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 in PeacebuildingMusic in 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
A milestone in the development of Peace Studies, the book Rethinking Peace was published this year and co-written by professors from ICU.
The European Peace Research Association (EUPRA) held its biennial conference this month in Catania, Sicily, Italy with the theme of “Peace in Difficult Times: Challenges Europe and the World Face.
his year’s conference of the Asia-Pacific Peace Research Association (APPRA) was held in Jakarta, Indonesia, from May 2 to 4.
The 63rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Ethnomusicology (SEM) took place in Albuquerque, New Mexico, from November 15-18, 2018.
It is a great pleasure to announce the publication of Keywords for Music in Peacebuilding, edited by MOMRI, as a special issue of Music and the Arts in Action (MAiA Vol 6 No 2, 2018).
This year our Annual Conference benefited from the outstanding experience of our two keynote speakers, Laura Hassler and Svanibor Pettan (see details below).