2008 - 2009

Graduate Diploma of Education (Secondary), Monash University

Majors: History; Studies of Society and Environment

2009 - 2017

Doctor of Philosophy, Australian National University

Thesis Title: The Past, Present and Future of Music in Education: a transdisciplinary framework designed to promote re-engagement and reform in music education for teachers, students and the community.

EDUCATION

The role of the arts in mothering and caring occupations

The role of the arts in language learning

RESEARCH INTERESTS

History and philosophy of music and education

Use of the arts in therapeutic communal settings

Outreach approaches enabling individuals living with disabilities

2003 - 2008

Bachleor of Arts, Australian National University

Majors: Classical Studies (Ancient Greek translation); Law (out of faculty major)

West, S., Pike, G. & Griffiths, P. (2017). Simply Singing: the use of interdisciplinary educational design research to facilitate music making in intercultural islamic settings. Building Interdisciplinary & Intercultural Bridges: Where Practice Meets Research and Theory. Burnard, P. et al (eds.). Chapter 14. University of Cambridge. http://bibacc.org/

Pike, G. (2016). The Past, Present and Future of Music in Education: a transdisciplinary framework designed to promote re-engagement and reform in music education for teachers, students and the community. PhD thesis, Australian National University. http://hdl.handle.net/1885/116895

2017: Seminar at the Institute for Music in Human and Social Development, University of Edinburgh, ‘Sharing Their Voiceless Song: music outreach with non-verbal children living with disabilities, within a citywide music program designed to enhance individual and community potential'.

2017: Conference presentation, Research in Music Education Conference, Bath, UK, ‘Music in Education through Time and Place: the conclusions of a transdisciplinary doctoral thesis designed to promote re-engagement and reform in music education'.

          
     
     

Recent Research Publications
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- Dryden, The Hind and the Panther, 1687 -

By education most have been misled;

So they believe, because they were so bred.

The priest continues what the nurse began,

And thus the child imposes on the man.

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