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Russell Presents Research at Conference in Greece
Joshua Russell, assistant professor of music education in The Hartt School, presented research on July 25 at the joint symposia of the 12th International Conference of Music Perception and Cognition and the 8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music. The symposia took place in Thessaloniki, Greece, from July 23–28.
Russell’s paper, entitled “Important Experiences and Interactions in the Occupational Identity Development of Music Educators,” was well received at the conference and will lead to future international collaborative research projects with scholars from multiple countries interested in this topic.
In the previous weeks, other research by Russell was presented at the 30th International Society for Music Education – Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commission (MISTEC) in Komotini, Greece. Russell’s co-author, Dr. Dale Misenhelter, presented the paper, entitled “Values and Activities in Undergraduate Music Education: An Exploratory International Perspective.”