Publications

Research groups:

Arts@School

 

Anttila, E. (2019) Migrating pedagogies: Encountering immigrant pupils through movement and dance. The International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, 10 (1), 75–96.

Anttila, E. (2018). Art education promotes the development of the child and society. Improving the Quality of Childhood in Europe (Volume 7), 61–72. Eds. Michiel Matthes et al. Alliance for Childhood European Network Group

Anttila, E. (2018). "The embodiment of hope: A dialogue on dance and displaced children". In Critical articulations of hope from the margins of arts education: International perspectives and practices. Eeva Anttila & Anniina Suominen (Eds.), 60–72, New York, NY, Routledge, (ISSN) Hardback: 9780815362838, eBook 9781351111195

Anttila, E. (2017). “Dance as embodied learning”. Finnish Journal of Music Education 20(1), 127–130.

Anttila, E. (2016). ”Tasapainoilua tanssipedagogiikan laveilla kentillä ja kapenevilla kinttupoluilla.” Tanssi yliopistossa: Kirjoituksia uuden koulutus- ja tutkimusalan muotoutumisesta. Soili Hämäläinen (toim.) Teatterikorkeakoulu: Nivel 07, 266–277.

Anttila, E. (2015). ”Arts@School”. Musiikkikasvatus 18(2), 118–119.

Anttila, E., Martin, R. & Svendler Nielsen, C. (2019). “Performing difference in/through dance. Thinking skills and creativity.” Thinking Skills and Creativity. Pamela Burnard, Teresa Cremin (Eds). Published by Elsevier Ltd. Vol 31, 209–216.

Anttila, E., Rowe, N. & Siljamäki, M. (2018). ”Teachers as frontline agents of integration: Finnish Physical Education Students’ Reflections on Intercultural Encounters.” Physical Education and Sports Pedagogy. Taylor & Francis. Vol 23(6), 609–622.

Anttila, E., & Suominen, A. (Eds.) (2018). Critical Articulations of Hope from the Margins of Arts Education: International Perspectives and Practices. (1 ed.) London: Routledge. 

Anttila, E. & Svendler Nielsen, C. (2019). “Dance and the quality of life at schools: A Nordic affiliation.” In Dance and the Quality of Life. Ed. Karen Bond. Springer, 327–345.

Björk, C. (2017). “Fallacies on 'student-centredness' in music education.” Finnish Journal of Music Education 20(1), 131–33.

Björk, C. (2017). “Music and arts teachers, embodiment, and the challenges of constructivism. Questions from a panel discussion.” Finnish Journal of Music Education 20(1), 139–41.

Björk, C. & Juntunen, M.-L. (2019). Ethical considerations on conducting research about music teaching in primary schools: A virtue ethics approach. European Journal of Philosophy in Arts Education (EJPAE) 4, 2, 63–110.

Capponi-Savolainen, A. & Kivijärvi, S. (2017). ”Exploring aesthetic experience in early childhood music education: John Dewey’s and Mark Johnson’s views on embodiment.” Finnish Journal of Music Education 20(1), 100–106.

Jaakonaho, L. (2017). “Encountering and embodying difference through dance: reflections on a research project in a primary school in Finland.” In Stephanie Burridge & Charlotte Svendler Nielsen (Eds.) Dance, access and inclusion: Perspectives on dance, young people and change. Oxon, Routledge, 65–69.

Jaakonaho, L. & Junttila, K. (2019). ”Exploring (Dis)ability: Towards Affirmative Spaces in and through Arts Pedagogy." In Anna-Lena Østern & Kristian Nødtvedt Knudsen (eds.) Performative Approaches in Arts Education: Artful Teaching, Learning and Research. Routledge Research in Education.

Juntunen, M.-L. (2019). Pupils’ perceptions of added music teaching in a Finnish primary school classroom. Finnish Journal of Music Education 23(2), 8–29.

Juntunen, M.-L. (2018). “Using socio-digital technology to enhance participation and creative engagement in a lower secondary music classroom” Nordic Research in Music Education Yearbook 18, 47–74.

Juntunen, M.-L. (2015). ”Pedagoginen kokeilu integroida iPadin käyttö, luova tuottaminen ja keholliset työtavat peruskoulun seitsemännen luokan musiikinopetuksessa. Tapaustutkimus toimijuuden näkökulmasta.” Musiikkikasvatus / Finnish Journal of Music Education, 18(1), 56–76.

Martin, M. (2016). “Dialogissa kaupunkiympäristön kanssa”. Anette Arlander & Laura Gröndahl & Maria Silde (toim.) Tekijyys, esitys ja yhteiskunta. Teatterintutkimuksen seuran julkaisusarja. Näyttämö ja tutkimus 6, 208–233.

Martin, R., El Sheikh, S. & Makled, B. (2017). “Reflections on Contemporary Arts Education in Egypt, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia” In Georgina Barton & Margaret Baguley (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Global Arts Education. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 171–186. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-55585-4

Nikkanen, H. M. (2019). "Double Agent - Ethical Considerations in Conducting Ethnography as a Teacher Researcher” In Hugh Busher & Alison Fox (eds.) Implementing Ethics in Educational Ethnography. Taylor & Francis, Routledge, 379–394.

