Brown Bag Critiques – Presented by the Music Education Department
Brown Bag Critiques
Presented by the Music Education Department
Joyce M. McCall* (Indiana University), facilitator
*postdoctoral resident scholar/visiting assistant professor
Bring a snack and join us for Brown Bag Critiques!
Brown Bag Critiques
Continuing on a course toward building more equitable and sustainable music spaces, Brown Bag Critiques will center on dialogues about intersections such as class, gender, ethnicity, and race that influence how we frame ourselves as musicians and global citizens.
Fall 2016 dates:
Mondays 9/12, 10/3, 11/14, 11/28 MA004
Wednesdays 10/19 M242
Thursdays 9/22, 11/3, 12/8 M149C
About the Facilitator
Joyce McCall is a postdoctoral scholar and visiting assistant professor of music education at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.
She earned a Ph.D. in Music Education from Arizona State University and a Master of Music Education and Bachelor of Music in Clarinet Performance from the University of Southern Mississippi. Prior to her appointment at IU, she served as an assistant band director at MacArthur High School in Houston, Texas. She has also served as a woodwind and marching band specialist in Mississippi and Alabama.
In efforts to create more inclusive structures in music and education, McCall’s research focuses on the intersections of race, class, and culture in educational settings, as well as intersecting formal and informal strategies through the use of popular music and digital culture. She has proudly served as a clarinetist in the United States Army Bands from 1999 to present. Previous assignments include the 151st Army Band in Montgomery, Ala.; 41st Army Band in Jackson, Miss.; and 36th Infantry Division Band in Austin, Texas. Currently, she is a member of the 36th Infantry Division Band. She is also a member of Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity for Women.