The AMS Pedagogy Study Group is a community of teacher-scholars who aim to think creatively and reflectively about all facets of teaching music history.
Pedagogy is rarely a focus of graduate training in musicology, and even seasoned instructors know that college-level teaching involves perpetual refinement and adaptation. AMS-PSG aims to equip, challenge, and inspire musicologists from all career stages to grow as effective teachers.
AMS-PSG supports a number of forums for the exchange of ideas and resources among musicologists. Recognized officially by the American Musicological Society since 2006, AMS-PSG sponsors panel sessions and breakout discussions at each AMS meeting that focus on pedagogical issues of current importance to the discipline. It promotes further dialogue through the annual Teaching Music History Conference, The Journal of Music History Pedagogy, and the AMS-PSG Facebook group. Seeking to be as inclusive and relevant as possible, AMS-PSG focuses on active dialogue among instructors who serve a wide range of institutions and curricula.
Please contact Paula Bishop (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in service within the Pedagogy Study Group.
Louis Epstein, St. Olaf College (chair)
Alex Ludwig, Berklee College of Music (secretary/treasurer)
TMHC 2021 Virtual Program Committee
Tim Cochran, Eastern Connecticut State University (chair)
AMS 2021 Chicago Evening Panel Committee
Mary Natvig, Bowling Green State University (chair)
Kirsten Speyer Carithers, University of Louisville
T.J. Laws-Nicola, University of Kansas
Marjorie Roth, Nazareth College
Kelly Huff, Washburn University
Diversity and Inclusion Committee
Esther Morgan-Ellis, University of North Georgia (chair)
Contingent Labor Support Committee
Reba Wissner, Berkeley College (chair)
Jane Ellsworth, Eastern Washington University
Chantal Frankenbach, Sacramento State University
Alex Ludwig, Berklee School of Music
Jacob A. Cohen (webmaster)
Tim Cochran, Eastern Connecticut State University
Melissa Cummins, University of Kansas
Jessica Getman, The Gershwin Institute