Nikkanen, H. M. (2018). "Soittostartti - kohti musiikin instrumenttiopetuksen yhdenvertaista saavutettavuutta""; Tuulikki Laes (toim.) Musiikki-lehti (2), 71–77. Helsinki; Suomen musiikkitieteellinen seura; ISSN 0355-1059.

Nikkanen, H. M. & Westerlund, H. (2017). ”More than just Music. Reconsidering the educational value of music in school rituals.” Philosophy of Music Education Review (2), 112–127. https://doi.org/10.2979/philmusieducrevi.25.2.02

Partti, H. (2017). “Building a broad view of technology in music teacher education.”  In S. Alex Ruthmann and Roger Mantie (Eds) Oxford Handbook of Technology and Music Education. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 123–128.

Partti, H. (2017). “Pedagogical Fundamentalism to Radical Pedagogy in Music Education.” In S. Alex Ruthmann and Roger Mantie (Eds) Oxford Handbook of Technology and Music Education. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 257–276.

Partti, H. (2016). ”Muuttuva muusikkous koulun musiikinopetuksessa.” [Changing musicianship in music education at school.] Musiikkikasvatus – The Finnish Journal of Music Education 19 (1), 8–28.

Partti, H. & Väkevä, L. (2018). “SongPump: Developing Composing Pedagogy in Finnish Schools Through Collaboration Between Professional Songwriters and Music Teachers.” In Catharina, Christophersen & Ailbhe, Kenny (eds.) Musician Teacher Collaboration: Musical Alterations. Routledge.

Rowe, N., Baker, N. & Khatab, A. (2017). “The Shape of Water… Palestine, Badke and Let’s Make Noise for Gaza: Three journeys of intercultural choreographic practice in Palestine.” In S. Erenrich and J. Wergin (Eds) Grassroots Leadership and Arts for Social Change. New York: Emerald. ISBN: 978-1-78635-688-8 eISBN: 978-1-78635-687-1, 281–297.

Rowe, N., Martin, R., Buck, R. & Anttila, E. (2018). “Researching dance education post-2016: The global implications of Brexit and Trump on dance education.” Research in Dance Education. Vol. 19(1), 91–109.

Rowe, N., McMicken, D. & Newth, T. (2019). “Dancing in the setting sun: Performance, self-actualization and the elderly.” In Karen Bond (Ed) Dance and the Quality of Life. New York: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-95699-2

Siljamäki, M., Anttila, E. & Ponkilainen, M. (2017). ”Kulttuurienvälinen osaaminen liikuntakasvatuksessa: Opiskelijoiden kokemuksia turvapaikanhakijoille pidetyistä liikunnallisista kielityöpajoista.” Liikunta ja Tiede. Helsinki. Liikuntatieteellinen seura ry. Vol 6, 88–94.

Suominen, A. (2016). “Immigrant and non-immigrant students’ depictions of their gender roles in the context of Finland/Europe.” The Magazine of Education through art –IMAG, 3(1) (InSEA), 19–27. http://insea.org/publications/imag/imag-3

Thomson, K. & Toivanen, L. (2016). “From life into school and back: Independence and lifelong participation as the goals of music education.” The Finnish Journal of Music Education. 19(2), 87–90.

Turpeinen, I. (2017). ”Raw board working style, pedagogical love and gender.” In Charlotte Svendler Nielsen & Susan R. Koff (eds) Exploring identities in dance. Proceedings of the daCi Copenhagen 2015.

Waldron, J., Mantie, R., Partti, H. & Tobias, E. S. (2018). “A Brave New World: Theory to Practice in Participatory Culture and Music Learning and Teaching.” Music Education Research. Vol 20 (3), 289–304.

Basic Arts Education for All

 

Buck, R.  & Turpeinen, I. (2016). “Dance Matters for Boys and Fathers” Nordic Journal of Dance. Vol 7, No 2: 16 - 27.

Heimonen, M. (toim.) (2018). Musiikkikasvatus / Finnish Journal of Music Education; 2018 vol. 21 no 1, teemana kulttuurienvälisyys; Helsinki; Taideyliopiston Sibelius-Akatemia & Taidekasvatuksen Tutkimusseura; ISSN 1239-3908.

Heimonen, M. (2017). “Commentary. Managing Finnish music education companies for sustainable growth. A roundtable symposium for ISME 2016.” Musiikkikasvatus vol. 20 no 1: 149-152

Heimonen, M. (2017). Lukijalle / Editorial. Musiikkikasvatus vol. 20 no 1: 4-6.

Heimonen, M. (2016). “Beyond Methods. Lessons from the arts to qualitative research.” Book review. Musiikkikasvatus/Finnish Journal of Music Education 19 no 2: 84-86.

Heimonen, M. (2016). Lukijalle (Editorial). Musiikkikasvatus / The Finnish Journal of Music Education Vol. 19 no 1: 4-5.

Heimonen, M. & Westerlund, H. (2015). Lukijalle (Editorial). Musiikkikasvatus / The Finnish Journal of Music Education Vol. 18 no 1: 4-5.

Heimonen, M. & Westerlund, H. (2015). Lukijalle (Editorial). Musiikkikasvatus / The Finnish Journal of Music Education. Vol. 18 no 2: 4-6.

Juntunen, M.-L. (2018). Promoting accessibility and equality in Finnish Basic Education in the Arts. Finnish Journal of Music Education, M.-L. Juntunen & S. Karlsen (eds.); 21(2): 78 - 88.

