Publications

Publications:

Books

 

Johnson, D. (ed.) 2018. Confluence – perspectives from an intercultural music exchange in Nepal. Perspectives in music and music education no 12. Malmö: Malmö Academy of Music, Lund University.

Kallio, A. A., Alperson, P. & Westerlund, H. (eds.) Forthcoming in 2019. Music, education, and religion: Intersections and entanglements. Indiana: Indiana University Press.

Westerlund, H., Karlsen, S. & Partti, H. (eds.) In print. Visions for intercultural music teacher education. Springer.

Peer-reviewed articles

 

Kallio, A. A. 2017. Give violence a chance: Emancipation and escape in/from school
music education. In G. D. Smith, M. Dines & T. Parkinson (eds.) Punk Pedagogies:
Music, Culture and Learning. Routledge.

Kallio, A. A. In print, forthcoming, 2019. Music, education, and religion: An invitation. In A. A. Kallio, P. Alperson & H. Westerlund (eds.) Music, Education, and Religion: Intersections and Entanglements. Indiana: Indiana University Press.

Kallio, A. A., Alperson, P. & Westerlund, H. In print, forthcoming in 2019. Introduction. In A. A. Kallio, P. Alperson & H. Westerlund (eds.) Music, Education, and Religion: Intersections and Entanglements. Indiana: Indiana University Press.

Kallio, A. A. & Länsman, H. 2018. Sámi re-imaginings of equality in/through
extracurricular music education in Finland. International Journal of Education and the
Arts, 19, 7.

Kallio, A. A. & Westerlund, H. In print, forthcoming in 2019. The discomfort of intercultural learning in music teacher education. In H. Westerlund, S. Karlsen & H. Partti (eds.) Visions for Intercultural Music Teacher Education. Springer.

Karlsen, S. 2017a. Policy, access and multicultural (music) education. In P. Schmidt
& R. Colwell (eds.) Policy and the Political Life of Music Education. New York: Oxford University Press, 211-230.

Karlsen, S. 2017b. Musikklæreridentitet på rømmen? Noen betraktninger rundt utviklingen av et felt [Music teacher identity on the run? Some observations on the development of a field]. In S. G. Nielsen & Ø. Varkøy (eds.) Utdanningsforskning i musikk – didaktiske, sosiologiske og filosofiske perspektiver. Oslo: Norwegian Academy of Music, 59-68.

Karlsen, S., Westerlund, H. & Miettinen, L. 2016. Intercultural practice as research in music education: An outline of an ethics-based rationale. In P. Burnard, E. McKinley & K. Powell (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Intercultural Arts Theory, Research and Practice. New York: Routledge, 369-379.

Miettinen, L. In print, forthcoming in 2019. Religious identities intersecting higher music education: An Israeli teacher educator as boundary worker in an all-female ultra-orthodox Jewish context. In A. A. Kallio, P. Alperson & H. Westerlund (eds.) Music, Education, and Religion: Intersections and Entanglements. Indiana: Indiana University Press.

Miettinen, L., Gluschankof, C., Karlsen, S. & Westerlund, H. 2018 (first online). Initiating mobilizing networks: Mapping intercultural competences in two music teacher programs in Israel and Finland. Research Studies in Music Education, 1-22.  doi: 10.1177/1321103X18757713.

Miettinen, L., Westerlund, H. & Gluschankof, C. In print, forthcoming in 2019. Narrating change, voicing values and visions for intercultural music teacher education. In H. Westerlund, S. Karlsen, S. & H. Partti (eds.) Visions for Intercultural Music Teacher Education. Springer.

Sæther, E. 2018. Intercultural musical learning in higher music education: A way forward. In D. Johnson (ed.) Confluence – perspectives from an intercultural music exchange in Nepal. Perspectives in Music and Music Education no 12. Malmö: Malmö Academy of Music, Lund University, 101-105.

Treacy, D., Timonen, V., Kallio, A. A. & Shah, I. Forthcoming. Imaginging beyond ends-in-view: The ethics of assessment as valuation in Nepali music education. In D. J. Elliott, M. Silverman & G. McPherson (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Philosophical and Qualitative Perspectives on Assessment in Music Education. Oxford University Press.

