Calling for submissions: E T Bryant Memorial Prize

Details of the E T Bryant Memorial Prize have gone live on the IAML(Uk & Irl) website.  The prize of £250 is awarded for a significant contribution to the literature of music librarianship by a student or group of students of Library and Information Science, or to a librarian in their first five years of music librarianship.

If you’re an early-career music librarian and have recently written a dissertation or significant paper on a music-librarianship related topic, we would strongly urge you to consider entering your work for the E T Bryant Memorial Prize. Similarly, if you know of any other recent librarianship students who completed such work over the past five years, it would be great if you could forward this.

A poster for display on departmental noticeboards can be sent to interested parties by emailing K.McAulay@rcs.ac.uk.

 

TERMS AND CONDITION

The prize is awarded to a library and information science student or group of students, or to a librarian in their first five years in music librarianship, for a significant contribution to the literature of music librarianship.

The prize is awarded for a significant contribution to the literature of music librarianship.

The recipient(s) of the prize must be resident in the United Kingdom or Republic of Ireland during the year of entry

Publication of the material during / within the previous five years does not preclude entry

All entries must be submitted by the published closing date.

The prize will be presented each year to the winner at the Annual General Meeting of the IAML(UK & Irl) Branch, by representatives of IAML(UK & Irl) and The Music Libraries Trust.

A copy of the winning work will be retained in the IAML(UK & Irl) Library

 

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One Response to Calling for submissions: E T Bryant Memorial Prize

  1. Karenmca says:

    Reblogged this on Karen McAulay Teaching Artist and commented:
    I chair the IAML Committee that administers this prize. A great opportunity – wish I was “early career” myself!!

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