Program

 

The conference opens on Sunday 16 June at 13:00 and ends on Wednesday 19 June at 17.00.

 

Sunday, June 16

12:00 Registration opens, coffee
13:00 Symposium opening by Rector Lise Iversen Kulbrandstad
13:15-14:15 Ruth Wright:The ‘third sociology’ and music education: Towards a pedagogy of interruption
16:00 Free open-air concert at Domkirkeodden in Hamar with Norwegian and international soloists and a large orchestra. Closing concert of the Kirsten Flagstad Festival 2013.

 

Monday, June 17

09:00-10:00 Petter Dyndahl, Sidsel Karlsen, Siw Graabræk Nielsen and Odd Skårberg: Musical gentrification and the changing sociology of music education
10:15-11:00 Ylva Hofvander Trulsson: Arts Education and middle-class rearing Clare Hall: Becoming angels:Making choirboys’ musical habitus
11:00-11:45 Guillermo Rosabal-Coto: “I did it my way”: Two young Costa Rican music teachers’ resistance to remnants of colonization. A case study Abigail McHugh-Grifa: Pathways to musical engagement: The role of social networks in shaping youths’ musical development
11:45-12:30 Nur Intan Murtadza:Re-examining bi-musicality in music education Pia Bygdéus:To investigate the practice of choir leaders
12:30 Lunch
14:00-14:45 Stephanie Pitts: Exploring relationships between music education and its wider cultural context – can, does or should music education shape society?
14:45-15:30 Tran Thien An: Factors affecting music learning motivation – how to enhance contemporary music education in Vietnam Heloisa Feichas and Anna-Karin Gullberg: Towards a holistic pedagogy: Raising consciousness and developing multiple cempetences in higher music education
15:30 Coffee break
16:00-16:45 Pamela Burnard:Towards a sociology of musical creativities
16:45-17:30 Edward McClellan: Undergraduate music education major identity formation in the university music department  Jennifer Hutchison: Autonomy, relatedness and competence: A cross-generational examination of learner engagement in alternative music education programming

 

 

Tuesday, June 18

09:00-10:00 Geir Johansen:Sociology, music education and social change. The prospect of addressing their relations by combining some central, expanded concepts
10:15-11:00 Wesley Brewer and David Rickels:Social media and crowdsourcing as means of professional development in an online community of practice Ingeborg Lunde Vestad:Children’s uses of recorded music – on the constitution of musical meaning in the perspective of children’s culture
11:00-11:45 Vincent Bates:Reconsidering cosmopolitanism in music education Ailbhe Kenny: Creative collaboration within a jazz ensemble: ‘Exhilarating and frightening’?
11:45-12:30 Ti Wei Chen:The process of decolonisation, neocolonisation and recolonisation in Hong Kong schools: Investigation of the role of national anthem and Putonghua songs as music curriculum Vanessa L. Bond:Created in context: A comparative case study of music in two Reggio Emilia-inspired preschools in the United States
12:30 Lunch
14:00-14:45 Hildegard Froehlich:Toward a theory of music education by way of (social) interactionism
14:45-15:30 Joshua A. Russell:Important graduate school interactions: The perceived importance of others in forming career goals Mariko Hara:Collaborative crafting of the inclusive musical events: Involving people with dementia and their caregivers
15:30 Coffee break
16:00-16:45 Maria Westvall: Multicultural music education from the minority perspective. Teachers’ attitudes towards music as a means for ‘multicultural skill development’ in Swedish-speaking schools in Finland  Dan Sagiv: The music teacher and the “clay pot”: Magic and oppressive discipline in music instruction
16:45-17:45 Roberta Lamb: Where are the women? And other questions asked within an historical analysis of sociology of music education research publications
19:30 Conference dinner

 

 

Wednesday, June 19

09:00-10:00 Gareth Dylan Smith, Kevin Hosford, Erik Lundahl and Ryan Salazar: International perspectives on music education in England
10:15-11:00 Øivind Varkøy and Sigrid Røyseng: The good music. Instrumental and ritual trends in the valuing of music in education
11:00-11:45 Winfried Sakai: A socio-philosophical approach to music cultural education Leslie Linton:Sociology of childhood and informal learning pedagogy
11.45-12:30 Eva Georgii-Hemming and Victor Kvarnhall: Music listening in education – conventions, connotations and equality Athena Lill:An analythical lens for studying informal learning in music: Subversion, tacit knowledge an participatory performance
12:30 Lunch
14:00-14:45 Johan Nyberg: Following the map or the surroundings? Music teachers on an assessment journey Deanna Yerichuk: ‘Socialized music’: Historical formations of community music through social rationales
14:45-15:30 Coffee and Plenary