Westerlund, H. 2017. Visions for intercultural teacher identity in C21st super diverse societies. In P. Burnard, V. Ross, E. Mackinlay, K. Powell, T. Dragovic & H. J. Minors (eds.) Building Interdiscisplinary and Intercultural Bridges: Where Practice Meets Research and Theory, 12–19. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzB-0KN7nKv7Rk01eHNWZUgtQkU/view.

Westerlund, H., Kallio, A. A. & Partti, H. In print, forthcoming in 2019. The performativity of performance: Agency at the intersection of music and religion in school. In A. A. Kallio, P. Alperson & H. Westerlund (eds.) Music, Education, and Religion: Intersections and Entanglements. Indiana: Indiana University Press.

Westerlund, H. & Karlsen, S. 2017. Knowledge production beyond local and national blindspots: Remedying professional ocularcentrism of diversity in music teacher education. Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education, 16(3), 78-107.

Westerlund, H. & Karlsen, S. 2018. Co-constructing global visions for intercultural music teacher education: Experiences from a mobilizing network between Finnish, Israeli and Nepali music teachers. Finnish Journal of Music Education, 21(1), 56-63.

Westerlund, H. & Karlsen, S. In print, forthcoming in 2019. Epilogue. In H. Westerlund, S. Karlsen & H. Partti (eds.) Visions for Intercultural Music Teacher Education. Springer.

Westerlund, H., Karlsen, S. & Partti, H. In print, forthcoming in 2019. Introduction. In H. Westerlund, S. Karlsen & H. Partti (eds.) Visions for Intercultural Music Teacher Education. Springer.

Westerlund, H. & Partti, H. 2018 (first online). A cosmopolitan culture-bearer as activist: Striving for gender inclusion in Nepali music education. International Journal of Music Education. doi/pdf/10.1177/0255761418771094.

Westerlund, H., Partti, H. & Karlsen, S. 2017. Identity formation and agency in the
diverse music classroom. In R. A. R. MacDonald, D. J. Hargreaves & D. Miell (eds.)
Handbook of Musical Identities. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 493-509.

Other publications

 

Karki, K. 2017. “Volunteering for democracy in Nepali extracurricular music education”. Written work as part of Teacher’s Pedagogical Studies. University of Arts, Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, Finland.

Shah, I. 2017. “Countering Inequality in Nepali Music Education”. Written work as part of Teacher’s Pedagogical Studies. University of Arts, Helsinki. Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, Finland.

Shrestha, J. 2017. “Peer Teaching and Learning in a Nepali Rock Band”. Written work as part of Teacher’s Pedagogical Studies. University of Arts, Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, Finland.

Timonen, V. & Treacy, D. 2015. Training ignorant experts? Taking Jacques Rancière seriously in music teacher education. Finnish Journal of Music Education, 18(2), 84-87.

Tuladhar, R. 2017. “Building social capital through music participation: A case of a female dapha/bhajan ensemble”. Written work as part of Teacher’s Pedagogical Studies. University of Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy, Helsinki.

Westerlund, H. 2018. Preface. In D. Johnson (ed.) Confluence. Perpectives from an intercultural music exchange in Nepal. Perspectives in Music and Music Education No 12. Lund University, 13-15.

Westerlund, H. & Karlsen, S. 2018. Co-constructing global visions for intercultural music teacher education. Experiences from a mobilizing network between Finnish, Israeli and Nepali music teachers. Finnish Journal of Music Education 21, 1, 56-63. 

Conference presentations

 

Ehrlich, A. 2018, July. Initiating collegial collaboration against dominant ideology: Conversations between an Orthodox Jew and a devout Muslim music teacher educator in Israel. Paper presented at the Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commission (MISTEC), Prague, Czech Republic.

Ehrlich, A. 2018, July. Assessing an intervention towards inclusion: The Ultraorthodox women’s campus for music teacher education in Jerusalem. Paper presented at the International Society for Music Education Conference (ISME), Baku, Azerbaijan.