Juntunen, M.-L. (2017). Embodiment in music teaching and learning. Musiikkikasvatus / Finnish Journal of Music Education, 20(1), 117–126.

Juntunen, M.-L. & Kivijärvi, S. (2019). Opetuksen saavutettavuuden lisääminen taiteen perusopetusta antavissa oppilaitoksissa. [Accessibility in the Basic Education in the Arts institutions in Finland]. Finnish Journal of Music Education 22 (1–2), 70–87.

Kallio, A. A. (2016). Lukijalle (Editorial). Musiikkikasvatus / Finnish Journal of Music Education, special issue Music education and religion. Kallio, Alexis Anja (Ed.) Helsinki. University of the Arts Helsinki. 2016(2): 4 - 6.

Kallio, A. A. & Heimonen, M. (2018). "A toothless tiger? Capabilities for indigenous self-determination in and through Finland's extracurricular music education system". Music Education Research, vol 20, 2018 (5): Routledge; 1461-3808, print: 1469-9893.

Kallio, A. A. & Länsman, H. (2018). “Sami Re-Imaginings of Equality in/through Extracurricular Arts Education in Finland.” In International Journal of Education and the Arts. Penn State Libraries Open Publishing. 2018, vol 18, no 7. 

Kallio, A. A. & Väkevä, L. (2017). “Inclusive Popular Music Education?” In Antti-Ville Kärjä & Fabian Holt (eds.) The Oxford Handbook on Popular Music in the Nordic Countries. Oxford University Press. 75-90.

Kivijärvi, S. (2019). Applicability of an applied music notation system: A case study of Figurenotes. International Journal of Music Education 37(4), 654–666.

Kivijärvi, S. (2018) "Nuotinkirjoituksen merkitykset yhdenvertaisuuden näkökulmasta – Kuvionuotit suomalaisessa musiikkikasvatusjärjestelmässä". Musiikki, Tuulikki Laes & Tuire Ranta-Meyer (toim), vol. 48, 2018 (2): 60 - 62.

Kivijärvi, S. & Poutiainen, A. (2019). Supplying social capital through music education: A study on interaction in special educational needs students’ concerts. Research Studies in Music Education. E-pub ahead of print.

Kivijärvi, S. & Rautiainen, P. (In print). Contesting music education policies through the concept of reasonable accommodation: Teacher autonomy and equity enactment in Finnish music education. Research Studies in Music Education.

Kivijärvi, S., Sutela, K. & Ahokas, R. (2016). ”A Conceptual Discussion of Embodiment in Special Music Education: Dalcroze Eurhythmics as a case.” Approaches: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Music Therapy, Special Issue on Dalcroze approach, health and well-being, 8(2), 169-178.

Kivijärvi, S. & Väkevä, L. (2020). Considering equity in applying Western standard music notation from a social justice standpoint: Against the notation argument. Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education 19(1), 153–173.

Kuoppamäki, A. & Vilmilä, F. (2017). "Musta tuntui että mulla on ohjat. Nuoret musiikillisen toimijuuden sanoittajina." Nuorisotutkimus-lehti. 2017 (1-2): 5-25.

Laes, T. (2017). ”Beyond participation. A Reflexive Narrative of the Inclusive Potentials of Activist Scholarship in Music Education.” In Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education 210-211, 137-151.

Laes, T. (2017). The (im)possibility of inclusion. Reimagining the potentials of democratic inclusion in and through activist music education. Sibelius Academy of the University of the Arts Helsinki: Studia Musica 72.

Laes, T. & Rautiainen, P. (2018). "Osallistuminen taiteeseen ja kulttuuriin – elinikäinen oikeus vai velvollisuus?" Aikuiskasvatus, Helsinki, Aikuiskasvatusseura, 38, 2; pp.130-139.

Laes, T. & Schmidt, P. (2016). “Activism within music education: working towards inclusion and policy change in the Finnish music school context.” British Journal of Music Education, 33 (1), 5-23. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0265051715000224

Laes, T. & Westerlund, H. (2018). “Performing disability in music teacher education: Moving beyond inclusion through expanded professionalism.” International Journal of Music Education, 36(1): 34-46.

López-Íñiguez, G. (2017). “Constructivist Self-Regulated Music Learning.” Finnish Journal of Music Education, 20(1): 134-138.

López-Íñiguez, G. (2017). “Teaching Instrumental Music Students Constructively and Fairly: Theoretical Overview and Practical Guidelines.” In Eduardo Lopes (Ed.) Tópicos de Pesquisa para a Aprendizagem do Instrumento Musical (Research themes for the learning of musical instruments). Goiânia, Brazil: Kelps. ISBN 978-85-400-2146-4, pp. 104-120.

López-Íñiguez, G. (2017). “The World of Possibility in the Music Classroom: Constructivism and Embodiment as Student-Centered Approaches to Learning – Introduction  to the Symposium”. Finnish Journal of Music Education, 20(1): 108-109.

Olkkonen, S. & Turpeinen, I. (2017). ”Vapauden aika, tila ja paikka.” Pia Houni, Anne Pässilä, Lauri Väkevä (toim.) Nuorisotutkimus 2017(1-2): 97-102.

Sutela, K., Juntunen, M.-L. & Ojala, J. (2016). ”Inclusive music education: The potential of the Dalcroze approach for students with special educational needs.” Approaches: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Music Therapy, 8(2), 179-188.

