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  • Open Forum, 27 May 2022

    The Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Music Studies Network is delighted to announce the next Open Forum event. We are particularly keen to involve UG and PG students in these events, so please do pass on details to your students. Friday 27th May 2022, 1-3pm UK time. Please join for a discussion of the 2021…

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  • Pathways to Music

    In this video, members of the Pathways to Music working group introduce the aims of the group and some of the work they are doing.

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  • Open Forum, 23 March 2022

    EDIMS Open Forum events are intended primarily for staff and students in the Music HE sector, as a space for discussion, exchange of ideas and reflection on current EDI practice. This event was held on 23rd March, 3-5pm via Zoom. Please find the video recording below. Chair: Vanessa Paloma Elbaz, University of Cambridge Speakers:Jacob Thompson-Bell,…

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  • Open Forum, 7 February 2022

    The Open Forum Events in spring/summer 2022 are intended primarily for staff and students in the Music HE sector, as a space for discussion, exchange of ideas and reflection on current EDI practice. This event was held on Monday 7th February 2022, 4-6pm via Zoom. Please find the video recording below. Speakers: Fay Hield, University…

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  • d/Deafness and Music

    Session 4 of the Undergraduates Reading Group took place on 14 January 2022. A podcast and transcript is coming soon! Reading: Holmes, J. A. (2017). Expert Listening beyond the Limits of Hearing: Music and Deafness. Journal of the American Musicological Journal 70(1), 171-220. doi.org/10.1525/jams.2017.70.1.171

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  • EDI in Practice

    Session 3 of the Undergraduates Reading Group took place on 26 October 2021. Reading:  Hess, J. (2015). Decolonizing music education: Moving beyond tokenism. International Journal of Music Education 33(3). 336-347. doi.org/10.1177/0255761415581283

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