Gluschankof, C. & Ehrlich, A. 2017, March-April. Confusing music teacher identity mixed messages in extra-curricular programming of a faculty of music education. Paper presented at the Cultural Diversity in Music Education XIII (CDIME) Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Gluschankof, C., Miettinen, L., Karlsen, S. & Westerlund, H. 2016, January. Mapping intercultural competences in two music teacher programmes in Israel and Finland. Paper presented at the Research at College 16, Levinsky College of Education, Tel Aviv, Israel.

Gurung, P. & Treacy, D. S. 2017, March-April. Building an appreciative inquiry teachers' network: A co-reflection from the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. Paper presented at the Cultural Diversity in Music Education XIII (CDIME) Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal

Johnson, D., Sæther, E., Thomson, K., Upadhyaya, P., Westerlund, H. & Gurung, P. 2018, July. Confluence – perspectives from an intercultural music exchange in Nepal. Paper presented at the International Society for Music Education Conference (ISME), Baku, Azerbaijan.

Kallio, A. A. 2018, February. Apology or inquiry? Learning from Indigenous ontoepistemologies and methodologies as a non-Indigenous researcher. Paper presented at the 2nd European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Leuven, Belgium.

Kallio, A. A. 2018, June. Cultivating a decolonial imagination in music teacher education. Paper presented at the Music in schools and teacher education commission (MISTEC), ISME, Prague, Czech Republic.

Kallio, A. A. 2018, February. Joik research. Paper presented as part of the symposium: Arts-based research in the area of Nordic music education – a multi modal turn? (chair: Cecilia Ferm Almqvist) at the 23rd conference of Nordic Network for Research in Music Education, Oslo, Norway.

Karki K. 2018, July. Volunteering for democracy in Nepali extracurricular music education. Paper presented at the International Society for Music Education Conference (ISME), Baku, Azerbaijan.

Karlsen, S. 2018, July. What does intercultural collaboration look like from an institutional perspective? Paper presented at the Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commission (MISTEC), Prague, Czech Republic.

Karlsen, S. & Westerlund, H. 2018, July. Workshop: Searching for commonalities and diversities in music teacher education. Presented at the Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commission (MISTEC), Prague, Czech Republic.

Koskela, M., Kuoppamäki, A., Karlsen, S. & Westerlund, H. 2017, March-April. What counts as diversity? Intersectional investigations into Finnish national music curricula. Paper presented at the Cultural Diversity in Music Education XIII (CDIME) Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Miettinen, L. 2016, May. Ethical considerations of collaborative cross-cultural research: A case of Finland and Israel. Paper presented at the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana-Champaign, USA.

Miettinen, L. 2016, May. Stepping out of comfort zones: Narratives of intercultural
identity work of two music teacher educators in Finland and Israel. Paper presented
at the 5th International Conference on Narrative Inquiry for Music Education, Urbana-Champaign, USA.

Miettinen, L. 2017, March-April. Co-constructing intercultural music teacher education through methodological design. Paper presented at the Cultural Diversity in Music Education XIII (CDIME) Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Miettinen, L., Gluschankof, C., Karlsen, S. & Westerlund, H. 2014, July. Initiating mobilizing networks: A case study on intercultural competences in two music teacher programs in Israel and Finland. Paper presented at the ISME (International Society for Music Education) 2014, Porto Alegre, Brasil.

Miettinen, L., Gluschankof, C. & Westerlund, H. 2016, July. Envisioning intercultural music teacher education in a time of uncertainty. Paper presented at the International Society for Music Education 32nd (ISME) World Conference, Glasgow, Scotland.

Odendaal, A. 2017, March-April. Intercultural teaching skills through the eyes of four South African music teacher educators. Paper presented at the Cultural Diversity in Music Education XIII (CDIME) Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Partti, H. & Westerlund, H. 2015, April. Social activism in the ‘Majority World’ music education: A narrative study on one Nepalese Newari musician’s life-long negotiation between tradition and visions for inclusion. Paper presented at the Research in Music Education (RIME) Conference, Exeter, UK.

Perl, N. & Ehrlich, A. 2018, July. Institutional perspectives, developments and
experiences from an Israeli perspective. Paper presented at the Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commission (MISTEC), Prague, Czech Republic.

Sæther, E. 2018, July. Music education in times of trouble. Paper presented at the Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commission (MISTEC), Prague, Czech Republic.