Sutela, K., Kivijärvi, S. & Anttila, E. (In print). Moving encounters: Embodied pedagogical interaction in music and dance educators’ expanding professionalism. In Heidi Westerlund & Helena Gaunt (Eds.) Expanding professionalism in music and higher music education – A changing game. Routledge.

Sutela, K., Ojala, J. & Juntunen, M.-L. (2017). ”Embodiment and ethnographic sensitivity in narrative inquiry.” Bulletin for the Council of Research in Music Education. Vol 210-211: 43-60.

Turpeinen, I. & Buck, R. (2019) “The Fathers and Sons – Discussing Encounters in Dance”. In Karen Bond (Ed.) Dance and the Quality of Life. Springer. pp. 227-243.

Väkevä, L. (2019). “Evaluation for equality: Applying a classical pragmatist perspective in qualitative assessment in Finnish general music education.” In David J. Elliott & Marissa Silverman & Gary E. McPherson (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Philosophical and Qualitative Assessment in Music Education. Oxford University Press.

Väkevä, L. (2019). “Religious repertoire in general music education: spiritual indoctrination or cultural dialogue?” In Antti Anja Kallio & Philip Alperson & Heidi Westerlund (eds.) Music, Education, and Religion - Intersections and Entanglements. Indiana University Press.

Väkevä, L. (2017). “The Politics in Teaching Popular Music: A Rancièrian View.” In Carlos Xavier Rodriguez (ed.) Coming of Age: Teaching and Learning Popular Music in Academia. University of Michigan Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.3998/mpub.9470277

Väkevä, L. (2015). “Arts Education for All.” Musiikkikasvatus – The Finnish Journal of Music Education vol 18, 2, 119-120.

Väkevä, L., Nieminen, K., Romu, T., Aaltonen, L., Keskinen, J. & Heimonen, M. (2017). “Managing Finnish music education companies for sustainable growth.” Musiikkikasvatus - Finnish Journal of Music Education. 17(1): 142-152.

Arts in Health, Welfare and Care

 

Fast, H. (2018). “Vocal Nest. Non-verbal atmospheres that matter.” JAR: Journal for Artistic Research. Vol 16.

Fast, H. (2017). ”Sanaton ääni ruumiillisena kohtaamisena. Huomioita sensibiliteetistä ja virittäytymisen kyvystä.” Niin & näin. Filosofinen aikakausilehti 17(3): 22-31.

Jansson, S.-M. (2016). “’I need a door onstage through which I can enter’ – Learning challenges of collaborative theatre practices.” Annette Arlander, Laura Gröndahl & Marja Silde (toim.). TEKIJÄ – teos, esitys ja yhteiskunta. Näyttämö ja tutkimus –julkaisusarja 6/2016: 86-106.

Jansson, S.-M. (2016). ”Työyhteisöteatteri ja taitovalmennukset – kaksi tapaa tukea työssä ja työn kehittymistä.” Teoksessa Vesa Porokuru ja Antti Huntus (toim.) Taiteen menetelmät kehittämisessä ja tutkimuksessa. Eduskunnan Tulevaisuusvaliokunnan julkaisu 4: 35-44.

Jansson, S.-M., Westerlund, H. & Siljamäki, E. (2016). ”Taide sosiaalisena oppimismuotona – Yliopisto-opiskelijoiden kokemuksia jännittämisestä ja positiivisesta vuorovaikutuksesta yliopiston toimintaympäristössä” Aikuiskasvatus 36(1): 37-49.

Jääskeläinen, T. (2016). ”Tavoitteena opetuksen kehittämistä tukevan luotettavan tutkimustiedon tuottaminen Sibelius-Akatemiassa - tapausesimerkkinä opiskelijoiden kokeman kuormittavuuden pilottitutkimus.” Musiikkikasvatus / Finnish Journal of Music Education, 19(1): 60–67.

Koivisto, T. (2016). “Walking on the High Heels of the Finnish Education System: Possibilities and Challenges for Music Intervention Programmes Implemented by a Christian Values-Based Third Sector Organisation.” Musiikkikasvatus / Finnish Journal of Music Education, 19(2), 57–63.

Koivisto, T. & Kivijärvi, S. (2020). Pedagogical tact in music education in the paediatric ward: The potential of embodiment for music educators’ pedagogical interaction. In Bonde, L. O.  &  Johansson, K.  (eds.) Music in Paediatric Hospitals: Nordic Perspectives. Oslo. NMH-publications, 27–46.

Koponen, T., Honkasalo, M.-L. & Rautava, P. (2018). “Cultural plan model: Integrating cultural and creative activities into care units for the elderly.” Arts & Health. An international Journal for Research, Policy and Practice. 10(1): 65-71. https://doi.org/10.1080/17533015.2017.1315436

Laitinen, L. (2017). Vaikuttavaa? Taiteen hyvinvointivaikutusten tarkastelu. Turun ammattikorkeakoulun tutkimuksia 46. Turku. Turun ammattikorkeakoulu

Laukkanen, A. (2018) Flight of Fantasy - Dance as affective labor. Sielu, ruumis & liha. Näkökulmia Sanna Kekäläisen työhön. Body, Meat & Spirit. Perspective to the work of Sanna Kekäläinen. Inna Schwank.

