Academic journal article Notes

Jonathan Saucedo and Joe C. Clark

Academic journal article Notes

Jonathan Saucedo and Joe C. Clark

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Plus ca change ... plus ca change--and perhaps, vive la difference! This is one interpretation of the current study by Jonathan Saucedo and Joe C. Clark on MLA's personnel characteristics (although perhaps our colleagues suggest a bit more caution). Read all about the outcome in Jon and Joe's study on the 2016 survey responses in our first article of the current issue.

Whereas binder collections may be found in many of our institutions' special collections, their content can be difficult to decipher. These personal music collections typically date from the nineteenth century, and comprise music and texts unique to the individual who collected them. Patricia Puckett Sasser explored three such volumes originally belonging to a special Norwegian woman, Birgit Krohn. In her article Sasser unfolds an amazing story of a girls' school in rural north Norway detailing how their amateur musical expression helped them "define social hierarchies ... cultivate shared tastes, and ... explore their position within a complex cultural environment."

David Hunter sent a message just minutes after seeing Richard Hill's letters (the inspiration for his article) in an exhibit at Princeton's Firestone Library. "Would you like me to get copies to see if they are worth including in Notes? …

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