William Caplin, James McGill Professor of Music Theory at the Schulich School of Music, McGill University, has been elected a Fellow in the Royal Society of Canada (Academy of Arts and Humanities).  The following citation was issued by the Society: William Caplin’s revival of the study of musical form has transformed our understanding- and hearing - of how classical music is organized. His theories provide novel methodologies for musical analysis that have had a significant impact on music scholarship and pedagogy. As a historian of music theory, Caplin is a leader in the domains of rhythm and harmony; he also contributes to topic theory, schema theory, and music perception and cognition.