Lehikoinen, K. (2019). “Dance in Elderly Care: Professional Knowledge.” Journal of Dance Education. Published online 01 Feb 2019. Open access publication available at: https://doi.org/10.1080/15290824.2018.1453612

Lehikoinen, K. (2017). “Cultural Rights, Well-being and Democracy in Elderly Care: The Dance Ambassadors as a Case Study.” Nordic Journal of Dance 8:2, 30-41.

Lehikoinen, K. (2017). "Justifying the Arts in Health and Care in Finland: A Discourse Analytic Inquiry." In Cogent Arts & Humanities. 4:1, 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1080/23311983.2017.1345048

Lehikoinen, K. (2015). “Arts in Health, Welfare and Care.” Musiikkikasvatus – The Finnish Journal of Music Education, vol 18, 2, 120.

Lehikoinen, K. (2015). ”Suuntana tasa-arvoinen, osallistava ja luova Suomi.” Musiikkikasvatus – The Finnish Journal of Music Education, vol 18, 2, 114-116.

Lehikoinen, K. & Pässilä, A. (2016). ”Johdanto”. Lehikoinen, Kai et al. (toim.) Taiteilija kehittäjänä: taiteelliset interventiot työssä. Kokos-sarja. Helsinki. Taideyliopiston Teatterikorkeakoulu. Vol 1: 7-33.

Lehikoinen, K. & Vanhanen, E. (2017). ”Johdanto.” Kai Lehikoinen & Elise Vanhanen, Taide ja hyvinvointi: Katsauksia kansainväliseen tutkimukseen. Kokos-sarja. Helsinki. Taideyliopisto. 7-30.

Lehikoinen, K. & Vanhanen E. (eds). (2017). Taide ja hyvinvointi: näkökulmia kansainväliseen tutkimukseen. Kokos-sarja. Helsinki. Taideyliopisto.

Lilja-Viherlampi, L.-M. ja Koivisto, T. (2019). Mapping Music and Well-being in the Finnish Context Through Music Practicioner’s Work And Educational Views. Talk -verkkolehti 8.4.2019.

Pässilä, A., Kahiluoto, H., Mäkinen, H., Kahiluoto, A. & Owens, A. (2017) Creating space for creativity and sustainability through interaction of arts and science. Conference paper for the ARTEM OCC, Organizational Creativity and Sustainability international. the ARTEM OCC, Organizational Creativity and Sustainability international.

Pässilä, A. & Owens, A. (2016). “Arts Pedagogy in Management Development.” In Peter Stokes, Neil Moore, Simon M Smith, Caroline Rowland, Peter Scott (eds.) Organizational Management: Approaches and Solutions. Kogan Page. 191-218.

Tähti, T. (2017). ”Vanhustyön lähiesimies musiikillisena toimijana.” Etnomusikologian Vuosikirja, 29, 1–29. https://doi.org/10.23985/evk.60953

Tähti, T. (2015). ”Taidelähtöinen toimijuus hoivatyössä. Esimerkkinä Kulttuurikuntouttajat-koulutus.” Musiikkikasvatus – The Finnish Journal of Music Education, vol. 18 no 1: 20-41.

Socially Responsible Arts Institutions and Artists

 

Guttorm, H., Kantonen, L. & Kramvig, B. (2019). Pluriversal stories with Indigenous wor(l)ds creating paths to the other side of the mountain. Dutkansearvvi dieđalaš áigečála 3 (2): 149–172.

Hautsalo, L. (2018). ”Mitä paikallisoopperalla voi tehdä? Pentti Tynkkysen suullinen historia sosiaalisesti vastuullisen muusikkouden ilmentäjänä.” Musiikki-lehti 2/2018 (Musiikki ja tasa-arvo -teemanumero): 26–54.

Hautsalo, L. (2017). Armas Launis: Aslak Hetta, en opera om ett samiskt uppror [Armas Launis: Aslak Hetta, an opera on Sami revolt]. In Kajsa Andersson (ed): Sápmi in Ord och bild II [Sami as texts and pictures]. Hyltebruk: On Line Förlag AB. 62–75.

Hautsalo, L. & Rantanen, S. (2015). ”Suomen laulusta Pohjan neitiin. Strateginen nationalismi musiikillisen kasvatuksen käyttövoimana Suomessa 1800–1900-lukujen vaihteessa”. Musiikkikasvatus / Finnish Journal of Music Education, 18(2): 33-56.

Heikinaho, M. (2017). ”Harjoitus, jossa tekijä vapautuu ja eettinen yhteisöruumis astuu esiin.” Ruukku -verkkojulkaisu (Taiteellisen tutkimuksen kausijulkaisu) nro. 7. http://ruukku-journal.fi/en/issues/7

Hirvonen-Nurmi, K., Kantonen, L. & Kantonen, P. (2017). ”Miten voimme antaa museoesineiden puhua?” – osallistavan esityksen käsikirjoitus. Ruukku -verkkojulkaisu nro 8. SAR Conference.

Jääskeläinen, T. (2020). Individual becomes collective becomes individual: Collective Memory-Work as a reciprocal and continuous learning process for hybrid artists. In R. Hamm (Ed.) Special Issue “Collective Memory-Work”. Other Education: The Journal of Educational Alternatives, 9 (1): 337 - 345.

Jääskeläinen, T. (2019) Countering hate speech through arts and arts education - Addressing intersections and policy implications, Policy Futures in Education: Special Issue “Arts and culture in education: Questioning and reimagining current policies and practices”, Eeva Anttila and Rose Martin (Eds.), 18 (3): 344–357.

