Newsletter (May 14, 2019)

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It’s hard to believe that in just a little over a month, many of us will be gathered in Limerick, Ireland for MDG Colloquium 31! If you haven’t had a chance to register yet, click on the link.
In this edition of the newsletter, you can read the latest announcements from ISME; as well as view calls for jailbreak – musical inclusion in penal institutions and a special issue of Journal of Popular Music Education. There are also several position vacancies for those on the job hunt.
In this Edition of the MDG Newsletter, you will find:
  • Announcements
    • ISME 34th Conference and Regional Conferences
  • Conferences & Calls
    • jailbreak – musical inclusion in penal institutions
    • Journal of Popular Music Education – Special issue on Learning, Teaching and Making Popular Music Online
  • Position Vacancies
    • Visiting Assistant Professor of Instrumental Music Education – Oakland University
    • Visiting Instructor/Assistant Professor of Music Education and Voice – Ouachita Baptist University
    • Lecturer and Music Education Degree Program Coordinator (Instrumental Music Education specialist) – University of Dayton
    • Director of Symphonic Wind Ensemble – Virginia Tech

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Newsletter (April 29, 2018)

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Have you registered for the MayDay Group Colloquium 31 in Limerick yet? A reminder that presenters should register no later than May 1st, 2019. The MDG Colloquium program is being finalized and should be available in the next week. For those attending the Mountain Lake Colloquium or EAS 2019, registration closes for both of these conferences on May 1st, 2019.
If you couldn’t attend the Learning Music Through Play in Out-of-School Contexts symposium, you’re in luck: the organizers have uploaded videos to their YouTube channel for home viewing.

Read on below for details about these, as well as the Editor position vacancy for Research in Music Education (RIME), calls for the inaugural issues of the International Journal of Music in Early Childhood and Musical Activism and Agency, and a position vacancy at the College of St. Scholastica.

Also in this edition on the MGD Newsletter:
Announcements
  • Mountain Lake Colloquium – Registration Closes May 1st!
  • YouTube Broadcast of Learning Music Through Play in Out-of-School Contexts
  • ISME Legacy Conference – Istanbul 2019
  • European Association for Music in Schools (EAS) 2019 – Registration deadline closes May 1!
Conferences & Calls
  • Editor Position – Research and Issues in Music Education (RIME)
  • Musical Activism and Agency: Contestations and Confluences Pre-Conference Symposium
  • Submit to Inaugural Issues of the International Journal of Music in Early Childhood (IJMEC)
Position Vacancies
  • Assistant Professor of Music Education – The College of St. Scholastica

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Newsletter (April, 9, 2019)

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This edition of the MayDay Group Newsletter includes:
 
Announcements:

– New Issue of Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education now available – ACT 18.1
Conferences & Calls
– Visions of Research in Music Education: The Conference – May 24-25, 2019
– Jazz Education in Practice and Research
– International research seminar, Redefining Academic Curricula Breaking Borders: The STEAM Proposal – Universidad De Granada
Position Vacancies
– Lecturer in Music Education – University of Southern Maine
– Interim Band Director – Marietta College
– Assistant Professor of Music Education (Woodwinds) – University of Arkansas, Little Rock
– Assistant Professor of Music (Voice) – Dalhousie University
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Newsletter (March 17, 2019)

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In this issue of the newsletter you will find:

Announcements:
– Congrats to Lisa DeLorenzo on her book, “Teaching Music: The Urban Experience” (https://goo.gl/Ahf7Hq).
– @ISPME The International Society for the Philosophy of Music Education is pleased to announce keynote speakers Michael Apple and Ruben Gaztambide-Fernandez for ISPME Symposium XII, to be held this June at Western University
– A Call for Responses to January 2019, TOPICS article by Jennifer Mellizo (http://topics.maydaygroup.org). 
– Mountain Lake Colloquium reminds all to register for the 2019 Colloquium and book rooms ASAP> The hotel will release rooms in the block on March 19th.

Position Vacancies: 
– Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Music Education @ University of York
– Assistant Professor, Music Education Program @ LaGrange College
– Visiting Assistant Professor of Music – Choral Music Education @ Coe College

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Newsletter (March 5, 2019)

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In this edition of the newsletter, you can find details about the International Fjord Summer School, the Disability Studies and Music Education Symposium, the Challenges in Music Education International Conference, and information on ISME 2019 regional conferences. There are also several position vacancies.

