In this edition of the newsletter, we are pleased to share announcements for the Disability Studies & Music Education Symposium, the World Music Pedagogy Courses, and the Mountain Lake Colloquium; as well as a book announcement for The Politics of Diversity in Music Education, edited by Alexis Anja Kallio, Heidi Westerlund, Sidsel Karlsen, Kathryn Marsh, & Eva Sæther. Congratulations!
For those wishing to submit to the Maryland Music Educators Association virtual conference (2021) or the Michigan Music Conference (2022), the calls can be found below. There is also a call for the SOCAN Foundation / MusCan Awards for Writings on Canadian Music. Finally, there are several position vacancies for those on the job hunt.
- Registration Now Open – Disability Studies & Music Education Symposium
- Book Announcement – The Politics of Diversity in Music Education, edited by Alexis Anja Kallio, Heidi Westerlund, Sidsel Karlsen, Kathryn Marsh, & Eva Sæther
- World Music Pedagogy Course Offerings
- Registration Now Open – Mountain Lake Colloquium
Conferences & Calls
- Maryland Music Educators Association – 2021 July Virtual Conference
- SOCAN Foundation/MusCan Awards for Writings on Canadian Music – Canadian University Music Society (MusCan)
- 2022 Michigan Music Conference
- Pennsylvania State University – Appointments in Music Education (2)
- University of North Carolina Greensboro – Visiting Assistant Professor in Music Education
- University of South Florida – Assistant Director of Bands
- University of Alabama – Director of Choral Activities
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