Jääskeläinen, T. (2018). Plot – A Space for Transformation in the Intercultural Research Process. In B. Jörissen, L. Unterberg, L. Klepacki, J. Engel, V. Flasche, & T. Klepacki (Eds.) Spectra of Transformation. Arts Education Research and Cultural Dynamics. Erlanger Beiträge zur Pädagogik, 17. Münster/New York: Waxmann, 89 - 94.

Jääskeläinen, T. (2016). ”Vahvistanko hiljaisuudellani rasistisia rakenteita? Toiseuden kokemuksen tunnistamisesta kohti toiminnallista tasa-arvon edistämistä.” Musiikkikasvatus / Finnish Journal of Music Education, 19(2): 64-72.

Jääskeläinen, T. & López-Íñiguez, G. (2017). ”How about equality and equity in higher music education? A theoretical framework for researching quality of music teaching and learning.” In Josep Domenech & M. Cinta Vicent-Vela & Elena de la Poza & Desamparados Blazquez (Eds) Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Higher Education Advances (HEAd’17). Valencia, Spain: Universitat Politècnica de València. 775-783.

Jääskeläinen, T. & Pitkänen-Walter, T. (2018). Art Work as a “Secret Power Opening”: A Finnish and Gambian Collaboration in Researching Perspectives, Essences, and Positions in Visual Art Education. Sand & Indigo – A Finnish and Gambian Collaboration in Art Pedagogy. T. Pitkänen-Walter & T. Jääskeläinen (Eds.), pp. 15-51, Academy of Fine Arts, Uniarts Helsinki.

Kallio-Tavin, M., Anttila, E., Jokela, T., Hiltunen, M., Lehikoinen, K. & Pusa, T. (2019). "Cultural diversity in Finnish arts education research", in Lígia Ferro & Ernst Wagner & Luísa Veloso & Teunis IJdens & João Teixeira Lopes (eds.) "Crossing Borders: Arts and Cultural Education in a World of Diversity", Eno Yearbook No. 1. Wiesbaden: Springer, 2019, pp. 71 - 89.

Kantonen, L. (2019). Revitalization of Oral History in Wixárika Community-Based Schools and Museums: Working Towards Decolonisation of Art Education Among the Indigenous Peoples of Mexico. Sámi Educational History in a Comparative International Perspective; Otso Kortekangas, Pigga Keskitalo, Jukka Nyyssönen, Andrej Kotljarchuk, Merja Paksuniemi, David Sjögren (eds.). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 265–282.

Kantonen, L. & Kantonen, P. (2019). Indigenous Knowledge, Performance Art, and the Faltering Act of Translation. Journal of Artistic Research Ruukku.

Kantonen, L. & Kantonen, P. (2017). “Living camera in ritual landscape. Teachers of the Tatuutsi Maxakwaxi school, the Wixárika ancestors, and the teiwari negotiate videography”. Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics, Vol 11(1): 39-64. https://doi.org/10.1515/jef-2017-0004

Kantonen, L. & Kantonen, P. (2017). "Videokuvan sukupolvittelu tutkimusmenetelmänä: tapaustutkimus Sääti meile Säksä aigu". Teoksessa Jari Kupiainen & Liisa Häkkinen (toim.) Kuvatut kulttuurit: kohti visuaalista antropologiaa. Suomen Kirjallisuuden Seura (SKS), 220–249. ISBN-13: 9789522228376, ISBN-10: 9522228370.

Kantonen, P. (2017). Generational Filming. A Video Diary as Experimental and Participatory Research. Taideyliopiston Kuvataideakatemia. Helsinki. http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-7131-30-5

Karttunen, S. (2020). Review of Duxbury, N. Garrett-Petts, W. F. & Longley,A. (ed.). (2019). Artistic approaches to cultural mapping: Activating imaginaries and means of knowing. London: Routledge. Cultural Trends 29 (1), 70–72.

Karttunen, S. (2017). ”Laajentuva taiteilijuus - yhteisötaiteilijoiden toiminta ja identiteetti hybridisaatio-käsitteen valossa.” TAHITI erikoisnumero 2017 (1). Helsinki Taidehistorian seura.

Karttunen, S. (2016). ”Yhteisöllisen taidetoiminnan laaja syli.”. Kommentti Satu Miettisen ym. artikkeliin Sosiaalisen muutoksen muotoilua taiteen keinoin – sankarinmatkoja afrikkalaisten nuorten kanssa. Ruukku 6, 22.9.2016

Karttunen, S. (2015). “ArtsEqual-hankeen kickoff-tilasuuden puheenvuorot – Socially Responsible Arts Institutions and Artists.” Musiikkikasvatus / Finnish Journal of Music Education, vol 18, no 2, 120-121.

Karttunen, S. & Houni, P. (2018). “ArtsEqual 2015–2021 – Introduction to a Large-Scale Research Initiative.” In Lorena Sancho Querol, Cláudia Pato Carvalho (Eds.) Conjunctions: Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation 5 (1): 1–11.

Impacts of the arts on equality and well-being

 

Ansio, H., Houni, P. & Piispa, M. (2018) “Ei ole keksitty sitä ammattinimikettä, mikä olisin” – sosiaalisesti sitoutuneen taiteen tekijät ja hybridinen työ. Yhteiskuntapolitiikka-lehti 83(1): 5-17.

