Deborah Bradley (Canada)
J. Scott Goble (Canada)
Vincent C. Bates (USA)
Emmett O’Leary (USA), Naomi Leadbeater (Canada), Jennifer Mellizo (USA)
Joseph Abramo—University of Connecticut, USA. Music Education: popular music, music teacher education, gender, cultural studies, disability studies, poststructuralism
Vincent C. Bates (former editor)—Weber State University, Utah, USA. Critical theory, social class, rural music education, ecological sustainability
Cathy Benedict – University of Western Ontario, Canada. Pedagogical engagements
Wayne Bowman (former editor) – Manitoba, Canada. Music education: philosophy, curriculum
Deborah Bradley (editor) – University of Wisconsin-Madison (retired); Canada. Music education: critical multiculturalism, anti-racism, philosophy, and sociology; choral music education and conducting
Richard Colwell – University of Illinois (emeritus), USA. Music education: research, assessment, educational psychology
David J. Elliott (former editor) – New York University, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. Music education: philosophy
Carol Frierson-Campbell – William Paterson University of New Jersey, USA. Music education: research pedagogy, music education in marginalized settings, sociology, instrumental music
Eva Georgii-Hemming – Örebro University, School of Music, Theatre and Art, Sweden. Music education: philosophy of music, epistemology, popular culture, cultural theory, narrative research
J Scott Goble (editor) – University of British Columbia, Canada. Music education: history, philosophy, semiotics, conducting, choral music
Wilfried Gruhn – University of Music, Freiburg, Germany. Music education: history of music education, neurobiology of music learning, music learning theory.
David G. Hebert – Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway. Music education: international-comparative studies, ethnomusicology, technology, sociology, non-western philosophy, wind bands, East Asia, Northern Europe
Juliet Hess – Michigan State University, USA. Music education: anti-oppression education, equity education, critical pedagogy, “world music” education
Sidsel Karlsen – Hedmark University College, Department of Fine Arts and Computer Science, Norway. Sociology of music education; cultural studies; multicultural music education
Alexandra Kertz-Welzel – Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, Germany. Philosophy of music education, music education policy, sociology of music education, community music, internationalization/globalization, social change, children’s musical cultures
Pentti Määttänen – University of Helsinki, Department of Philosophy; University of Art and Design, Art Department, Finland. Philosophy: epistemology, cognitive science, philosophy of art
Roger Mantie – University of Toronto (Scarborough), Canada. Music education: lifelong music making; well-being, leisure and recreation, teacher education, instrumental music
Marie McCarthy – University of Michigan, USA. Music education: general music, history, social and cultural contexts of music teaching and learning, music and identity
Edward R. McClellan – Loyola University New Orleans, USA. Music education, music teacher education, identity, music teacher identity, pre-service teacher socialization, sociology, social-cognitive theory, psychology of teaching and learning, instrumental music pedagogy
Sean Robert Powell – University of North Texas, USA. Critical theory, sociology, philosophy, policy, narrative, post-qualitative inquiry, music teacher education
Anita Prest – University of Victoria, Canada. Decolonization, indigenization, rurality, sociology, qualitative and Indigenous research methodologies
Thomas A. Regelski (founding editor) – Helsinki, Finland. Music education: philosophy, social theory, and sociology, curriculum theory, general and choral music education
Guillermo Rosabal-Coto – University of Costa Rica. Postcolonial and decolonial thinking, institutional ethnography, music education sociology, teacher education, Latin American and Caribbean contexts.
Patrick Schmidt – University of Western Ontario, Canada. Music education: policy, critical pedagogy, philosophy, teacher education
Daniel J. Shevock – Independent Scholar, Pennsylvania, USA. Philosophy of music education, ecological literacy, improvisation, interdisciplinarity, spirituality
Marissa Silverman – Montclair State University, USA. Music education: philosophy, urban music education, musical interpretation, and ethics and social justice
Gareth Dylan Smith – Boston University, USA. Music education: popular music, music performance, drumming, embodiment, identity.
Sandra L. Stauffer – Arizona State University, USA. Music education: general music, composition, listening, teacher education
Brent C. Talbot – Gettysburg College, USA. Music education: discourse analysis, critical pedagogy, marginalization and privilege, Indonesian music
Matthew D. Thibeault – University of Florida-Gainsville, USA. Curriculum, media, technology
Øivind Varkoy – Norwegian Academy of Music. Philosophy of music education, justification of music education, instrumental and intrinsic values of music and music education, philosophical-sociological perspectives on music education, personal development/”bildung” in music education, philosophy of music
Lise Vaugeois – Lakehead University, Canada. Coloniality in music and music education and strategies of decolonization, Foucaultian genealogy, feminist post-colonial analysis, critical pedagogies, philosophy and sociology of music education, community music.
Janice Waldron – University of Windsor, Canada. Social media and music learning, participatory culture, informal music learning, online music communities, and vernacular musics
Robert Walker – University of New South Wales, Australia. Aesthetics and postmodern theory, cultural theory, music curriculum, auditory-visual perception, philosophy of music.
Heidi Westerlund – Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki, Finland. Philosophy and sociology of music education, music teacher education, qualitative research.
Deanna Yerichuk – University of Alberta, Canada. Music+education: community music, choirs, vocal pedagogy, sociology, critical history, discourse analysis, policy, postmodern theory