About this series
This series aims to provide conceptual and empirical research in arts education, (including music, visual arts, drama, dance, media, and poetry), in a variety of areas related to the post-modern paradigm shift. The changing cultural, historical, and political contexts of arts education are recognized to be central to learning, experience, knowledge. The books in this series present theories and methodological approaches used in arts education research as well as related disciplines - including philosophy, sociology, anthropology and psychology of arts education. The series editor invites you to contact her with plans and ideas for books that would fit in the series. For more information on how to submit a proposal, please write to Associate Editor, Lay Peng, Ang. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
All proposals and manuscripts submitted to the Series will be subject to external peer review.