Call for Submissions: NOISE & SILENCE Themed Issue ‘URBAN / RURAL’, Summer 2016

Call for Submissions: NOISE & SILENCE Themed Issue ‘URBAN / RURAL’, Summer 2016 Please follow this link for the website. NOISE & SILENCE is an adventurous publication that brings you fresh and informed pieces on issues facing all kinds of

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Call for Submissions: NOISE & SILENCE Themed Issue ‘URBAN / RURAL’, Summer 2016

Call for Submissions: NOISE & SILENCE Themed Issue ‘URBAN / RURAL’, Summer 2016 Please follow this link for the website. NOISE & SILENCE is an adventurous publication that brings you fresh and informed pieces on issues facing all kinds of

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BFE/RMA Research Students’ Conference 2017 at Canterbury Christ Church University

British Forum for Ethnomusicology/Royal Musical Association Research Students’ Conference ‘Exploring Musical Practice’ A multidisciplinary conference for students involved in music study 5–7 January 2017 School of Music and Performing Arts, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Call for Contributions                                                     

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BFE/RMA Research Students’ Conference 2017 at Canterbury Christ Church University

British Forum for Ethnomusicology/Royal Musical Association Research Students’ Conference ‘Exploring Musical Practice’ A multidisciplinary conference for students involved in music study 5–7 January 2017 School of Music and Performing Arts, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Call for Contributions                                                     

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Best Laid Plans: Lessons from a PhD Pregnancy

In this post, our Student Committee member Rachel Johnson shares her story of giving birth and undertaking a PhD: her account magnificently illustrates both the joys and challenges of such an experience. Rachel is currently a PhD student at the RNCM, supported by an AHRC

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Best Laid Plans: Lessons from a PhD Pregnancy

In this post, our Student Committee member Rachel Johnson shares her story of giving birth and undertaking a PhD: her account magnificently illustrates both the joys and challenges of such an experience. Rachel is currently a PhD student at the RNCM, supported by an AHRC

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RMA Annual Conference, 3-5 September 2016, Guildhall School of Music & Drama

The provisional programme for the RMA’s 52nd Annual Conference at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama this September is now up on the web. The conference is the single event in the UK calendar that seeks to represent something of the entire

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RMA Annual Conference, 3-5 September 2016, Guildhall School of Music & Drama

The provisional programme for the RMA’s 52nd Annual Conference at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama this September is now up on the web. The conference is the single event in the UK calendar that seeks to represent something of the entire

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part V

In the fifth and final part of our transcription of the ‘Current Issues in HE’ NAMHE-convened roundtable discussion that took place at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, the RMA Student Committee and NAMHE-Panelists have

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part V

In the fifth and final part of our transcription of the ‘Current Issues in HE’ NAMHE-convened roundtable discussion that took place at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, the RMA Student Committee and NAMHE-Panelists have

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part IV

In the fourth part of our transcription of the ‘Current Issues in HE’ NAMHE-convened roundtable discussion that took place at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, Professor Rachel Cowgill reflects on the importance of understanding research

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part IV

In the fourth part of our transcription of the ‘Current Issues in HE’ NAMHE-convened roundtable discussion that took place at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, Professor Rachel Cowgill reflects on the importance of understanding research

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part III

In the third part of our transcription of the ‘Current Issues in HE’ NAMHE-convened roundtable discussion that took place at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, Dr Helen Julia Minors discusses the new TEF [Teaching Excellence Framework]

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part III

In the third part of our transcription of the ‘Current Issues in HE’ NAMHE-convened roundtable discussion that took place at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, Dr Helen Julia Minors discusses the new TEF [Teaching Excellence Framework]

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part II

In the second part of our transcription of the ‘Current Issues in HE’ NAMHE-convened roundtable discussion that took place at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, Dr Laura Hamer reflects on the issues of gender and equality

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‘Current Issues in HE’: NAMHE-Convened Roundtable Discussion from the RMA Research Students’ Conference, University of Bangor, Jan. 2016. Part II

In the second part of our transcription of the ‘Current Issues in HE’ NAMHE-convened roundtable discussion that took place at the RMA Research Students’ Conference in January at the University of Bangor, Dr Laura Hamer reflects on the issues of gender and equality

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