Shah, I. 2017, November. Co-developing music education through reflexivity and exchange in the context of Nepal. Paper presented at the ISME South Asia Regional Conference, Bangalore, India.

Shah, I. 2018, July. Video presentation in the panelInstitutional perspectives, developments and experiences in Finland, Israel and Nepal”. Presented at the Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commission (MISTEC), Prague, Czech Republic.

Shah, I. 2018, July. Countering Inequality in Nepali Music Education. Paper presented at the International Society for Music Education Conference (ISME), Baku, Azerbaijan.

Shah, I., Treacy, D. S. & Timonen, V. 2015, June. Assessment as manifestations of culturally constructed conceptions of knowledge and values in music education: Challenges for envisioning practices in Nepalese schools. Paper presented at the Cultural Diversity in Music Education XII (CDIME) Conference, Helsinki, Finland.

Shah, I. & Tuladhar, R. & Karki, K. 2018, July. Co-developing music education through reflexivity and exchange in the context of Nepal. Panel presentation at the International Society for Music Education Conference (ISME), Baku, Azerbaijan.

Shah, I., Tuladhar, R., Shrestha, J. & Karki, K. 2017, March-April. Co-developing music education through reflexivity and exchange in the context of Nepal. Paper presented at the Cultural Diversity in Music Education XIII (CDIME) Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Timonen, V. 2017, November. Reinventing music teacher educators through
intercultural collaboration and program development. Paper presented at the ISME South Asia Regional Conference, Bangalore, India.

Timonen, V. 2018, July. Challenging a Finnish folk musician’s professional self: Artistic and pedagogical transformations in Nepal. Paper presented at the Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commission (MISTEC), Prague, Czech Republic.

Timonen, V., Juntunen, M.-L. & Westerlund, H. 2017, March-April. Colonialism or
empowerment? Exploring teacher reflexivity in a Nepalese music school context. Paper presented at the Cultural Diversity in Music Education XIII (CDIME) Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Timonen, V., Shah, I. & Partti, H. 2016, July. Towards educational development through intercultural collaboration: Co-creating the ‘third space’ in music teacher education in Finland and Nepal. Paper presented at the International Society for Music Education 32nd (ISME) World Conference, Glasgow, Scotland.

Treacy, D. S. 2015, March. Co-constructing visions for inclusive music education: Appreciative Inquiry in Kathmandu Valley schools. Paper presented at the Nordic Network for Research in Music Education (NNMPF) Conference, Helsinki, Finland.

Treacy, D. S. 2015, June. Co-constructing visions for inclusive music education in Nepal: Methodological choices and ethical considerations for cross-cultural research. Paper presented at the Cultural Diversity in Music Education XII (CDIME) Conference, Helsinki, Finland.

Treacy, D. S. 2015, September. Appreciative Inquiry and teacher collaboration as a strategy for envisioning inclusive music education in Nepal. Paper presented at the Society for Ethnomusicology-International Council for Traditional Music Conference, Limerick, Ireland.

Treacy, D. S. 2017, February. Reflexive Appreciative Inquiry in the majority world:
Methodological and ethical deliberations from a 4D cycle with musician-teachers in
the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. Paper presented at the European Congress of
Qualitative Inquiry, Leuven, Belgium.

Treacy, D. S. 2017, March. Co-constructing visions for context-specific music teacher education: Appreciative inquiry in the Kathmandu Valley. Paper presented at the Nordic Network for Research in Music Education (NNMPF) Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden.

Treacy, D. S. 2017, September. Co-constructing visions for music teacher education:
Methodological and ethical deliberations on anticolonial research in the majority world. Paper presented at the How to Speak About the Unspeakable in Research Conference, Oulu, Finland.

Treacy, D. S. 2017, November. Engaging practitioners as inquirers: Co-constructing
visions for music teacher education in Nepal. Paper presented at the ISME South Asia Regional Conference, Bangalore, India.

Treacy, D. S. 2018, July. To imagine, aspire, inquire and take action: Experiences co-constructing visions with musician-teachers in the Kathmandu Valley. Paper presented at the Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commission (MISTEC), Prague, Czech Republic.

