Articles about activism in music education
If you are interested in music education research and ArtsEqual, you should check out the 2015 autumn issue of The Finnish Journal of Music Education. You can read it freely online. Its theme is activism in music education and many of the writers are involved in ArtsEqual.
Professor Michael Apple from the University of Wisconsin in USA writes about educational realities and the tasks of the critical scholar / activist. Professor Apple is also member of ArtsEqual's steering group.
Professor Petter Dyndahl from Hedmark University College in Norway discusses how activism in higher music education might appear as ambiguous or even paradoxical.
Music teachers Michael Albertson and James Trybendis from New York explore how protest music can facilitate critical inquiry in the high school music classroom.
The journal publishes articles and reviews on the research and practice of music education in Finnish, Swedish and English. The editor-in -chief is Heidi Westerlund, the director of ArtsEqual. The journal is published in co-operation with Suomen Taidekasvatuksen tutkimusseura and the Hollo-Institute. It is included in the RILM Full-text Music Journals Collection.