MSWInternational Events *
Study Day at Middlesex University UK (details TBA)
Music, Spirituality and Wellbeing Conference
Fostering Wellbeing in Times of Global Crisis
Tawnya D.Smith and Karin S.Hendricks, co-conveners
Boston University, Boston Massachusetts, USA
Conferences in which members may be interested
Education Formation and The Church II
A two-day academic conference, organized by researchers from the Theological University in Kampen and Apeldoorn.
In Christian education we are used to expressions such as “growth”, “talents” and “human flourishing”. According to current pedagogical and psychological approaches, it seems that human perfection sets the standard. The emphasis on the positive side of belief in human formation somehow risks losing sight of the reality of sin and brokenness.
Kampen, The Netherlands
XXII Quinquennial World Congress of the IAHR
Hosted by the New Zealand Association for the Study of Religions, will take place in Dunedin, New Zealand August 23-29, 2020.
While welcoming contributions on any topic in the academic study of religion, this year’s Congress will have the theme of Centres and Peripheries.
Dunedin, New Zealand
The ECER 2020 in Glasgow intends to interrogate the capacity of educational research to address the complexity of the challenges that are encountered in connecting and reconnecting communities in contemporary Europe.
University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK
Culture, Health and Wellbeing International Conference
Dr Michael McBride, Chief Medical Officer in Northern Ireland, will give a keynote speech. Dr McBride has been closely involved in the development of the new Health and Social Care structures in Northern Ireland .
We will also hear about the wonderful Our Future Foyle project, a collaboration between the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design at the RCA, the Public Health Agency Northern Ireland and Urban Scale Interventions.
PASMAE and ISME Africa Regional Conference
The theme of the Conference is Equity and Diversity in Musical Arts Education, with subthemes as Instructional methodologies in musical arts education, Inclusivity and access, Cultural policy in Africa, Musical Arts Education and Technologies, Musical Arts Creativity, Improvisation and Composition, Research in musical arts, Education and Musical Arts in the Community and health, well-being and spirituality in musical arts.
Cultural Diversity in Music Education conference
The Cultural Diversity in Music Education (CDIME) conference has provided a platform for the exchange of practices, experiences, research and philosophies on cultural diversity in music education since 1992. In 2021, the CDIME XV international conference will be hosted by the research entity, Musical Arts in South Africa: Resources and Applications, at the North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa.
Potchefstroom, South Africa
European Music therapy Conference at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh
QMU is the only music therapy training provider in Scotland. Music therapy is situated within the School of Health Sciences and the Division of Occupational Health and Arts Therapies, and over the years has attracted students from across Europe and beyond. Renowned for relevant research and knowledge exchange work which focuses on making a positive impact on society, QMU has widely recognised expertise in health and rehabilitation, as well as creativity and culture.