Thank you to all those who attended and participated in the 2015 Annual Meeting, and congratulations to the winners of the SMT Publication Awards. The meeting web pages will remain available for another month, including handouts at the SMT Guide App. Video from select sessions will be available until January 1, 2016.
The Call for Papers for the 2016 meeting in Vancouver is available here.
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You are invited to submit nominations for SMT Executive Board positions by logging into your profile and selecting "Nominations 2015."
The latest issue of Music Theory Spectrum (Volume 37, Issue 2) is now available. Members can log in and access the "MTS at Oxford Journals" link on the sidebar.
A new issue of SMT-V, featuring work by Edward Klorman, is now available. Click here to watch.
The latest issue of Music Theory Online (Volume 21, Number 3) is now available.