Volume 15

Issue 1, January 2016

Vincent C. Bates, EditorForeword: How can music educators address poverty and inequality?1
Geoffrey Baker, Guest EditorEditorial Introduction: El Sistema in critical perspective 10
Robert FinkResurrection Symphony: El Sistema as ideology in Venezuela and Los Angeles33
Owen LoganLifting the veil: A realist critique of Sistema’s upwardly mobile path58
Nicolas DobsonHatching plans: Pedagogy and discourse within an El Sistema-inspired program 89
Anna BullEl Sistema as a bourgeois social project: Class, gender, and Victorian values120
Guillermo Rosabal-CotoCosta Rica’s SINEM: A perspective from postcolonial institutional ethnography
154
Anna-Karin Kuuse, Monica Lindgren, and Eva Skåreus“The feelings have come home to me.” Examining advertising films on the Swedish website of El Sistema
188

Issue 2, March 2016

Deborah Bradley, Editor in Chief, MDG PublicationsYearnings: Music education and making a better world
1
Thomas A. RegelskiMusic, music education, and institutional ideology: A praxial philosophy of music sociality 10
Juliet HessBalancing the counterpoint: Exploring musical contexts and relationships
46
Carol Frierson-Campbell and Keumje Park“I want to learn that”: Musicking, identity, and resistance in a Palestinian music academy
73
Nan Qi and Kari K VeblenTransformative learning through music: Case studies from Brazil 101
Eric ShiehAfter Eric Garner: Invoking the black radical tradition in practice and in theory #BlackLivesMatter126
Matthew C. GrahamHeralding the other: Sousa, simulacra, and settler colonialism
146
Elin AngeloMusic educators’ expertise and mandate: Who decides, based on what
178

Issue 3, June 2016

Edward McClellan, Guest EditorEditorial introduction: The 9th International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education (2015)PDF
1
Vincent C. Bates
Toward a sociology of music curriculum integrationPDF
8
Bina Ann John, Linda Cameron, and Lee Bartel
Creative musical play: An innovative approach to early childhood music education in an urban community school of musicPDF
21
Charles Carson and Maria Westvall
Intercultural approaches and “diversified normality” in music teacher education: Reflections from two anglesPDF37
Alexandra Kertz-Welzel
Sociological implications of English as an international language in music educationPDF
53
Rachel Brashier
“Just keep going, stay together, and sing OUT”: Learning Byzantine music in an informal and situated community of practicePDF
67
Janice Waldron
An alternative model of music learning and ‘last night’s fun’: Participatory music making in/as participatory culture in Irish traditional musicPDF
86
Joseph Abramo
#MarchOnRome: Of alterity, social media, and marching bandsPDF
113
Carol Frierson-CampbellMusicking in a West Bank conservatory: Toward a sociological framework PDF
132
Danielle SirekProviding contexts for understanding musical narratives of power in the classroom: Music, politics, and power in Grenada, West IndiesPDF
151
Susana M. Lalama
Caring climate, empathy, and student social behaviors in high school bandPDF
180

Issue 4, August 2016

Anita Prest, Guest EditorEditorial introduction: Recognizing the rural pdf
1
Michael CorbettMusic education and/in rural social space: Making space for musical diversity beyond the city pdf
12
Daniel J. ShevockMusic educated and uprooted: My story of rurality, Whiteness, musicing, and teaching pdf
30
Andrea VanDeusen“It really comes down to the community”: A case study of a rural school music program pdf56
Janet SpringThe power of metaphor in rural music education research
pdf
76
Julia BrookPlace-based music education: A case study of a rural Canadian school pdf
104
Anita PrestSocial capital as a framework for music education research
pdf
127
Vincent C. Bates“Big city, turn me loose and set me free.” A critique of music education as urbanormative
pdf
161

Issue 5, August 2016

Vincent C. Bates, EditorIntroduction: Reaffirming critical theory for social justice in music education
pdf
1
Colleen SearsSeeking aporia: Experiences with teaching social justice in the undergraduate music education program pdf
6
Maria WassrinChallenging age power structures: Creating a public sphere in preschool through musicking pdf
25
Radio Cremata, Joseph Pignato, Bryan Powell, and Gareth Dylan SmithFlash study analysis and the Music Learning Profiles Project pdf51
Dylan van der Schyff, Andrea Schiavio, and David J. ElliottCritical ontology for an enactive music pedagogy
pdf
81