rhetoric: Wolfgang Rihm and the Dissolution of Constructive Forces