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Announcements for the Hewitt Pantaleoni Prize and the Lorna D'Acosta McDaniel Prize
MACSEM awards the Hewitt Pantaleoni Prize each year to the best (graduate) student paper delivered at the annual meeting. The Pantaleoni Prize was established in 1990 in memory of ethnomusicologist Hewitt Pantaleoni, and carries an award of $50. Hewitt Pantaleoni (1929-1988) received his Ph.D. in ethnomusicology from Wesleyan University, concentrating particularly on African music, and taught at the State University College of New York at Oneonta. His fieldwork, always collaborative, led to projects with the Ugandan dance ethnographer Moses Serwadda. Prof. Pantaleoni was also one of the first members of MACSEM.
MACSEM awards the Lorna D'Acosta McDaniel Prize each year to the best undergraduate student paper delivered at the annual meeting. The Lorna D'Acosta McDaniel Prize was established in 2017 in memory of the ethnomusicologist, Lorna D'Acosta McDaniel, and carries an award of $50.