Possibility of Eco-Literate Music Pedagogy

Facing the prospect of global ecological crises, how can music education matter? With the advent of ecomusicology, the connection between music and environment raises many new challenges. What might music education for ecological literacy be like?

Author: Daniel J. Shevock – Penn State Altoona. Published 10/20/2015 (our inaugural article!)

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3 thoughts on “Possibility of Eco-Literate Music Pedagogy

  1. Thank you, Terry. It looks great (e.g. the watermark!). This is a new area of scholarship for me (and for our field), so I am happy to receive comments.

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