Teaching Music History Conference 2017

9-11 June 2017 at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA

Panel Videos

What about the facts? Old and New Approaches to Content Acquisition in the Music History Classroom

Friday, June 9, 9:00–10:30am
Robin Wallace, Baylor University
Matt Baumer, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Molly Breckling, University of West Georgia
Louis Epstein, St. Olaf College
Rebecca Marchand, Boston Conservatory at Berklee

Advocacy for Adjunct Instructors of Music History (Part 1)

Saturday, June 10, 9:00–10:30am
Chair: Reba Wissner
“Adjuncts, Advocacy, and Pedagogy,” Andrew Granade, University of Missouri—Kansas City
“Adjuncts and Accessibility: A Perspective from Music and Disability Studies,” Samantha Bassler, New York University and Rutgers University at Newark (read by Alex Ludwig)
“What’s in Your Backpack? A Guide to Lightening the Load as an Adjunct,” Paula Bishop, Bridgewater State University

Advocacy for Adjunct Instructors of Music History (Part 2)

Saturday, June 10, 9:00–10:30am
“The Benefits of Grading Online: A Workflow for Adjuncts,” Alex Ludwig, Berklee College of Music

Advocacy for Adjunct Instructors of Music History (Part 3)

Saturday, June 10, 9:00–10:30am
“One Course, Three Ways: Teaching Music History as an Adjunct in Multiple Institutions,” Reba Wissner, Montclair State University

New Approaches in the Music History Classroom (Part 1)

Saturday, June 10, 10:45–11:45am
“Localizing a Euro-Centric Music Canon: Breathing Life Back into the Dusty Archives of our Institutions,” Elina G. Hamilton, The Boston Conservatory at Berklee

 

New Approaches in the Music History Classroom (Part 2)

Saturday, June 10, 10:45–11:45am
“Open Access Musicology”
Daniel Barolsky, Beloit University
Sarah Day-O’Connell, Skidmore College
Louis Epstein, St. Olaf College
Sara Haefeli, Ithaca College