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April 8, 2003


Birmingham-Southern professor pens article in award-winning encyclopedia

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—The newly released Women and Music in America Since 1900: An Encyclopedia, containing the article “Composer” contributed by Birmingham-Southern Assistant Professor of Music Dr. Dorothy Hindman, recently was honored as one of Library Journal's top 2002 reference books.

The encyclopedia has been included among 30 reference books nationwide selected for the honor and for publication in the April 15 issue of Library Journal. Library Journal magazine is the oldest independent national library publication. Founded in 1876, the journal is read by over 100,000 directors, administrators, and others in public, academic, and business libraries.

Joining the BSC faculty in 2000, Hindman received her master's degree from Duke University and her doctorate from the University of Miami, Coral Gables.

 

 

 
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