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Dominant and Marginalized Narratives in Music Education: Intersections of Religion, Spirituality, and Sexual/Gender Diversity in Music Classrooms

Dominant and Marginalized Narratives in Music Education: Intersections of Religion, Spirituality, and Sexual/Gender Diversity in Music Classrooms (Panel Discussion) Rev. Dr. June Boyce-Tillman, University of Winchester, UK Dr. Cantor Evan Kent, Hebrew Union College, Jerusalem Rev. Dr. Kerri Mesner, Arcadia

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Moving Forward: Exploring an Agenda for Research, Practice, and Activism among LGBTQ Allies in Music Education

Moving Forward: Exploring an Agenda for Research, Practice, and Activism among LGBTQ Allies in Music Education [Panel Discussion] Dr. Susan W. Conkling, Boston University Dr. Steven J. Morrison, University of Washington Dr. Jason M. Silveira, Ithaca College Dr. Frank M.

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Panel Discussions

Moving Forward: Exploring an Agenda for Research, Practice, and Activism among LGBTQ Allies in Music Education Dominant and Marginalized Narratives in Music Education: Intersections of Religion, Spirituality, and Sexual/Gender Diversity in Music Classrooms Strengthening the Learning Environment: Legal Dimensions of

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