Journal of Historical Research in Music Education

Articles from Vol. 15, No. 1, October

Editorial
Readers of the Journal of Historical Research in Music Education (JHRME) will notice a new look beginning with this issue. Over the summer of 2003, the School of Music at Arizona State University transferred responsibility for editing and publication...
Inclusion of Women Composers in College Music History Textbooks
In recent years a heightened interest in the roles that women have played in the history of music has led to an increase in research about and recognition of women musicians. As a result, more written material is now available, including biographies,...
Looking Back in Time: On Being a Music Education Historian
Introduction In educational research today there is certainly more acceptance of both qualitative and quantitative methods than ever before. In 1990 these were known as the "humanistic" and "social-scientific" methods. The paradigms behind these...
Nationalism in School Texts in Taiwan
Introduction After fifty-one years as a Japanese protectorate, at the end of the second World War Taiwan was returned to China in August 1945 as part of the Cairo Declaration. (1) During the time of the Japanese protectorate, education was efficiently...
Radiating a Hope: Mary Cardwell Dawson as Educator and Activist
Mary Cardwell Dawson spent her adult life as an activist. (1) From 1926 until her death in 1962 her goal in every endeavor was to provide professional experiences for classically trained African American performers. She accomplished this goal in a...