Tuesday March 15 (Afternoon) through Wednesday March 16, 2016
The Philosophy SRIG of NAfME is excited to announce a pre-conference for graduate students interested in discussing aspects of writing and publishing philosophy in the field of music education. Participants need not have prior formal experience writing philosophy. The pre-conference will take place ahead of the 2016 NAfME Biannual Research Conference in Atlanta and will be hosted by Georgia State University.
The graduate pre-conference will focus on philosophical studies and their function, meaning, and task for music education in today’s society. Lecture-workshops will be held by an array of North American scholars. These lecture-workshops will provide opportunities to discuss topics including idea generation, the writing process, and publishing. Lectures include:
Joseph Abramo, University of Connecticut
Cathy Benedict, Western University
Patrick Freer, Georgia State University, Academic Editor of Music Educators Journal
Estelle Jorgensen, Indiana University, Walden University, Editor of Philosophy of Music Education Review
Lauren Kapalka Richerme, Indiana University
Patrick Schmidt, Western University
Iris Yob, Walden University, Associate Editor of Philosophy of Music Education Review
There is no registration fee for participation in this conference. However, due to limits of space, the preconference will be limited to 20. If those who register exceed 20, a selection of participants will be chosen based on equal representation of schools, amount of time left in doctoral studies, and qualifications based on personal statement.
To register, please fill out the form by December 1, 2015: http://goo.gl/forms/U2QXOBbJCD
We will notify participants by January 1, 2016. If you have any questions, please contact Joseph Abramo at email@example.com