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C. A. L. M.-related conference presentations

(for publications of the research team look at each member's individual webpage)

Lapidaki, E. (forthcoming. 2016). Uncommon Grounds: Preparing Students in Higher Music Education for the Unpredictable. Philosophy of Music Education Review (p. 1-24).


Lapidaki, E. (2015). Philosophy, “good” practices and conclusions toward Roma children literacy and inclusion in the school (in Greek). In S. Mitakidou, & E. Tressou (Eds.). [In- and Out-of-School Intervention Policies for Strengthening Roma Children Participation in the School (pp. 25 - 70). Thessaloniki, Greece: Copycity Ltd.


Lapidaki, E. (2014). Artistic reciprocity as course-based practice of crossing ‘mono-artistic’ boundaries in higher visual arts and music education. Journal of Visual Art Practice, 13(2), 150-157.


Lapidaki, E., de Groot, R., & Stagkos, P. (2012). Communal Creativity as Sociomusical Practice. In G. McPherson, & G. Welch (Eds.),The Oxford Handbook of Music Education. Vol. 2 (pp. 371-388). Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Lapidaki, E. (2012). Expanding communities through music education: A practice of "conversation of multiple voices." In S. van der Maas, C. Hulshof, & P. Oldenhave (Eds.), Liber Plurum Vocum voor Rokus de Groot (pp. 94-100). Amsterdam: Universiteit van Amsterdam (ISBN 978-90-818488-0-0).


Lapidaki, E. (2009). Challenging music students’ assumptions about the nature of music teaching: the example of C.A.L.M. The Reflective Conservatoire, 2nd International Conference - Building Connections. Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London, 28 February – 3 March.

Lapidaki E., (2008). Music education as political action beyond the liberal democracy canon. In M. Baroni, & J. Tafuri (Eds.), Proceedings of the 28th International Society of Music Education, World Conference, Music at All Ages (pp. 518-519). Bologna, Italy: ISME.

Lapidaki, E. (2007). Learning from masters of musical creativity: Shaping compositional experiences in music education. Philosophy of Music Education Review, 15(2), 93-117.

Lauridsen Roed, N., & Lapidaki, E. (2008). “ I hear with my little ear”: a political approach to music teaching and learning. Conference Proceedings of the Second Interactive Music Conference Bergen. Bergen. Norway, 28-30 April.

Lapidaki, E. (2008). Music learning communities in schools: Music Education as social action (invited keynote)(in Greek and English). In M. Argyriou (Ed.), Current Trends and Dynamics of School Psychology in Education and Music Pedagogy: Symposium Minutes (pp.123-124). Athens, Greece: Greek Primary Music Teachers’ Association and Diaplasis Books (ISBN: 978-960-6638-67-1). Pireaus, Greece, 11-12 April.

Lapidaki, E. (2007). Learning communities and music education: Music teacher training as political action (in English and Italian). In M. Biasutti (Εd.), Proceedings of the International Conference Training Music Teachers: Research in Psychology of Music and Music Education, pp. 44 & 90 (ISBN 978-88-6129-142-3). Padova, Italy: Cleup. 5-6 November.

Lapidaki, E. (2007). Transgressing ‘accustomed’ creative experiences in music education. Conference Proceedings of the First Interactive Music Conference Bergen, Bergen, Norway, 25-27 Αpril.

Lapidaki, E. (2007). Developing imagination in music teaching: A case of ‘authentic’ learning in Greek music teacher education. Ιn S. Hennessy (Ed.), Proceedings of the 5th International Conference for Research in Music Education, University of Exeter, School of Education, Exeter, UK, April 10-14.


Lapidaki, E. (2005). Learning from masters of musical creativity: Shaping compositional experiences in music education. Symposium Abstracts of the Sixth Philosophy of Music Education International Symposium (p. 6), Department of Education, University of Hamburg, Germany, May 18-21.


Lapidaki, E. (2002). L’ imagination au pouvoir! Some philosophical riddles providing practical suggestions for music teaching and learning. In M. Britta, & M. Mélen (Eds.), Proceedings of the 10th Anniversary ESCOM Conference: Musical Creativity (pp.1-9). Liège, Belgium: Université de Liège.