American Musicological Society Awards

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The American Musicological Society (AMS) has a number of Awards, some with deadlines upcoming soon. Deadlines and value varies. For some you must be a member of AMS but for others the nominations are open.

Early Music Award
for outstanding work on music before 1550
(deadline: 15 April)

Alfred Einstein Award
for outstanding article in musicology (early stages)
(deadline: 15 April)

Roland Jackson Award
for outstanding work in music analysis
(deadline: 15 April)

Judy Tsou Critical Race Studies Award
for outstanding work in critical race/ethnic studies
(deadline: 15 April)

Otto Kinkeldey Award
for outstanding work of musicological scholarship (beyond early stages)
(deadline: 15 April)

Lewis Lockwood Award
for outstanding work of musicological scholarship (early stages)
(deadline: 15 April)

Music in American Culture Award
for outstanding scholarship in music of the United States
(deadline: 15 April)

H. Colin Slim Award
for outstanding article in musicology (beyond early stages)
(deadline: 15 April)

Robert M. Stevenson Award
for outstanding scholarship in Iberian and Latin American music
(Deadline: 15 April)

AMS Teaching Award
for an exceptional pedagogical resource
(deadline: 15 April)

Philip Brett Award
for outstanding work in gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender/transsexual studies
(deadline: 15 April)

Claude V. Palisca Award
for outstanding Edition or Translation
(deadline: 31 January)

Noah Greenberg Award
for outstanding performance projects
(deadline: 15 August)

Thomas Hampson Award
for research and publication in Classic Song
(deadline: ?? 2022)

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Kueneman, Karen
Staff, 2015 Fall

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