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Systemic Oppression In/Through Music Education

Redfern Arts Center - Room 112
Friday, · -

What possibilities exist for decolonizing music education? Drawing upon a number of scholars and researchers, this provocation and workshop asks scholars and practitioners to consider how our historicities and assemblages may contribute to the perpetuation of systemic oppression in/through music education.

Presented by:

Brent Talbot, Ph.D. Associate Professor & Coordinator of Music Education Gettysburg College

For more information, please contact Sandra Howard: showard1@keene.edu or 358-2344

This event is part of the Music Department calendar and is open to the public.
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Contact:
Deb Ford
music@keene.edu
603-358-2177
Categories: Music
Event Dates:

To request accommodations for a disability, please contact the coordinator at least two weeks prior to the event.

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