Music Education & Ethics Colloquium in June

The Cali School of Music will host the Mayday Research Colloquium XXII:  

“Music Education and Ethics: Theoretical and Practical Concerns”

Keynote Speaker: “Happiness and Education” by Dr. Nel Noddings, Lee L. Jacks Professor of Education, Emerita, Stanford University

Ethical concerns have regained a central place in contemporary educational theorizing. In contrast, ethical issues remain on the margins of contemporary music education philosophy and practice. Mayday Group Colloquium XXII seeks to stimulate new and needed reflections on all aspects of ethical thinking that can promote an applied ethics for music education, thus bringing ethical considerations to the fore in the decisions that teachers, researchers, and teacher educators face daily.

For information on registration and housing go to: www.mdg-22.com

Papers:
Danny Bakan: Folk 2.0: Song on the On-line World as Ethical, Worldly, Cosmopolitan Curriculum
Wayne Bowman: Habits and Ethical Action
D
arryl Coan: If Action is Ideal: Ethics in Music Education as Social Praxis and Creative Act
Lawrence Ferrara: On the Ethics of Musical Parody in Music Education
Carol Frierson-Campbell: Towards a Caring Pedagogy of Music Education Scholarship and Research
Hildegard Froelich: ‘Gatekeeper-Gate Opener’ and Related Reflections about Ethical Behavior in the Role of Research Mentor in Music Education
Scott Goble: Peirce’s Ethics and Praxialism in Music Education
Peter Gouzouasis: The Ethics of Artless Curricula: An Ethos of Repositioning Music Education in the 21st Century
Daniel Hellman: Competition in Music Education: Ethical Implications for Teachers
Roger Johnson: The Ethics of an Updated Curriculum
John Kratus: Music Education’s Social Responsibility to Musical Amateurism
Joelle Lien: Ethics in Music Teaching and Research: A Seminar Course for Music Educators
Roger Mantie: Striking up the Band: Music Education Through a Foucaultian Lens
Elizabeth Parker: Investigating the Ethics of Selectivity in High School Choral Ensembles
Brendan Prout: Whetting an Appetite for Oppression: Discipline and Control in Music Education
Thomas Regelski: Toward an Applied, Professional Ethic for School Music
John Richmond: Cultural Relevance, Resource Constriction, and Ethical Leadership: Envisioning a Strategic Future for University Music Schools
Nicole R. Robinson: The Sociopolitical Educational ‘Mismatch’: Underpinnings for Demographic, Teacher Quality, and Academic Achievement Gaps in Urban Music Education
Carlos Xavier Rodriguez and Rebecca M. Rinsema: Teaching Writing in Doctoral Music Education Programs: Faculty and Student Perspectives on the Parameters of Ethical Practice
Mark Whale: Becoming Human: Ethics as Musical Self-Critique