Deborah Bradley, Deanna Yerichuk, Lori-Anne Dolloff, Kiera Galway, Kathy Robinson, Jody Stark and Elizabeth Gould

Deborah Bradley retired from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2010. She taught at University of Toronto from 1997-2005, and 2010-2014. Her research focuses on race and social justice in music education. She is Editor in Chief for MayDay Group publications including Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education, and Topics. [email protected]

Deanna Yerichuk completed a Ph.D. in Music Education (University of Toronto) on the emergence of community music as a discourse in Toronto’s settlement house movement. She is now a Visiting Researcher at the University of Alberta, and leads singing classes with women in conflict with the law. [email protected]

Lori-Anne Dolloff is Coordinator of Music Education at the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto where she teaches courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in choral conducting and narrative research. Her current research focuses on the “Calls to Action” of the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission in education institutions.[email protected]

Kiera Galway is a PhD Candidate in Music Education at the University of Toronto, exploring the ways community musicians in St. John's, NL use music to mediate experience in space and place. Kiera currently teaches in the Education faculty at Memorial University in St. John's, NL and is Director of Music at the Basilica of St. John the Baptist [email protected].

Kathy M. Robinson is Associate Professor of Music Education at the University of Alberta and the director of Umculo! Kimberley. She has presented and published research focused on world musics in education and culturally relevant pedagogy and is an active clinician with more than 90 presentations given on five continents. [email protected]

Jody Stark is an Assistant Professor in Music Education at the Desautels Faculty of Music at the University of Manitoba. Ms. Stark is currently completing her Doctorate in Music Education at the University of Alberta. Her research explores music teachers’ understanding of their work and their experiences of professional learning. [email protected]

Elizabeth Gould serves as Associate Professor at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Music where she teaches philosophically-based courses in music, music education, and sexual diversity studies. Her research in gender and sexuality in the context of feminism and queer theory has been published internationally. [email protected]

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