Ansio, H., Seppälä, P. & Houni, P. (2017). ”Teachers' Experiences and Perceptions of a Community Music Project: Impacts on Community and New Ways of Working.” In International Journal of Education & the Arts. Vol 18, 37. Penn State Libraries Open Publishing.

Houni, P. (2017). ”Miten rakastaa kaupunkia taiteen keinoin.” Pia Houni, Anne Pässilä, Lauri Väkevä (toim.) Helsinki. Nuorisotutkimus 2017(1-2): 116-118.

Houni, P. (2017) Onko taiteesta hyötyä yksilölle ja yhteiskunnalle. PraBa, Finnish Society for Practice Based Inquiry, Pia Houni, Arto Mutanen, Jarmo Mäntyvaara (48): 61-80.

Houni, P. (2016). ”Hyveellinen elämä ja yhteisöllisyys.” Artikkeli kirjassa, Arto Mutanen & Mauri Kantola & Hannu Kotila & Liisa Vanhanen-Nuutinen (toim.) Hyvä Elämä. PraBa, Finnish Society for Practice Based Inquiry. Tampere. Juvenes Print – Suomen yliopistopaino Oy, 100-117.

Houni, P. (2015). ”Hyvinvointipuhetta uuden työn aallossa.” Tiedepolitiikka 2015(4): 31-38.

Houni, P. (2015). “Impacts on the Arts on Equality and Well-Being.” Musiikkikasvatus / The Finnish Journal of Music Education vol 18 no 2, 121-122.

Houni, P., Mutanen, A. & Mäntyvaara, J. (2018). Hyöty. PraBa, Finnish Society for Practice Based Inquiry. Tampere. Juvenes Print – Suomen yliopistopaino Oy, 5-9.

Houni, P., Pässilä, A. & Väkevä, L. (2017). ”Pääkirjoitus. Taide kaikkien oikeutena.” Nuorisotutkimus-lehden Taide kuuluu kaikille -teemanumero, 2017(1-2): 1-4.

Houni, P. & Tuisku, K. & Virtanen, M. (2016). Kulttuurista hyvinvointia sairaalatyöhön. Työelämän tutkimus 14 (2): 227 - 236.

Tuisku, K. & Houni, P. (2015). “Experiences  of  Cultural  Activities  provided  by  the Employer in Finland”  The Nordic journal of working life studies, Vol 5, no 1: 115-131.

Tuisku, K., Houni, P., Seppanen, J. & Virtanen, M. (2016). “Association Between Unstable Work and Occupational Wellbeing Among Artists in Finland: Results of a Psychosocial Survey.” Medical Problems of Performing Artists: Vol. 31 No. 2: 104-109.

Tuisku, K., Houni, P. & Virtanen, M. (2016). ”Kulttuuritoiminta työhyvinvoinnin ja luovien ideoiden lähteenä sosiaali- ja terveysalalla”. Työelämän tutkimus, 2016(2), 227-236.

Seppälä, P., Ansio, H., Houni, P. & Hakanen, J. J. (2018). ”A two-wave quasi-experimental intervention study of a participatory visual art intervention” Arts & Health. An international Journal for Research, Policy and Practice. https://doi.org/10.1080/17533015.2018.1517370

Seppälä, P., Hakanen J. J., Tolvanen, A. & Demerouti, E. (2018). "A job resources-based intervention to boost work engagement and team innovativeness during organizational restructuring: For whom does it work?", Journal of Organizational Change Management, Vol. 31 no 7, pp.1419-1437, https://doi.org/10.1108/JOCM-11-2017-0448

Visions – Systems Analysis and Policy Recommendations

 

Anttila, E. & Juntunen, M.-L. (2018). Näkökulmia kansalliseen lapsistrategiaan. ArtsEqual -raportti.

Anttila, E. & Martin, R. (2019). Editorial. Art and culture in education: Questioning and Reimagining Current Practices, Special issue. Policy Futures in Education 2020, Vol. 18(3): 341–343.

Barrett, M. & Westerlund, H. (2017). “Music Education in the Global Context”. In The Palgrave Handbook of Global Arts Education. Georgina Barton & Margaret Baguley (Eds) pp. 75 - 89. London. The Palmgrave Macmillan

Juntunen, M.-L. & Anttila, E. (2019). Taidekasvatus: peruskoulun sokea piste. Kasvatus 50 (4), 356–363.

Juntunen, M.-L. & Karlsen, S. (2018). Editorial. Finnish Journal of Music Education 21(2), 4 - 7.

Kallio, A. A., Westerlund, H. & Alperson, P. (2019).  Introduction. In A. Kallio, P. Alperson & H. Westerlund (eds.) Music, Education, and Religion: Intersections and Entanglements, (pp. 1-12). Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Karttunen, S. (2019). Self-Precarization and Structural Poverty: The Case of Finnish Grant-Oriented Visual Artists. Recherches sociologiques & anthropologiques 50 (2), 27–51.

Koskela, M., Kuoppamäki A., Karlsen, S. & Westerlund, H. (in print) The paradox of democratic popular music education. Intersectionazing ‘youth’ through curriculum analysis. In A. Kallio, S. Karlsen, K. Marsch, E. Saether & H. Westerlund (eds.) The Politics of Diversity in Music Education. Landscapes: Arts, Aesthetics, Springer. 

