Symposium

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Wednesday, June 7

15:00

Arrival and registrationMain Auditorium

17:00

Opening of the Symposium

Main Auditorium

Vassilis Bourdakis, Professor, Vice Rector, Thessaly University

Vasilia Christidou, Professor, Head of Early Childhood Education Department, Thessaly University

Hosts: Eva Georgii-Hemming, Symposium Chair - Panagiotis A. Kanellopoulos - Symposium site chair

 

17:30

Keynote 1

Auditorium

“Already the Ancient Greeks…” Towards the Discovery of Contemporary Trust and Intimacy Through Higher Music Education

Eleni Lapidaki (Professor of Music Education, Department of Music Studies, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)

&

Øivind Varkøy (Professor of Music Education, Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo).

 

Chair: Eva Georgii-Hemming

18:50

Panel 1

Auditorium

Title: Music, Society, Education: Christopher Small Revisited

Contributors: Ruth Wright, Geir Johansen, Chris Philpott

Respondent: Randall Allsup

Chair: Cathy Benedict

20:20

Reception (wine and light snack)

  

Thursday, 8 June

09:30

Panel 2

Auditorium

Title: Navigating assessment: The unending—and unnervingly narrow – terrain

Contributors: Cathy Benedict, Cecilia Ferm, Panagiotis A. Kanellopoulos, Patrick Schmidt.

Respondent:Geir Johansen

Chair: Randall Allsup

11.05

Parallel Sessions 1–2

 

1: Auditorium

 

Contributor: June Boyce-Tillman

Paper: Music in Context

Respondent: A. Ziegenmeyer

Chair: Mark Whale

 

 

 

 

 

 

2: Museum room

 

Contributor: Elizabeth Gould

Paper: Imperatives of Activism: Theorizing (as) a Deleuzian Performative Assembl(y)age

Respondent: Hanne Fossum

Chair: Panagiotis A. Kanellopoulos

12:05

Coffee break

 

12.25

 Parallel sessions 3-5

 

3:  Auditorium

 

Contributor: Lori-Anne Dolloff

Paper: Deconstructing Reconciliation: When did we practice Conciliation?

Respondent: Frank Heuser

Chair: Elisabeth Gould

 

 

4: Museum room

 

Contributor: Paul Woodford

Paper: Harperland and American Neoconservative Disdain for Music and the Arts

Respondent: Betty Anne Younker

Chair: Ketil Thorgensen

 

 5. Room Alpha

 

Contributor: Leonard Tan and Mengchen Lu

Paper: “I Wish to Be Wordless”: Philosophizing through the Chinese Guqin

Respondent:  Chiao-Wei Liu

Chair: Iris Yob

13:25

Lunch break

 

14:50

Parallel Sessions 6-8

 

6:  Auditorium

 

Contributor: Gabriela Ocadiz

Paper: Troubling Concepts of Coping: Uncomfortable Moments in Music Education

Respondent: Lauren Kapalka Richerme

Chair: Theocharis Raptis

 

 

 

 

7:  Museum room

 

Contributor: Warren Churchill

Paper: The ideology of ability:  How might music educators respond?

Respondent: Cara Bernard

Chair: Cecilia Ferm-Almqvist

 

 

8:  Room Alpha

 

Contributor: Rose Sciaroni

Paper: Mapping the Mountain: An Open Model of Creativity for String Education

Respondent:  William Perrine

Chair: Alexandra Kertz-Welzel

15:55

Parallel Sessions 9-11

 

9:   Auditorium

 

Contributor: Annette Ziegenmeyer, Christine Löbbert

Paper: Musical interaction as a key role for developing the quality of social relations

Respondent: Lori A Dolloff

Chair: Frank Heuser

 

 

 

 

10:  Museum Room

 

Contributor: Cecilia Ferm-Almqvist

Paper: How to become a guitar playing human being in the situation of ensemble courses – independent of sex; An episode of the pod-radio show Music and Equality

Respondent: Ruth W. Wright

Chair: Paul Woodford

11:  Room Alpha

 

Contributor: May Kokkidou

Paper: Post-Modernism, music literacies, and the function-oriented music curriculum: a composition in five movements

Respondent: Austin W. Showen

Chair: Leonard Tan

 

16:55

Coffee break

 

17:10

 

Parallel Sessions 12–14

 

12: Auditorium

 

