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Register your current thesis project: click here.

Please note that you may update your record as often as you like to reflect changes which occur as your project takes shape

Advise:

  • Full Name
  • Year Commenced
  • Type of Degree
  • University
  • Working Title/topic
  • Suggested Register Categories
  • Whether you wish to register for email forwarding of enquiries from others interested in your topic (your email address is not included in the record display)
  • Internet links you would like set up from your record e.g. your website, online publications etc.
  • Summary or outline of your project.
  • Notes or other information

Go to the Full Register & Multi-Category Search page for a list of categories and the Register home page for a description of the categories.

Register your completed thesis (apologies that we didn't find it) click here.

Advise:

  • Full Name
  • Year Commenced
  • Type of Degree
  • University
  • Title
  • Number of pages and other materials
  • Suggested Register Categories
  • Abstract
  • Whether you wish to register for email forwarding of enquiries from others interested in your topic (your email address is not included in the display)
  • URL link to electronic copy of thesis (if available)
  • Internet links you would like set up from your record e.g. your website, online publications etc.
  • Notes or other information

RILM Abstracts of Music Literature
RILM is the first stop for the music researcher who wants clear, verified bibliographic information on world-wide, music-related publications, fully cited, abstracted, and indexed. By submitting bibliographic citations and abstracts to RILM, you are ensuring that music researchers worldwide will find out about your work. Online forms are available from the website. You are able to submit retrospectively for works that have not been submitted in past years. Submission is a straightforward process. MSA supports the work of RILM and believes that it is important that Australian content on RILM is improved and maintained. You can submit citations and abstracts to RILM directly via the RILM website.