Creating a More Inclusive Music Theory Repertoire: What We Learned

Betsy Marvin (Eastman School of Music) and Jane Clendinning (Florida State University College of Music) are coauthors of The Musician's Guide to Theory and Analysis. In their classrooms they strive to create a diverse music theory curriculum by including pieces by women and people of color. Here they describe the process of incorporating diverse pieces …

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What I Learned as I Implemented Antiracist and Decolonizing Practices in My Anthropology Course

Liz Soluri is a biological anthropology professor at Cabrillo College and coauthor of Laboratory Manual and Workbook for Biological Anthropology, 2e. She is especially interested in pedagogy and issues of student learning, and her ongoing research focuses on redesigning, implementing, and evaluating effective teaching methods for undergraduate anthropology courses, particularly biological anthropology. In this blog …

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Celebrating Women Composers in the Classroom

Norton Music's Assistant Editor, Julie Kocsis, put together a playlist based on Professor Rachel Lusden’s essay in The Norton Field Guide to Teaching Music Theory. In her essay, Lumsden calls for a more diverse and inclusive repertoire in the music classroom, and it’s our hope that this playlist helps you get started. In her essay in The …

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