Insight through participation. Bridging the gap between cultural anthropology, cultural studies and music education.

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Abstract

In the last decades there has been an increased influence of ethnomusicology in music education research. This is reflected in the activities of international associations such as International Society for Music Education (ISME), International Music Council (IMC) and Cultural Diversity in Music Education (CDIME), as well as in a growing body of research (e.g. Drummond, 2005; Schippers, 2010; Szego, 2002; Sæther, 2003; Thorsén, 2005). In the following text, the author is placed in the gap, dealing with multi-sensual insights, inspired by both radical empiricism, deconstruction and post-colonial theory.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIntersection and interplay. Contributions to the cultural study of music in performance, education and society.
EditorsPetter Dyndahl
PublisherMalmö Academy of Music, Lund University
Pages21-34
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • Music

Keywords

  • cultural studies
  • music education
  • performance
  • education
  • society

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