The following guide outlines the research challenges confronted while searching for marginalized voices within problematic information systems and highlights resources that start researchers on their journey:
The following guide provides general information and research resources on anti-Black racism, anti-racist learning and practice, the Black Lives Matter movement, and related activist movements:
To do general research on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and anti-racism in music, you will want to brainstorm keywords. Here are a few examples of search queries:
diversity AND music teaching
anti-racism AND music theory
LGBTQ AND music education
perceptions women composers
Diversity: equity, marginalized, inclusion, underprivileged groups, minorities, anti-racism, racism, sexism, white supremacy, heteronormative, ableism, neurodiversity, neurodivergent, decolonization, etc.
Music: musicology, ethnomusicology, music educators, orchestra, musical ensembles, music scholarship, music students, choir, choral, music literature, composers, music therapy, etc.
Here are a few key resources to get you started on challenges faced by marginalized musicians and scholars and DEI in music scholarship and performance:
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