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All sessions will be held in CCM, room 3225, Mary Emery Hall.

Friday, June 5

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8:00–9:00am Coffee and registration
9:00-9:15am Welcoming Remarks
9:15–10:30am Archives (Chair: Mary Sue Morrow)

Digging in Your Own Backyard: Archives in the Music History Classroom
Danielle Ward-Griffin (Christopher Newport University)
James O’Leary (Oberlin College) View Presentation Slides

10:30–10:45am Break
10:45–12:15pm Curricular Considerations (Chair: James Briscoe)

Questioning Boundaries in Traditional Music Appreciation Pedagogy: A Study on the Effect of an Attentive, Listening-Based Approach on the Music Appreciation Achievement of College, Non-Music Majors
Heather McNeely (Bob Jones University)

Leaving the Wolf’s Glen: Measuring Decanonization in the Digital Age
Stephen Meyer (Syracuse University)

Teaching Historiography as Music History and the Idea of “Western Music”
Daniel Barolsky (Beloit College)

12:15–2:00pm Lunch/Lightning Talks (Facilitator: Matthew Peattie)

Enhancing the Classroom Community with Technology
Alex Ludwig (Berklee College of Music) View Presentation Slides

How Music Can Reshape a Film
Aaron Ziegel (Towson University) View Handout

Three Strategies for Making Hindustani Instrumental Music Accessible to Anyone
John Hausmann (University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music)  Links to Resources, Presentation Video, and Audio Examples

The “State of the Symphony” Project
Emily Richmond Pollock (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) View Handout

Digital Peer Reviews in Writing Intensive Courses
Joseph R. Matson (Illinois State University) View Presentation Slides

From Low-Stakes to High-Stakes: Teaching Written and Oral Communication Skills
Colin Roust (University of Kansas) View Presentation Slides

2:00–5:00pm Unconference Session (Facilitator: Kevin R. Burke)

Saturday, June 6

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8:00–9:00am Coffee
9:00-10:30am Engaging Diverse Audiences (Chair: Douglas Easterling)

Bringing Music to the Masses: Teaching Music History and Appreciation to a Community College Student Population
Molly M. Breckling (Wake Tech Community College)

Enabling Musical Methodologies: Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) in the Music Appreciation Class
Kevin R. Burke (Florida Institute of Technology) Link to Slides and Videos

Beyond the Trigger Warning: Teaching Operas with Sexual Violence
Kassandra Hartford (Stony Brook University)

10:30–10:45am Break
10:45–12:15pm Workshop on Team-Based Learning
Matteo Magarotto
12:15–2:00pm Lunch/Keynote Panel (Moderator: Matthew Balensuela) Toward a Skills-Based Music History Curriculum 
Gayle Sherwood MaGee (University of Illinois)
Douglas Shadle (Vanderbilt University)
Travis Stimeling (West Virginia University)
2:00–3:30pm Ethics and Exploration (Chair: Alyssa Mehnert)

Synergizing Music and Art: A Student-Led Interdisciplinary Immersion
Heather Platt (Ball State University)

Oral History and the Introductory Music History Course
Vilde Aaslid (Brooklyn College)

“Music is personal… so I’m vulnerable”: Challenges of the (Liminal) Music History Classroom
Colleen Renihan (Mount Allison University)

3:30–3:45pm Break
3:45–5:15pm Provocative Pedagogies (Chair: Matt Baumer)

Putting Questions at the Center of Research and Writing
Sara Haefeli (Ithaca College) View Presentation Materials

Demystifying Plagiarism: Leading an Engaging, Memorable, and Effective Discussion
Kristen Strandberg (Wabash College) View Presentation Slides

Pedagogical Methodologies for the Music History Survey Course
Rebecca Holman Williams (California State University at Long Beach) View Presentation Slides

5:15–5:20pm Closing Remarks 

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