Laes, T. & Westerlund, H. (2018). Performing Disability in Music Teacher Education: Moving Beyond Inclusion through Expanded Professionalism. International Journal of Music Education, 36(1) 34 –46.  doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/0255761417703782

Laes, T., Westerlund, H., Saether, E. & Kamensky, H. (in print) Practicing civic professionalism through inter-professional collaboration: Reconnecting quality with equality in the Nordic music school system. In H. Westerlund & H. Gaunt (eds.) Expanding professionalism in music and higher music education - A changing game. Routledge, SEMPRE.

Laes, T., Westerlund, H., Väkevä, L. & Juntunen, M.-L. (2018). ”Suomalaisen musiikkioppilaitosjärjestelmän tehtävä nyky-yhteiskunnassa: Ehdotelma systeemiseksi muutokseksi.” Musiikki, Tuulikki Laes & Tuire Ranta-Meyer (toim); 2, 5-25.

Lavapuro, J., Ojanen, T., Rautiainen, P. & Valtonen, V. (2016). Sivistykselliset ja sosiaaliset perusoikeudet syrjäkunnissa. Kunnallisalan kehittämissäätiö, Helsinki 2016.

Odendaal, A. (2019). Conference report: Cultural Diversity in Music Education XIV. Finnish Journal of Music Education.

Odendaal, A. (2019). Structure and fragmentation: The current tensions and possible transformation of intercultural music teacher education in South Africa. In H. Westerlund, S. Karlsen, & H. Partti (Eds.), Visions for Intercultural Music Teacher Education (pp. 149–161). Dordrecht: Springer.

Odendaal, A. (2018). Neuromyths, Music Education and Advocacy: Asking the (right) questions. Finnish Journal of Music Education, 21(1), 80–83.

Odendaal, A., Levänen, S. & Westerlund, H. (2020). The Mnemonist’s legacy: On memory, forgetting, and ableist discourse in 21st century inclusive music education. Music Education Research. https://doi.org/10.1080/14613808.2020.1759518

Odendaal, A., Levänen, S. & Westerlund, H. (2018). Concluding thoughts (Brain, Arts & Education—Symposium Report). Finnish Journal of Music Education vol. 21, no 1, 102-104.

Odendaal, A., Levänen, S. & Westerlund, H. (2018). Lost in translation? Reexamining neuroscientific research and the claimed transfer benefits of musical practice. Music Education Research. https://doi.org/10.1080/14613808.2018.1484438

Rautiainen, P. (2019). Oikeus osallistua kulttuurielämään ja sen toteutuminen 2010-luvulla. Lakimies 7-8/2019.

Rautiainen, P. (2017). Sosiaaliset oikeudet ihmisoikeuksina. Sosiaaliset oikeudet - näkökulmia perustaan ja toteutumiseen. (Kalliomaa-Puha, Laura, Mattila, Yrjö & Nykänen, Eeva) Terveyden- ja hyvinvoinnin laitos, Helsinki 2017.

Väkevä, L., Westerlund, H. & Ilmola-Sheppard, L. (2017). ”Social innovations in music education: Creating institutional resilience for increasing social justice.” Action, Criticism and Theory for Music Education. Vol 16, no 6, 129-147. http://act.maydaygroup.org/volume-16-issue-3/, https://doi.org/10.22176/act16.3.129

Westerlund, H. (2020). Future narratives: Narrative mania or a resource for activist music education profession? Bulletin of Music Education Winter 2020, 23, 7-25. DOI: 10.5406/bulcouresmusedu.223.0007

Westerlund, H. (2019). The return of moral questions: Expanding social epistemology in music education. Music Education Research. DOI/MS ID: 10.1080/14613808.2019.1665006

Westerlund, H. (2018). Introduction. Expanding professionalism through social innovations: Towards wider participation in and through music schools in France, Sweden and Finland. Symposium report. Finnish Journal of Music Education vol. 21, no 2, 106-107.

Westerlund, H. (2017). ‘Renarrar’ o futuro da Educação Musical: Como a sociedade desafia a nossa profissão no Século XXI. [Renarrating the Future of Music Education: How Society Challenges Our Profession in the 21st Century]. Revista Portuguesa de Educação Musical, 142, 143, 7-16. https://doi.org/10.22176/act16.3.129

Westerlund, H. & Gaunt, H. (eds.) (in print) Expanding Professionalism in music and higher music education – A Changing Game. Routledge, SEMPRE.

Westerlund, H., Kallio, A. A. & Partti, H. (2019). The Performativity of Performance: Agency at the Intersection of Music and Religion in School. In A. Kallio, P. Alperson & H. Westerlund (eds.) Music, Education, and Religion: Intersections and Entanglements, (pp. 55-67). Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Westerlund, H. & Karlsen, S. (2017). Knowledge production beyond local and national blindspots: Remedying professional ocularcentrism of diversity in music teacher education. Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education 16 (3), 78–107. https:doi.org/10.22176/act16.3.78

Westerlund, H., Väkevä, L. & Ilmola-Sheppard, L. (2019). How Music Schools Justify Themselves: Meeting the Social Challenges of the 21st Century. European Perspectives on Music Education. St. Pölten: Musikschulmanagement Niederästerreich GmbH, 15-33.

Westerlund, H., Väkevä, L. & Laes, T. (2020). Democracy, the arts, and aesthetic education Ed. Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-287-532-7_685-1