Section V - An Epilogue for the Unfinished
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London, Ontario Canada
Estelle Jorgensen, Martin Buber, music education, cultivation of space
One’s journey is never made alone. Relationships with the other begins with the desire to live mutually and responsively. Jorgensen’s lives work has been to both broker and live these relationships with others; modeling scholarly and intellectual companionship that will reach beyond time now as it has been experienced. In this essay I frame Jorgensen’s influence through the lens of Martin Buber, the caring relationship and the creation of spaces that embrace plurality.
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Citation of this paper:
Benedict, C. (2019). When I grow up, or just another love song. In R. E. Allsup & C. Benedict (Eds.), The road goes ever on: Estelle Jorgensen’s legacy in music education (pp. 287-296). London, Ontario: Western University. https://doi.org/10.5206/q1144262.jorgensen.2019.ch21