Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy

An Open Access peer reviewed journal that invites interdisciplinary dialogue and discussion about music, health, and social change. The journal nurtures a critical edge that refines the focus on inclusiveness, socio-cultural awareness, and social justice. For more details, see vision statement and section policies.


Vol 17, No 3 (2017): Performing Health, Identity, and Social Justice

Table of Contents

Editorials

Creating, Providing, and Performing Space HTML XML
Michael Viega
We’re Forever Grateful, Dear Big Sister HTML XML
Brynjulf Stige, Katrina McFerran, Susan Hadley

Exploring the Spaces Between Performance and Health

Rendering Beyond_words in Transitioning to Motherhood Through Visual and Dramatic Arts HTML XML
Victoria Scotti, Nancy Gerber
Performing Wellness: Playing in the Spaces Between Music Therapy and Music Performance Improvisation Practices HTML XML
Deborah Seabrook
The Arts Therapist in Public: The Dichotomy of Clinical and Performative Improvising HTML XML
Nicky Haire, Becky White, Philippa Derrington

Creating Space for Sharing Identities

Exploring Identity: If Your Soul Could Speak, What Would She Say? HTML XML
Debra Jelinek Gombert
Singing my way to Social Justice HTML XML
Karan Casey
“The Lines Between Us”: Exploring the Identity of the Community Musician Through an Arts Practice Research Approach HTML XML
Kathleen Turner

Creating Space for Cultural and Religious Dialogues

The Saz as a Mode of Understanding Alevism HTML XML
Iris Sibel Muradoglu
The Irish World Music Café: Performing and Recording as Tools for Sustainable Social Integration HTML XML
Helen Phelan, Julianne Hennelly, Dominic Chappell, Andrew Nathan Roberts
“Passion, Lament, Glory”: Baroque Music and Modern Social Justice Resonances HTML XML
Jane W. Davidson


Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy (ISSN 1504-1611)