Contributor: Alexandra Kertz-Welzel

Paper: Sustainability and music education: philosophical considerations

Respondent: David Lines

Chair: May Kokkidou

 

 

 

13:  Museum Room

 

Contributor: Ketil Thorgersen and Thomas von Wachenfeldt

Paper: Black Metal Pedagogy as Bildung

Respondent: June Boyce-Tillman

Chair: Annette Ziegenmeyer

14: Room Alpha

 

Contributor: Theocharis Raptis

Paper: Two anthropologies about the oneness of body-mind in music and music education

Respondent: Warren Churchill

Chair: Betty Anne Younker


 

Friday, 9 June

09:30

 

Keynote 2

Auditorium

Paradoxes of Mimesis and the Value of Display

Elena Tavani (Associate Professor of Aesthetics, Department of Human and Social Studies, University of Naples "L'Orientale")

 

Chair: Cecilia Ferm-Almqvist

10:50

 

 

Parallel Sessions 15–17

15:   Auditorium

 

Contributor: June Boyce-Tillman

Paper: The Hospitality of Wonder and Music Education

Respondent: Iris Yob

Chair: David Lines

16: Museum room

 

Contributor: Lauren Kapalka Richerme

Paper: Deleuzian Potentialities and/of Arendt’s Judging

Respondent: Cecilia Ferm-Almqvist

Chair: Lori-Anne Dolloff

 

 

 

 

17: Room Alpha

 

Contributor: Mark Whale

Paper: “You Have to Hear this Song:” Talking About Music.

Respondent: Ketil Thorgersen

Chair: Theocharis Raptis

 

 

 

 

11:50

Coffee break

12:10

 

Panel 3

Museum Room

 

Contributors: Leonard Tan, Alexandra Kertz-Welzel, David Lines, Martin Berger, Randall Allsup

Title: A Humanistic Approach to Music Education: (Critical) International Perspectives

Respondent: Øivind Varkøy

13:40

Lunch break

 

15:15

Concurrent Sessions 18-20

18:  Auditorium

 

Contributor: Hanne Fossum

Paper: Dignifying Music Education

Respondent: June Tillman

Chair: Mark Whale

19: Museum room

 

Contributor: Austin W. Showen

Paper: Curriculum Becoming Frame/d in Music Education

Respondent: Nicole Besse

Chair: May Kokkidou

20. Room Alpha

 

Contributor: Cheng Xu

Paper: The Duality of Confusion Philosophy: From a Democratic Perspective of Music Education

Respondent: Leonard Tan

Chair: Ruth W. Wright

16:15

Coffee break

 

16:30

Parallel Sessions 21-22

21:  Auditorium

 

Contributor: Daniela Bartels

Paper: Students are the end – Regarding young performers in music classrooms as democratic citizens

Respondent: Elizabeth Gould

Chair: Hanne Fossum

 22: Museum Room

 

Contributor: Estelle Jorgensen and Iris Yob

Paper: Metaphors for a Change: A Conversation about Images of Music Education and Social Change

Respondent: Cathy Benedict

Chair: June Boyce-Tillman

17:40

Music Event

Museum Room

20:30

Conference dinner - Avra Restaurant at Anavros Beach

 

 

Saturday, 10 June

10.00

Keynote 3Auditorium

The Commons and Education for Social Change

Alexandros Kioupkiolis (Assistant Professor of Contemporary Political Theory, Department of politics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki).

Chair: Patrick Schmidt

11.20

Parallel Sessions 23-24

 

23:  Auditorium

 

Contributor: Paul Woodford

Paper: On "the End of History" and The Global Decline of Music Education?

Respondent: José Luis Arostegui

Chair: Gabriela Ocadiz

 

24:  Museum Room

 

Contributor: Frank Heuser

Paper: “But It’s Just Teaching” - reflections on why the United States just might have the educational system it deserves

Respondent: Daniela Bartels

Chair: Rose Sciaroni

 

12:20

Coffee break

12.40-14.15

ISPME, General Assembly

Museum Room

 

Important Dates

1 November 2016: 
Deadline for paper submission
12 December 2016: 
End of review phase
15 December 2016: 
Feedback to authors
9 January 2017: 
Deadline submission, revised papers
6 February 2017: 
Feedback to authors
5-7 June 2017: 
Pre-conference
7-10 June 2017: 
Main conference