Announcements
– Now available for pre-order: Music Education for Social Change: Constructing an Activist Music Education by -Juliet Hess (https://goo.gl/Zbrz3v)
– Registration Open – International Fjord Summer School 2019 (https://goo.gl/8Dccgn)

Conferences & Calls
– Disability Studies and Music Education Symposium
Registration Open ( https://goo.gl/EFBgu5.)
– ISME Regional Conferences 
Challenges in Music Education International Conference (https://goo.gl/SKB4nC)

Position Vacancies
– Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Music (Voice) @ Central College
– Assistant Professor of Music Education @ Coastal Carolina University 
– Music Instructor (Choral) @ Black Hawk College 
– Assistant Professor of Music Education @ University of Central Florida
– Visiting Assistant Professor of Music (Instrumental) College of Wooster
– Assistant or Associate Professor (Director of Choral Activities) @ University of Nebraska at Kearney

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Newsletter (February 16, 2019)

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The MayDay Group wishes to extend congratulations to Dawn Bennett, Jennifer Rowley, and Patrick Schmidt on the publication of two new books: Leadership and Musician Development in Higher Education; and Leadership of Pedagogy and Curriculum in Higher Music Education. Well done!

The International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education (ISSME) registration is now open. To read about the conference and register, please visit the website below. For those who were considering submitting a proposal to the Learning Music Through Play in Out-of-School Context conference, you’ll be pleased to hear that the deadline has been extended.

Lastly, there are several position vacancies for those on the job hunt, including:

  • Director of Choral Studies – University of South Florida
  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Music Education – Bucknell University
  • Assistant Professor of Music – Adelphi University
  • Assistant Professor/Director of Choral Activities – University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
  • Assistant Professor of Music Education – University of Missouri-St. Louis

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Newsletter (January 2, 2019)

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In this edition of the newsletter, you will find information on the new journal Qualitative Research in Music Education (Jennifer S. Walter, editor); an update from the European Association for Music in Schools, and several position vacancies at:

  • Athletic Band Director and Instructor of Instrumental Music Education – Ouachita Baptist University
  • Associate Director of Bands – Appalachian State University
  • Full Time Faculty, Music – College of DuPage
  • Visiting Instructor/Assistant Professor of Music & Director of Bands – McMurry University
  • Instructional Assistant Professor / Associate Director of Bands (Non-Tenure Track) – University of Houston, Moores School of Music

Read the full newsletter here: https://goo.gl/6y5waz

Announcement: MayDay 31 Call for Proposals Deadline Extended to 1/18/19

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There is still time to submit a proposal for MDG 31, June 19-22, 2019 at the Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, Ireland. The deadline for proposals has been extended until January 18th.  The focus of the colloquium was “Music Education as Social, Cultural, and Political Action.” Click here for the Colloquium website. Click here for the Call for Proposals.

Newsletter (December 20, 2018)

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In this edition of the newsletter, there is a call for proposals for Learning Music Through Play in Out-of-School Context and a reminder of the call for proposals for MayDay Colloquium 31: Music Education as Social, Cultural & Political Action, as well as several position vacancies:
  • Assistant Professor (Choral Music Education) – University of Louisville
  • String Music Education – East Carolina University
  • Coordinator of Music Education – Susquehanna University
  • Music Education (Choral Emphasis) – University of Central Arkansas
  • General Music – University of Missouri St. Louis
  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Music Education and Director of Bands – University of West Florida

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Newsletter (December 6, 2018)

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Many thanks to those who have supported the MayDay Group through their donations on Giving Tuesday! With this support, the MDG is able to maintain our website, plan for colloquia, and more.
For those who had hoped to submit an abstract to the International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education (ISSME) but missed the deadline, we are happy to let you know that the deadline has been extended to December 10, 2018. In this newsletter, there is also information on the 3rd Annual Symposium of the LGBTQ+ Music Study Group and Global Musics and Musical Communities. While not specifically music education, the themes of both these conferences echo the Action Ideals of the MayDay Group. There are also several position vacancies in this newsletter.
Finally, the MayDay Group would like to extend congratulations to MDG member Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis on the publication of The Psychology of Music, A Very Short Introduction. Congratulations, Elizabeth!
TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
Announcements

International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education (ISSME) Deadline Extended!
Book Announcement: The Psychology of Music, A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Elizabeth

Hellmuth Margulis
Conferences & Calls
3rd Annual Symposium of the LGBTQ+ Music Study Group
Global Musics and Musical Communities
Position Vacancies
Music and Culture (Music Creativity and Technology) – University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)
Music and Culture (Music and Society) – University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)
Assistant/Associate Professor of Music Education (Choral) – Lee University School of Music
Coordinator of Music Education – California State University, Stanislaus
Assistant Professor of Music Education (Symphonic Band) – Wheaton College

Two Positions: Instrumental and Choral Music Education – Western Washington University
Assistant Professor of Music Education – University of Southern Mississippi
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