Vol 12, No 1 (2017)

Just Improvisation: Enriching Law through Musical Techniques, Discourses, and Pedagogies

Guest edited by Sara Ramshaw and Paul Stapleton.

Splash page photo: Workshop photo and Translating Improvisation logo by Matilde Meireles.
Splash page audio: Improvisations for a legal professional focus group, performed by Adnan Marquez-Borbon and Paul Stapleton on custom made instruments.

Table of Contents

Editorial

Sara Ramshaw, Paul Stapleton
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Articles

Bennett Hogg
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Sara Ramshaw, Adnan Marquez-Borbon, Seamus Mulholland, Paul Stapleton
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Kathryn McNeilly, Paul Stapleton
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Simon Waters
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Interviews

Sara L Ramshaw, Seamus Mulholland
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Notes and Opinions

Pauline Oliveros
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IONE .
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Simon Rose
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Ellen Waterman
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Paddy Gordon
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General Topics Articles

Fabien Jean-Georges Granjon
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Sandra Paola Lopez Ramirez, Christopher Eric Reyman
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Book/Media Reviews

Improvisation and Music Education: Beyond The Classroom
Brian de Lima
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The Art of Conduction: A Conduction Workbook and Ensemble Playing and Improvisation with Soundpainting
Anders Eskildsen
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Dancing Age(ing): Rethinking Age(ing) in & through Improvisation Practice & Performance
Michelle Heffner Hayes
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Spirits Rejoice! Jazz and American Religion
Lauren Levesque
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Composing Dissent: Avant-Garde Music in 1960s Amsterdam
Floris Schuiling
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Critical Studies in Improvisation / Études critiques en improvisation is generously supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (through both its Major Collaborative Research Initiatives and Aid to Scholarly Journals programs) and by the University of Guelph Library.
ISSN: 1712-0624