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EJPAE was initiated autumn 2015 to fill a gap for a journal focusing on theoretical and philosophical issues connected to education in the arts. EJPAE is an academic, double blind peer reviewed journal inviting original articles on topics somewhere in the intersection between art and education, it is open access and free to publish in. The journal aims to publish two issues a year.

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The second issue of 2022 is out

2022-12-17

The European Journal of Philosophy in Arts Education is proud to present the second issue of 2022 with five very interesting articles representing different fields within the arts: visual art, art history, language, dance and music and the countries Scotland, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden. Thank you Miranda Anderson, Frederiek Bennema, Cecilia Ferm Almqvist, Linn Hentschel, Synnøve Myklestad, Marie-Helene Zimmerman Nilsson and Jo Smedley for choosing to publish your articles with EJPAE!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Vol. 7 No. 01 (2022): European Journal of Philosophy in Arts Education (EJPAE)
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Welcome to this winter issue of EJPAE

This issue of EJPAE contain more articles than any previous issue. I interpet this as a sign that EJPAE is getting more known and also gaining respect among scholars in the relevant fields. This time we can present authors from Scotland, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden, representing the fields visual art, art history, language, dance and music.

The five articles are held together by a desire to connect musical learning to larger issues such as society, personal development etc. All articles also strives at being critical towards narrow minded views of arts education. I hope the articles will give you as much pleasure as they gave me. ENJOY!

Ketil Thorgersen

Editor-in-Chief Stockholm December 14th 2022

Published: 2022-12-17

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The European Journal of Philosophy in Arts Education,  EJPAE was initiated in autumn 2015 to fill a gap for a journal focusing on theoretical and philosophical issues connected to education and the arts. EJPAE is an academic, double-blind peer reviewed journal inviting original articles on topics somewhere in the intersection between art and education, it is open access and free to publish in. The journal aims at publishing two issues a year.

ISSN: 2002-4665