Area: Contemporary, Dance Education
Office: 2220 RB
Phone: (801) 433-4873
Pamela S. Musil, MA, teaches Kinesiology for Dancers, and courses within the Dance Education major program. Her scholarly work addresses pedagogy within 7-12 and higher education settings, and gender-related issues of dancers in adolescence, young adulthood and higher education. Her work has been published in the Journal of Dance Education, Research in Dance Education, and Arts Education Policy Review. She has also published chapters in several recent textbooks. Musil has presented at professional conferences throughout the US and in Italy and China, and has taught dance pedagogy workshops in Mumbai and Bangalore, India. She has served on the Board of Directors for the National Dance Education Organization (NDEO); currently serves on the Editorial Boards for the Journal of Dance Education and Arts Education Policy Review; and is a past President of the Utah Dance Education Organization. She is a certified Franklin Method Educator (FME).
Buckaroo: Cowboy Poetry in Motion; Transformations: The Heloise Crista project. Current projects include an interdisciplinary collaborative textbook about K-12 arts literacies, an edited series of chapters on gender issues in 7 – 12 education, and a co-authored chapter on gender in higher education leadership.