WRITINGS

 

Oddy, N. & Vaugeois, L. Exploring the potential of Adaptive Use Musical Instruments (AUMI)  in the Thunder Bay Community. An interview between Nicola Oddy and Lise Vaugeois. Accepted for Improvising across Abilities: Pauline Oliveros and the Adaptive Use Musical Instrument. Ed. AUMI Editorial Collective. (Under review. Music and Social Justice Series, University of Michigan Press).

Oddy, Nicola & Worden, Rebecca (2021). When Singing is Deadly: Improvising a New Reality for Music Therapists. Critical Studies in Improvisation special issue: Improvisation, Musical Communities, and COVID-19. Vol. 14, no. 1 https://www.criticalimprov.com/index.php/csieci/issue/view/417

Hoskin, Elizabeth, Aditi Singh, Nicola Oddy, Adrian L Jessup Schneider, Gabrielle Trepanier, Chantal Trudel, and Audrey Girouard (2020). Assessing the Experience of People with Autism at the Canada Science and Technology Museum. In Extended Abstracts of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Extended Abstracts, 1–7. CHI ’20. New York, NY, USA: Association for Computing Machinery. https://doi.org/10.1145/3334480.3382834.

Oddy, N. & Brault, A. (2020). How Do You Write Your Music Therapy Goals and Objectives?: Seeking Canadian Perspectives. Canadian Journal of Music Therapy, Vol. 26, pp 30-46. https://cjmt-rcm.musictherapy.ca/index.php/cjmt-acm/article/view/5/23

Hoskins, E., Oddy, N., Schneider, A., Singh, A. (2019). “Improving Accessibility for People with Autism at the Canada Science and Technology Museum”. Report prepared for Research, Education, Accessibility, Design Innovation (READi). Unpublished document. Ottawa ON: Carleton University, School of Industrial Design.

Oddy, N. (2011). A Field of Vocal Discovery: The Workshop.  In Baker, F and Uhlig, S (ed.) Voicework in Music Therapy: Research and Practice (pp 83-99) London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.                                   

Oddy, N. (2005). ‘Convergences: Possibilities for therapeutic intervention in a large scale community performance – a systems perspective’ Voices: A world forum for music therapy, 5(2). https://doi.org/10.15845/voices.v5i2.239  

Oddy, N. (2001).  ‘A Field of Vocal Discovery: a descriptive study of vocal perception’.  Unpublished master thesis. Yellow Springs, Ohio: Antioch University.

Oddy, N. (2001). ‘Convergences: Possibilities for therapeutic intervention in a large scale community performance – a systems perspective’ Canadian Journal of Music Therapy. Vol.8, No. 1 Fall, 2001.

 

 

 

 

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