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American Voices. Remarks on the Earlier History of Art History in the United States and the Reception of Germanic Art Historians  [PDF]
Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann
Journal of Art Historiography , 2010,
Abstract: This essay presents a critique of recent historiographic considerations of German art historians in the United States. It traces this history back to Johann Valentin Haidt in the eighteenth century. Using Princeton as a point of reference, it traces the innovations in the history of the discipline in the United States that were developed largely independent of the impact of German émigrés, and then turns to consider the possible impact of German speakers. Finally it takes issue with the idea of German Jewish identity in art history.
Voices: Continuing the Celebration  [cached]
Carolyn Kenny
Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy , 2010,
Abstract: Welcome to the March 1, 2010 issue of Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy! [...]there are so many other sections to explore – Discussions, Country of the Month, Fortnightly columns, and our newest section, Resources. There are many interviews.
Open Access and the Vision of Voices  [cached]
Brynjulf Stige
Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy , 2009,
Abstract: The Voices vision is 10 years of age. The idea of a free international and electronic journal and forum for music therapy was first discussed at the Ninth World Congress on Music Therapy in Washington, in November 1999. One and a half years later, Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy was launched at the Fifth European Music Therapy Congress in Naples
Voices Welcomes Interviews  [cached]
Krzysztof Stachyra
Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy , 2009,
Abstract: We would like to invite and encourage you to join the process of creating our common journal. Every of us can support the development of Voices by letting us know and interviewing people whose work inspires you and shows you the power of music and musictherapy.
Voices Welcomes Interviews  [cached]
Krystof Stachyra
Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy , 2010,
Abstract: We've decided to focus the November 1st issue of Voices on Helen Bonny’s life, work and music therapy method. We look for people who met her, knew her and whose professional life has been influenced by Helen Bonny.
Voices in a Preservice Teacher Discussion Group
Fram-Kulik,Sheila;
Colombian Applied Linguistics Journal , 2005,
Abstract: this discourse analysis study focuses on the dominant voices in a preservice teacher discussion group in a language variation course included in a teacher education program. the voices in the discussion group have what bakhtin (1981) considers heteroglossic characteristics and what kristeva (1986) calls intertextuality and what fairclough (1992) considers interdiscursivity. the analysis of the voices shows textualized voices, that include appropriated voices from mentors or previous teachers that replace the personal voices, at times. the dominant voice of the teacher comes into conflict with the other dominant voices during discussions. thus, the relationship of these voices structures the discussion group sessions.
Voices Welcomes Interviews  [cached]
Krzysztof Stachyra
Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy , 2009,
Abstract: We are interested in interviews with well-known music therapists as well as lesser-known music therapists whose work has impressed you or music healers (indigenous healers) whose work inspires, showing the power and potential of music. If you know of someone who has supported the development of music therapy in your country, why not share your knowledge with Voices readers by interviewing that person?
The Vitality of Vulnerable Voices  [cached]
Brynjulf Stige,Carolyn Kenny
Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy , 2005,
Abstract: Since the previous issue of Voices there has been a change in the team. We want to warmly welcome Andeline Dos Santos as our new African editor, and we also want to express our gratitude to Mercédès Pavlicevic who has served as the editor from this continent from the beginning and up till now.
Voices Welcomes Interviews  [cached]
Krzysztof Stachyra
Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy , 2010,
Abstract: As you can see our interview Voices’ section is bigger and bigger and it makes us more and more satisfied. You can read about world Music Therapy Conferences and music therapists working in the different parts of the world. At present, we are preparing a new interview “series” about a number of historically important music therapists whom many of us knew and worked with but there is a risk that the next generation will not know. You can help us in the development of the world music therapy community's knowledge about interesting well-known music therapists and lesser-known but interesting music therapists or music healers, by interviewing them. We would also welcome historical information about the development or transformation of music therapy in your region.
Voices in Art History: AAH Oral Histories  [PDF]
Announcement
Journal of Art Historiography , 2011,
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