Soft Boundaries: Re-Visioning the Arts and Aesthetics in American Education

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Copyright Acknowledgments

The author and the publisher gratefully acknowledge permission for use of the following material: Excerpts from National Standards for Arts Education, published by Music Educators National Conference ( MENC). Copyright © 1994 by MENC. Reproduced with permission. The complete National Arts Standards and additional materials relating to the Standards are available from MENC -- The National Association for Music Education, 1806 Robert Fulton Drive, Reston, VA 20191 (telephone 800-336-3768).

" Hard Boundaries and the Marginalization of the Arts in American Education," in Philosophy of Music Education Review ( Spring 1999). Reprinted with permission of Philosophy of Music Education Review.

" History, Philosophy, and the Canons of the Arts," in Journal of Aesthetic Education ( 1998). Reprinted with permission of the University of Illinois Press.

" Autonomist-Formalist Aesthetics, Music Theory, and the Feminist Paradigm of Soft Boundaries," in The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism special issue on Music," 52 ( 1994): 113-26. Reprinted with permission of The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism.

" History and the Philosophies of the Arts," in The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism special issue on "Philosophy and the Histories of the Arts"," 51 ( 1993); 363-75. Reprinted with permission of The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism.

" Soft Boundaries and Relatedness: Paradigm for a Postmodern Feminist Musical Aesthetics in boundary 2 special issue on Postmodern Feminisms ( 1992). Reprinted with permission of Duke University Press

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