The Zoom-links in the yellow box below are now updated! Zoom-participants should also have received an email with updated links!
GENUS CONFERENCE 2022
Programmes, ZOOM-links and links to online interactive elements
1. Click on the link below
2. Choose the folder with the topic which preceded the group discussion slot. The last discussion on Tuesday is for summing up the entire conference.
3. Choose the document with your group's number/letter.
The overall goal of Genus project is to raise the awareness of gender and equality perspectives in music education. We want to equip students, teachers and leaders in music education with practical tools to make the gender balance more equal in the future.
We have by now emailed out information to all those registered for the conference. If you haven't received any emails about the conference, but know that you registered, please email email@example.com with your name and I'll add you to the mail-out list!
Meet our 2022 speakers:
Sarah Raine is a Research Fellow in Ethnomusicology at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance at the University of Limerick (Ireland). Sarah’s published research considers issues of gender and generation, authenticity and identity, and the construction of the past and present in popular music scene and industry. She is the author of Authenticity and Belonging in the Northern Soul Scene(Palgrave Macmillan: 2020) and the co-editor of Towards Gender Equality in the Music Industry(with Dr Catherine Strong, Bloomsbury: 2019) and The Northern Soul Scene (with Tim Wall and Nicola Watchman Smith, Equinox Publishing: 2019). Sarah is also the co-Managing Editor of Riffsand acts as a Book Series Editor for Equinox Publishing (Music Industry Studies / Icons of Pop Music) and an Editor for Jazz Research Journal (alongside Nic Pillai).