University of Washington music education professor is 2007 Jane Frazee Distinguished Artist-Scholar
University of Washington music education professor Dr. Patricia Shehan Campbell will present the summer Graduate Programs in Music Education seminar as the programs' 2007 Jane Frazee Distinguished Artist-Scholar.
The seminar will be held from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, July 8, in Room 304, Murray-Herrick Campus Center. A reception follows in the Fireside Room (Room 260) of Murray-Herrick. The public is welcome; cost is $10 at the door.
Campbell, whose interests include music for children, world music in education and the use of movement as a pedagogical tool, has delivered lectures and conducted clinics throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, Latin America, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Topics of her many publications include cross-cultural music learning, children's musical developmetn, music methods for children and pedagogical approaches to the study of world music in K-12 and university courses.
Campbell's latest book is Teaching Music Globally (2004), one of multiple volumes in the Oxford University Press Global Music Series, for which she is co-editor. She also is author of Songs in Their Heads: Music and Its Meaning in Children's Lives (1998), Music in Cultural Context (1996) and Lessons From the World (1991/2001), and co-author of many other books.
Campbell, who is the Donald E. Petersen Professor of Music at at the University of Washington, has served two terms on the council of the Society for Ethnomusicology and served on the boards of the college Music Society and the International Society for Music Education. She has a Ph.D. from Kent State University and a B.F.A. from Ohio University.