Journal of Historical Research in Music Education

Articles from Vol. 18, No. 2, April

A New Look at a Significant Cultural Moment: The Music Supervisors National Conference 1907-1932
The Music Supervisors National Conference (MSNC) was a product of the Progressive period, a creation of music teachers who were typical Progressives--reform-minded, middle-class, and primarily Midwestern. (2) Public education was growing astronomically...
Editorial
In the previous twenty-seven volumes of the Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, there has never been a full issue devoted to only one topic. This issue is an exception, as we recognize the 100th anniversary of the first meeting and founding...
MENC and Music Education: 1933-1957 Survival and Growth through a Challenging Era
The second twenty-five years of MENC's existence, 1933 to 1957, was an era of unprecedented change and daunting challenge in America. At the same time this period in music education is characterized by unprecedented growth and development in the number...
MENC from 1957 to 1982: Music Education against the Backdrop of the Cold War, the Struggle for Civil Rights, and Emerging Technology
A Time of Change for Education and Music Education The twenty-five-year period from 1957 to 1982 was a time of dynamic change for American society and for music education. Our profession matured during that quarter-century to meet the needs of American...
Why Keokuk?
Why would a small, Midwestern community become the founding city for a national music educator's organization? In 1907 Keokuk, Iowa, was no different from many prospering river towns. There is no particular reason that the Music Supervisors National...
Widening Horizons with a Global Lens: MENC Responds to the New World Order, 1982-2007
Anniversaries mark important milestones in the development of a professional association. They provide an occasion for documenting, reflecting, and celebrating the past, and envisioning the future. In this issue the profession celebrates the centennial...
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