Treacy, D. S., Thapa, S. & Neupane, S. K. 2017, March-April. Cultural renewal and change: The role of global influences in Nepali music and music education. Paper presented at the Cultural Diversity in Music Education XIII (CDIME) Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Treacy, D. S. & Westerlund, H. 2016, July. Rethinking the distinction between school music and ‘proper’ music education: Lessons from the School Song practice in Nepal. Paper presented at the International Society for Music Education 32nd (ISME) World Conference, Glasgow, Scotland.

Tuladhar, R., Shreshtha, J., Karki, K. & Sharma, S. 2017, November. Building
formal music education in Nepal – a case of public-private partnership. Paper presented at the ISME South Asia Regional Conference, Bangalore, India.

Westerlund, H. 2017, March-April. From knowledge-transmission to societal
transformation: Diversity as a test for democracy in music education. Panel with
Huib Schippers and Patricia Shehan Campbell at the Cultural Diversity in Music Education XIII (CDIME) Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Westerlund, H. 2017, November. Striving for unity or diversity? What the west can
learn from value-songs in Kathmandu Valley schools? Paper presented at the ISME South Asia Regional Conference, Bangalore, India.

Westerlund, H. 2018, July. Institutional perspectives, developments and experiences from a Finnish perspective. Paper presented at the Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commission (MISTEC), Prague, Czech Republic.

Westerlund, H. 2018, July. Global visions: Institutional learning through transnational collaboration between Nepali, Israeli and Finnish music teachers. Panel presentation at the International Society for Music Education Conference (ISME), Baku, Azerbaijan.

Westerlund, H., Galmiche, M., Kamensky, H., Laes, T. & Sæther, E. 2018, July. Expanding professionalism through social innovations: Towards wider participation in and through music schools in France, Sweden and Finland. Paper presented at the Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commission (MISTEC), Prague, Czech Republic.

Westerlund, H., Kallio, A. & Karlsen, S. 2018, March. Interrogating intercultural competences: Towards relational professionalism in music teacher education. Paper presented at the 26th European Association for Music in Schools Conference, Jelgava, Latvia.

Westerlund, H. & Karlsen, S. 2016, July. Co-developing global visions through living the paradoxes of context-bound and cross-national music teacher education. Paper presented at the International Society for Music Education 32nd (ISME) World Conference, Glasgow, Scotland.

Westerlund, H. & Karlsen, S. 2018, February. Co-constructing global visions for intercultural music teacher education: Experiences from a mobilizing network between Finnish, Israeli and Nepali music teachers. Paper presented at the Nordic Network for Research in Music Education, Hurdal, Norway.

Westerlund H. & Karlsen, S. 2018, July. Co-constructing global visions for intercultural music teacher education: Experiences from a mobilizing network between Finnish, Israeli and Nepali music teachers. Paper presented at the Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commission (MISTEC), Prague, Czech Republic.

Westerlund, H., Karlsen, S., Saether, E. & Bresler, L. 2017, March-April. Panel:
Global visions through mobilizing networks: Co-developing intercultural music teacher
education in Finland, Israel and Nepal. Presented at the Cultural Diversity in Music Education XIII (CDIME) Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Invited keynotes

 

Bresler, L. 2017, October. Knowledge that matters: Seeking aesthetic wisdom.
Presented at the Tacit Knowledge in the Arts Conference, Umeå, Sweden.

Partti, H. 2017, July. Towards cosmopolitan musicianship in the era of total connectivity. Keynote at the Asia-Pacific Symposium for Music Education (APSMER ’17) - Music Education Transcending Borders, Melaka, Malaysia.

Saether, E. 2016, August. Social sustainability and education reform – implications of and reflections on El Sistema in Sweden. Keynote at the BIBAC Conference, Building Interdisciplinary Bridges Across Cultures, University of Cambridge, UK.

Westerlund, H. 2016, May. Future narratives: Narrative mania or resource for activist music educators? Keynote at the NIME4: The fifth International Conference on Narrative Inquiry in Music Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA.

Westerlund, H. 2016, August. Visions for intercultural teacher education: Sociological angles and cross-cultural lessons from Finland, Israel, Cambodia and Nepal. Keynote at the BIBAC Conference, Building Interdisciplinary Bridges Across Cultures, University of Cambridge, UK.