Music EducationMusic EducationInvestigating music education as a proactive approach to fostering peace,
and developing curricula aligned
with social justice.Young People’s Chorus of New York City
(sponsored by Min-On in 2000)
Music and PeacebuildingMusic and PeacebuildingTo pursue a multidisciplinary investigation of the potential application of music in
peacebuilding activities.International Students Music Festival in Osaka (sponsored by Min-On in 2007)
Music SociologyMusic SociologyUnderstanding the influence of musical activity upon
social structures and social experiences.From the Series “A Musical Voyage along the Silk Road”
(sponsored by Min-On in 1985)
Music and EcologyMusic and EcologyMusic connecting us with our environments; learning from the systems perspective.From the Series “A Musical Voyage along the Silk Road” (by Min-On’s Research Team in Pakistan in 1977)
News & Topics
The mission of Musicians without Borders is to use music to connect communities, bridge divides, and heal the wounds of war and conflict.
It was truly an honor and an exciting opportunity to be invited as expert advisor to the Sounding Conflict Project.
The 62nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Ethnomusicology (SEM) took place at the Denver Marriot City Center from October 26 to 29, 2017.
Our Annual Report Conference took place from Oct. 19 to 22, 2017, with a public symposium on Oct. 21 and strategic and thematic brainstorming sessions including MOMRI researchers and two special guests the other three days.
The theme for the 14th Inter-American Symposium on Ethnographic Research in Education was “Crossing Borders: Disciplines, Languages/Cultures, and Spaces/Places.”
“Musicking and Nonkilling for Peacebuilding: Crises, Dangers and Opportunities” was held from Mon. Sept. 18 to Wed. Sept. 20, 2017 in Vasa, Finland.