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Matsunobu, Koji (2012). Art of simplicity: Teaching Japanese spiritual arts. In Sheng Kuan Chung (Ed.), Teaching Asian art: Content, context, and pedagogy (pp. 139-145) Reston, VA, United States: National Art Education Association. 90 4
Matsunobu, Koji (2007). Arts integration in Japan. In Liora Besler (Ed.), International handbook of research in arts education (pp. 309-310) Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-3052-9 50   3
Matsunobu, Koji (2007). Asian spirituality and philosophy of art: Education of “less is more”.. In: American Educational Research Association 2007 Annual Meeting, Chicago, USA, (). 9-13 April 2007. 64  
Matsunobu, Koji (2011). Creativity of formulaic learning: Pedagogy of imitation and repetition. In Julian Sefton-Green, Pat Thomson, Ken Jones and Liora Bresler (Ed.), The Routledge international handbook of creative learning (pp. 45-53) Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge. 65 4
Matsunobu, Koji (). Encounters with nature: ecological and spiritual dimensions of music learning PhD Thesis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, The University of Queensland. 36  
Matsunobu, Koji (2013) From art as stained glass to art as mirror: addressing a holistic view of education. Harvard Educational Review, 83 1: 147-149. 40 2 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Matsunobu, Koji (2004). Getting over a music room: A teacher's effort to create integration in elementary classrooms. In José Luis Aróstegui (Ed.), The social context of music education (pp. 49-79) Champaign, IL, U.S.A.: Center for Instructional Research and Curriculum Evaluation. 45  
Matsunobu, Koji (2010). Instrument Making as Music Learning: A Case of Japanese Bamboo Flute Music. In: American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Denver, (). April. 32  
Matsunobu, Koji (2013) Instrument-making as music-making: an ethnographic study of shakuhachi students' learning experiences. International Journal of Music Education, 31 2: 190-201. doi:10.1177/0255761413486858 21 2 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 1
Matsunobu, Koji (2012). Instrument making as music making: a slow food approach to musicianship. In Andrew R. Brown (Ed.), Sound musicianship : understanding the crafts of music (pp. 178-188) Newcastle upon Tyne, U. K.: Cambridge Scholarly Publishing. 63 2
Matsunobu, Koji (2007). Japan. In Liora Besler (Ed.), International handbook of research in arts education (pp. 89-90) Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-3052-9 29   3
Matsunobu, Koji (2007). Japanese perspectives and research on the body. In Liora Besler (Ed.), International handbook of research in arts education (pp. 1107-1108) Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-3052-9_74 45   0
Matsunobu, Koji (2007). Japanese perspectives on artists in higher education. In Liora Besler (Ed.), International handbook of research in arts education (pp. 331-332) Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-3052-9 28   3
Matsunobu, Koji (2007). Japanese spirituality and music practice: Art as self-cultivation. In Liora Besler (Ed.), International handbook of research in arts education (pp. 1425-1437) Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-3052-9_97 83   0
Matsunobu, Koji (2010). Not Music but Spirituality is the Universal Language: Westerners’ Learning Experiences of Japanese Music. In: Cultural Diversity in Music Education, Sydney , Australia, (). January. 45  
Matsunobu, Koji (2010). On the Jinashi Shakuhachi Tradition. In: Brisbane Big Blow, Brisbane, Australia, (). 22 August 2010. 28  
Matsunobu, Koji (2010). Pedagogy of Spirit Sharing: Playing Together as a Way of Japanese Flute Music Learning. In: Spirituality and Music Education, Birmingham, England, (). June. 30  
Matsunobu, Koji (2010). Performance Ethnography: Postcolonial Embodiment of Cultural Values and Music Education. In: Narrative Inquiry in Music Education, Brisbane Australia, (). November. 51  
Matsunobu, Koji (2010). Performing and Listening to Nature through a bamboo flute. In: Association for the Study of Literature, Environment, and Culture–ANZ, Tasmania, Australia, (). October. 31  
Matsunobu, Koji (2013) Performing, creating, and listening to nature through music: the art of self-integration. Journal of Aesthetic Education, 47 4: 64-79. doi:10.1353/jae.2013.0028 33 3 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Matsunobu, Koji (2011). Ritual as a basis for mindful practice in music education. In: Research in Music Education, Exeter, England, (). 12-16 April 2011. 35  
Matsunobu, Koji (2010). Role of Spirituality in Music Learning: A Case of North American Students of Japanese Music. In: American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Denver CO, (). April. 27  
Matsunobu, Koji and Hiller, Stephanie (2008) Shakuhachi and ecology - A discussion between Koji Matsunobu and Stephanie Hiller. European Shakuhachi Society Newsletter, 7 19-27. 132  
Matsunobu, Koji (2007). Social issues on music education. In Liora Besler (Ed.), International handbook of research in arts education (pp. 1005-1006) Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-3052-9 37   3
Matsunobu, Koji (2007) Spiritual arts and education of 'Less is more': Japanese perspectives, Western possibilities. Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, 5 1: 102-119. 23  
Matsunobu, Koji (2011) Spirituality as a universal experience of music: A case Study of North Americans’ approaches to Japanese music. Journal of Research in Music Education, 59 3: 273-289. doi:10.1177/0022429411414911 41 2 1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Matsunobu, Koji (2010). The Role of Spirituality for Adult Students’ Learning of Japanese Music. In: Spirituality and Music Education, Birmingham, England, (). June. 29  
Matsunobu, Koji (2012) The role of spirituality in learning music: A case of North American adult students of Japanese music. British Journal of Music Education, 29 2: 181-192. doi:10.1017/S0265051712000095 22   1 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0