The winner is determined by the jury at the end of the special session and is announced by the chairman of the jury during the closing session of the EURO-k Conference. The winner of the 2019 EURO Doctoral Dissertation Award is: The EDDA jury 2019 consisted of Bernardo Almada-Lobo (chair), Hande Yaman, Yves Crama, Mikhail Y. The award was presented at the closing session of the EURO 2019 Conference in Dublin (Ireland).
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The dissertation must have been defended at an European University and the author must be a member of an EURO member society.
A short-list of finalists are invited to present their work in a special session of the EURO-k Conference.
These Fellowships are awarded to research projects that promise to make a significant contribution to the field of music theory.
In keeping with the Society's mission to promote diversity and inclusivity, at least one of the two awards will support a topic in an area of music theory research that engages diversity, or an applicant who contributes to the diversification of the SMT community.
Any recusals associated with the award winner will be made public when the award is announced.
The winners will be notified in early 2020 and will have two weeks to accept or decline the Fellowship.
Applicants must be current members of the Society for Music Theory who have completed all required coursework and examinations and have received approval of the dissertation proposal by the application deadline.
Two awards of 00 will be given, with recognition at the Annual Meeting and in the SMT Newsletter.