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  • Open Forum, 27 May 2022

    This Open Forum took place on Friday 27th May 2022, 1-3pm UK time. It involved a discussion of the 2021 Arts Council report: Creating a More Inclusive Classical Music Sector Participants Chair: Diana Salazar, Royal College of Music Speakers: Linda Begbie, Manchester Collective Lauren Braithwaite, University of Oxford Anna Bull, University of York Tom Spurgin,…

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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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