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Organization of the American Musical Instrument Society

Officers and Board

President: Janet K. Page (2021–24)

Vice-pres.: James Kopp (2023–24)

Secretary: Michael Suing (2022–24)

Treasurer: Connie Huff (2023–25, 1st term)

 

Board of Governors:

Anne Acker (2022–25, 2nd term)

Jonathan Santa Maria Bouquet (2022–25, 2nd term)

Geoffrey Burgess (2022–25, 2nd term)

Emily Dolan (2023–26, 2nd term)

Jimena Palacios Uribe (2023–26, 2nd term)

John Watson (2023–26, 2nd term)

Jayme Kurland (2021–24, 2nd term)

Gregg Miner (2021–24, 2nd term)

Katherine Palmer (2021–24, 1st term)

Carol Lynn Ward-Bamford (2021–24, 2nd term)

Matthew Zeller, 2023–26, 1st term

Susana Caldeira (Int’l, 2020–23)

Massimiliano Guido (Int’l, 2022–25)

Nominating Committee:

Jimena Palacios (chair 2024)

Katherine Palmer (chair 2025)

Anne Acker (chair 2026)

Curt Sachs Award:

Heike Fricke (chair 2024)

John Watson (chair 2025)

Laurence Libin (chair 2026)

Densmore Prize:

Lisa Beebe (chair 2024)

Jim Kopp (chair 2025)

Matthew Hill (chair 2026)

Bibliographer: Devanney Haruta

Bessaraboff Prize:

Emily Dolan (chair 2024)

Matthew Zeller (chair 2025)

Carol Lynn Ward-Bamford (chair 2026)

Gribbon Memorial Award for Student Travel:

Lidia Chang (chair 2024)

Esteban Mariño (chair 2025)

Elizabeth K. Batiuk (chair 2026)

Small Grants for Students:

Gregg Miner (chair 2023)

Membership Committee:

Jayson Dobney

Jim Kopp

Gregg Miner

Facebook:

Byron Pillow
Nuria Bonet

2024 Annual Meeting Local Arrangements Committee:

Coming soon

2024 Meeting Program Committee

Coming soon

Website:

Dexter Edge

Electronic Initiatives:

Darcy Kuronen, Chair

Christina Linsenmeyer

Conference Location Planning:

Stewart Carter (chair)

Jimena Palacios

Matthew Zeller

AMIS Listserve:

Margaret Banks

Carolyn Bryant, moderator

Edmond Johnson, Moderator

Newsletter:

Sarah Deters, Editor 
Nuria Bonet, Assistant Editor
Edmond Johnson, Reviews Editor

Archives: 

Albert Rice (chair)

David Thomas

University and college collections working group:

Sarah Deters (chair)

Ethnomusicology working group:

Jayme Kurland (chair)

Banjos, mandolins, guitars working group:

Daniel Wheeldon (chair)

American Musicological Society liaisons:

Matthew Zeller

Lidia Chang

Journal:

Robert Bigio, Editor

James Kopp, Associate Editor

Carolyn Bryant, Associate Editor

Robert Apple, Advertising Manager

Reviews Editor, Edmond Johnson

Margaret Banks

Edmund A. Bowles

Beth Bullard

Geoffrey Burgess

Stewart Carter

Robert E. Eliason

Cynthia Adams Hoover

Edward L. Kottick

Thomas G. MacCracken

J. Kenneth Moore

Ardal Powell

Harrison Powley

Susan E. Thompson

Janet Page

Robert Adelson

Allison Alcorn

PAST OFFICERS

History of terms of officers of the american musical instrument society

 

Past President
  • Jayson Dobney (2018–21)

  • Carolyn Bryant (2015–18)

  • Albert R. Rice (2011–15)

  • Stewart Carter (2007–11)

  • Kathryn Shanks Libin (2003–07)

  • Harrison Powley (1999–2003)

  • William E. Hettrick (1995–99)

  • Phillip T. Young (1991–95)

  • Cecil D. Adkins (1987–91)

  • André P. Larson (1981–87)

  • Frederick R. Selch (1977–81)

  • Robert M. Rosenbaum (1971-77)

Past Vice-President
  • Allison Alcorn (2021–23)

  • Janet K. Page (2018–21)

  • Jayson Dobney (2015–18)

  • Carolyn Bryant (2011-15)

  • Albert R. Rice (2007–11)

  • Darcy Kuronen (2005–07)

  • John A. Rice (2003–05)

  • Kathryn Shanks Libin (1999–2003)

  • Harrison Powley (1995–99)

  • Margaret Downie Banks (1991–95)

  • Laurence Libin (1987–91)

  • Edmund A. Bowles (1981–87)

  • Cynthia Adams Hoover (1977–81)

  • Arnold Fromme (1971–77)

Past Secretary
  • Deborah Check Reeves (2008–18)

  • Carolyn Bryant (2002–08)

  • Jeannine Abel (1992–02)

  • Robert A. Lehman (1980–92)

  • Alan G. Moore (1977–79)

  • William G. Maynard (1973–77)

  • Linda Tauber (1972–73)

Past Treasurer
  • Ken Moore (2019–23)

  • Joanne Kopp (2008–19)

  • Marlowe A. Sigal (2002–08)

  • Robert E. Eliason (1978–2002)

  • Linda Tauber (1973–78)

  • James M. Swain (1972–73)

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