Trauma and resilience in music education : haunted melodies / edited by Deborah Bradley and Juliet Hess.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2022.
  • ©2022
Description
viii, 224 pages ; 23 cm

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Introduction: Trauma and Music Education / Deborah Bradley and Juliet Hess – Rethinking "Bad Behavior": A Compassionate Response to "Acting Out" in Music Education / Juliet Hess – Disrupting "What We Know Too Well": A Relational Frame for Considering Trauma in Music Education / Shannan L. Hibbard – Teaching Through Trauma: Compassion Fatigue, Burnout, or Secondary Traumatic Stress? / Tawnya D. Smith – When Music Haunts Memory: Effects of Trauma on Music Learning / Deborah Bradley – Grief as Transformation: Teaching and Traumatic Loss / Colleen A. Q. Sears – Multiple Wounds, Liminality, and Crisis: Exploring Arts-Based Approaches for Trauma, PTSD, and Grief / Donna Emmanuel – Unlearning Academic Music Education: How Music Education Erases Already-Present Musical Identities / Latasha Thomas-Durrell – Approaching the "Void of Racism": Traumatic Choral Dialogues / John D. Perkins – Voices from the Inside: Working with the Hidden Trauma Narratives of Women in Custody / Catherine Birch – Locations of Trauma: Musical Experience and the Holocaust / Teryl L. Dobbs – Poetics of Suffering and Acoustic Properties of Endurance in Iran / Nasim Niknafs – The Objective Is to Flourish: Reimagining the One-to-One Music Teaching Studio / Te Oti Rakena – Conclusion: On Resilience / Juliet Hess and Deborah Bradley.
ISBN
  • 0367643669 ((hbk))
  • 9780367643669 ((hbk))
OCLC
1253477428
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