ALEXIS ANJA KALLIO
Dr. Alexis Anja Kallio is a specialist in the politics of arts education, equity, and cultural wellbeing in diverse social contexts.
She is co-editor of Music, Education, and Religion: Intersections and Entanglements (2019, Indiana University Press), co-editor of the Nordic Yearbook of Music Education Research and Assistant editor of the International Journal of Education and the Arts.
She has collaborated with researchers in various academic disciplines, as well as practitioners, artists, and policymakers through various research projects and publications. Her empirical, theoretical, and methodological work has been published in numerous scientific journals including the International Journal of Music Education and Music Education Research, and books, including the Oxford Handbook of Philosophical and Qualitative Perspectives on Assessment in Music Education, Visions for Intercultural Music Teacher Education, and Punk Pedagogies: Music, Culture and Learning.
Kallio is a Lecturer in the MuTri doctoral school, University of the Arts Helsinki and currently teaches a number of undergraduate, graduate and doctoral courses in research methods, education and cultural policy-literacy, cultural diversity in education, educational sociology and philosophy.