Roger Mantie

Assoc Professor
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
0405
Assoc Professor
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
0405
Assoc Professor
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
0405
Assoc Professor
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
0405

Biography

Prior to his appointment at ASU, Roger Mantie (PhD, University of Toronto; MM, Brandon University) was an assistant professor at Boston University’s College of Fine Arts. Prior to that, Roger taught instrumental music in Manitoba schools, performed professionally as both a jazz and classical saxophonist, directed jazz ensembles at Brandon University and the University of Manitoba, directed the Royal Conservatory of Music Community School Jazz Ensemble in Toronto, and conducted the all-campus Hart House Symphonic Band at the University of Toronto. 

 

These days Roger’s professional work centers on the ways in which education and schooling affect individual and collective well-being. Toward this end he has been at the forefront of promoting lifelong music making as an integral part of healthy living, encouraging the profession to make stronger connections between school music, the community, and musical engagement beyond the school years. 

 

 

Additional information on his teaching, scholarship, and service can be found on his webpage: rogermantie.com

Research Interests

lifelong music making; well-being; leisure and recreation

Publications

Mantie, R. & Gareth Dylan Smith (Eds.) (2016). The Oxford Handbook of Music Making and Leisure. New York: Oxford University Press.

Ruthmann, S. Alex & Mantie, R. (Eds.) (2017, forthcoming). The Oxford Handbook of Technology and Music Education. New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Roger Mantie, Lee Higgins. Paideia con Salsa: Charles Keil, Groovology, and the Undergraduate Music Curriculum. CMS Forums (2015).
  • Brent Talbot, Roger Mantie. Blinded by bureaucracy: The Pitfalls of professionalization. Envisioning Music Teacher Education (2015).
  • Roger Mantie. Liminal or lifelong: Leisure, recreation, and the future of music education. Music education: Navigating the future (2015).
  • Roger Mantie. The Impression of Privilege or an Exercise in Freedom?. International Yearbook for Research in Arts Education: The Wisdom of the Many – Key Issues in Arts Education (2015).

Courses

Spring 2018
Course Number Course Title
MUE 110 Introduction Music Education
MUE 492 Honors Directed Study
MUE 493 Honors Thesis
MUE 499 Individualized Instruction
MUE 559 Social/Cult Studies in Mus Ed
MUE 590 Reading and Conference
MUE 591 Seminar
HDA 593 Applied Project
MUE 780 Practicum
MUE 784 Internship
MUE 790 Reading and Conference
MUE 792 Research
MUE 799 Dissertation
Fall 2017
Course Number Course Title
MUE 101 ASU School of Music Experience
MUE 492 Honors Directed Study
MUE 493 Honors Thesis
MUE 499 Individualized Instruction
MUE 590 Reading and Conference
MUE 591 Seminar
MUE 598 Special Topics
MUE 599 Thesis
MSI 601 Cont Topics in Music Research
MUE 790 Reading and Conference
MUE 792 Research
MUE 799 Dissertation
Spring 2017
Course Number Course Title
MUE 110 Introduction Music Education
MUE 327 Brass Lab
MUE 337 Woodwinds Lab
MUE 492 Honors Directed Study
MUE 493 Honors Thesis
MUE 499 Individualized Instruction
MUE 590 Reading and Conference
MUE 591 Seminar
MUE 780 Practicum
MUE 784 Internship
MUE 790 Reading and Conference
MUE 791 Seminar
MUE 792 Research
MUE 799 Dissertation
Fall 2016
Course Number Course Title
MUE 327 Brass Lab
MUE 337 Woodwinds Lab
MUE 492 Honors Directed Study
MUE 493 Honors Thesis
MUE 499 Individualized Instruction
MUE 590 Reading and Conference
MUE 598 Special Topics
MUE 599 Thesis
MSI 601 Cont Topics in Music Research
MUE 790 Reading and Conference
MUE 792 Research
MUE 799 Dissertation
Summer 2016
Course Number Course Title
MUE 598 Special Topics
MUE 790 Reading and Conference
Spring 2016
Course Number Course Title
MUE 110 Introduction Music Education
MUE 327 Brass Lab
MUE 337 Woodwinds Lab
MUE 492 Honors Directed Study
MUE 493 Honors Thesis
MUE 499 Individualized Instruction
MUE 590 Reading and Conference
MUE 591 Seminar
MUE 780 Practicum
MUE 784 Internship
MUE 790 Reading and Conference
MUE 791 Seminar
MUE 792 Research
MUE 799 Dissertation
Fall 2015
Course Number Course Title
MUE 327 Brass Lab
MUE 337 Woodwinds Lab
MUE 492 Honors Directed Study
MUE 493 Honors Thesis
MUE 499 Individualized Instruction
MUE 590 Reading and Conference
MUE 598 Special Topics
MUE 599 Thesis
MUE 790 Reading and Conference
MUE 792 Research
MUE 799 Dissertation
Spring 2015
Course Number Course Title
MUE 110 Introduction Music Education
MUE 327 Brass Lab
MUE 336 Percussion Lab
MUE 337 Woodwinds Lab
MUE 492 Honors Directed Study
MUE 493 Honors Thesis
MUE 590 Reading and Conference
MUE 591 Seminar
MUE 780 Practicum
MUE 784 Internship
MUE 790 Reading and Conference
MUE 792 Research
MUE 799 Dissertation
Fall 2014
Course Number Course Title
MUE 327 Brass Lab
MUE 337 Woodwinds Lab
MUE 579 Psychology of Music
MUE 598 Special Topics

Service

  • 2014-2015    Committee member, Arizona Arts Standards Review
  • 2016-present    Faculty coordinator, Community Music @ The Center (Phoenix Center for the Arts)
  • 2014-present    Editorial Board member, Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education
  • 2010-present    Editorial Board member, International Journal of Community Music,
  • 2014-present    Editorial Board member, Journal of Popular Music Education
  • 2014-present    Editorial Board member, Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education
  • 2009-present     Editorial Board member, Canadian Music Educator
  • 2015-present    Advisory board member, International Centre for Community Music
  • 2016    Coordinator, MayDay Colloquium 28, June 15-18
  • 2013-2015    Recording Secretary, International Society for the Philosophy of Music Education
  • 2014-2016    Website Manager, MayDay Group
  • 2012-2014    Chair, Philosophy SRIG, National Association for Music Education