Pedagogy Study Group of the American Musicological Society

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Teaching and educational materials, including lessons, websites, and research.

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Blog: The Jigsaw

Our blog devoted to teaching music history.


Conferences and calls for papers, virtual meetups, talks, and more.


Learn more about the Pedagogy Study Group and who we are.


Link to our peer-reviewed publication, the Journal of Music History Pedagogy


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Latest News and Announcements from the PSG:

  • Teaching Music History Conference 2022: Proposed Schedule
    Friday, June 10, 2022 8:30-10:45, TMHC Session 1: Forging Fun: Creative Projects for Music History Courses “The Music They Make, The Classes They Take: Connecting Performance and History in A…
  • CFP: AMS 2022 PSG Evening Panel
    The Pedagogy Study Group seeks proposals for a multi-format session at the next annual meeting of the AMS in New Orleans, 10–13 November, 2022. We especially encourage proposals that address the…
  • CFP: Teaching Music History Conference 2022
    The Pedagogy Study Group of the American Musicological Society and Beyond Tokenism invite proposals for the 2022 Teaching Music History Conference. The conference will take place on June 9-11 on…
  • Teaching Music History Conference 2021: Program
    The initial program for the 2021 virtual Teaching Music History Conference is now live! The conference takes place for free via Zoom for about two hours each afternoon for two…

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