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Newsletter (August 25, 2021)

The MayDay Group is delighted to share the news of two book announcements: Trauma and Resilience in Music Education: Haunted Melodies, edited by Deb Bradley & Juliet Hess; and Action-Based Approaches in Popular Music Education, by Steve Holley, Kat Reinhert, & Zach Moir. Congratulations!
In this edition of the newsletter, you can find calls for proposals for ISME, VMEA, PMEA, TMEA, and the International Symposium on Research in Choral Singing, as well as a special issue of Intonations. For those planning to attend SMTE 2021, please note the date change.
Announcements
  • Book Announcement – Trauma and Resilience in Music Education: Haunted Melodies, edited by Deb Bradley & Juliet Hess
  • Book Announcement – Action-Based Approaches in Popular Music Education, by Steve Holley, Kat Reinhert, & Zach Moir
  • New Dates for the 2021 Symposium on Music Teacher Education
Conferences & Calls
  • International Symposium on Research in Choral Singing
  • Intonations Themed Issue – Alterations: Art, Performance, and Creation at a Time of Global Pandemic
  • International Society for Music Education – 35th ISME World Conference
  • Virginia Music Educators Association (VMEA) – Professional Development Conference
  • Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) – 2022 Annual In-Service
  • Tennessee Music Educators Association (TMEA) – 63rd Annual Professional Development Conference
Job Announcements
  • Assistant Professor in Music Education – RTA School of Media, Ryerson University
  • Assistant Educator, School and Educator Programs in Music Education – The Metropolitan Museum of Art: New York
  • Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, Music Education – Bienen School of Music, Northwestern University
  • Adjunct Faculty, Music Education – Rider University
  • Adjunct Instructor, Music (Voice) – Cabrillo College
  • Postdoctoral Fellow – Don Wright Faculty of Music, Western University

Read the full newsletter here: https://conta.cc/3ycEMmI

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