Newsletter (July 22, 2021)

A new issue of Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education, 20 (2), is now available online here. This issue offers an interesting and provocative range of perspectives related to concepts of democracy in music education, with articles by Lauri Väkevä, Patrick Schmidt, Cathy Benedict, and Panagiotis Kanellopoulos; and an editorial by Deb Bradley. The MayDay Group invites you to read the issue and comment on our Facebook page or on Twitter. We hope to generate some interesting discussion from the concerns raised in this issue.
The MayDay Group is pleased to share news of a book announcement for Curriculum Philosophy and Theory for Music Education Praxis, by Tom Regelski. Review copies are now available. Congratulations, Tom! There are also announcements about special issues for the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM) and the International Journal of Traditional Arts; and an upcoming Hip Hop Pedagogy Workshop.
  • Action Criticism, and Theory for Music Education 20 (2) – Now Online!
  • Book Announcement – Curriculum Philosophy and Theory for Music Education Praxis, by Tom Regelski
  • Hip Hop Music Pedagogy Workshop
Conferences & Calls
  • Special Issue: Practice Based Research – International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM) Journal
  • 4th SIMM-seminar (on research on music in detention)
  • Special Issue: Social justice, human rights, and the sustainability of traditional arts – International Journal of Traditional Arts
  • Florida Music Director
Job Announcements
  • Two-Year Visiting Assistant Professor in Instrumental Music Education: Vanderbilt University
  • Music Education Instructor: University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Assistant Professor/Lecturer (Limited Term), Choral Activities: Western University, Don Wright Faculty of Music

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