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Music Education Seminar Series: Bridget Sweet

Thursday, February 27, 2020
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Talbot College (TC)
Room: 307
Bridget Sweet

Join us for a series of public lectures, presented by the Music Education Department at the Don Wright Faculty of Music.

Public Lecture:
Bridget Sweet presents "Challenging the adolescent voice change simulacrum"

Bridget Sweet is a Professor in Music Education with Educational Sciences as profile. With a musical point of departure in Swedish traditional fiddle music, I have developed a research profile that focuses on intercultural perspectives on musical learning and creativity(ies). In 2003 I defended my doctoral thesis ”The Oral University. Attitudes to music teaching and learning in the Gambia” – a research project that laid the foundation for further development of musically informed research methods. Further research interests are social sustainability and collaborative learning. I teach educational sciences at the music teacher education program, and supervise students at graduate, master and PhD levels.

This visit is generously supported by the Don Wright Faculty of Music Undergraduate Gift Fund.

For the complete schedule and more information on events specific to grad students, visit the Music Education Seminar Series webpage.

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Patrick Schmidt - Chair, Music Education
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