Publications Committee (Print)

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Publications Committee (Print)


Hafner, Joseph, Fontes Artis Musicae


In Antwerp the Publications Committee (Print) held a business meeting on Thursday 17 July from 11.00 to 12.30. Joseph Hafner, the current Chair of the Publications Committee, chaired the meeting. About 8 members from various countries were present at the session.

Jim Cassaro was appointed as the next Editor of Fontes Artis Musicae. His start date will overlap with current editor, Maureen Buja during 2015, as she continues with the issues for 2015. He will begin working on the issues for 2016. It was approved by the General Assembly to appoint Mr. Cassaro for a period of 4 years with the possibility of renewal at the end of that period.

Dr. Buja gave a full report on Fontes Artis Musicae during the Fontes session.

"Recent Publications in Music" continues its work and we thanked Gerry Ostrove for all of her contributions to this publication as she steps down leading this. Maureen Buja offered to lead this for the next year, and we would like to explore new possibilities for this going forward as a web publication, since it has been published separately from Fontes on the web since 2009. We had much discussion around this looking at the pros and cons, but in the end felt it would be more beneficial for people using these lists if they could be turned into a web document that could be searchable and indexed.

The Board will review all of the contracts for the vendors providing links to Fontes Artis Musicae, which now include Gale, ProQuest, JSTOR, and EBSCO. The Board is looking to standardize the terms of these contracts and make improvements where possible.

We discussed the Conference issue of Fontes Artis Musicae and if we should consider changes in the future. As publications like our shift into electronic publications it might be more valuable to have National reports and Committee reports on a website or blog going forward instead of including it in Fontes Artis Musicae. …

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