British Library Doctoral Students’ Open Day: Music

Fri 30 Jan 2015, 10:00 – 16:30 This event is for new PhD students, as well as Masters students who are planning to continue their research at doctoral level The music collections at the British Library are unparalleled in their

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British Library Doctoral Students’ Open Day: Music

Fri 30 Jan 2015, 10:00 – 16:30 This event is for new PhD students, as well as Masters students who are planning to continue their research at doctoral level The music collections at the British Library are unparalleled in their

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Spotlight on Interdisciplinary Research: Cultural History of the Nineteenth Century

Anna Maria Barry is a PhD candidate at Oxford Brookes University, where she is a member of the OBERTO opera research unit. Her work focuses on male opera singers of the nineteenth century and examines their relationship with issues of masculinity, nationalism

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Spotlight on Interdisciplinary Research: Cultural History of the Nineteenth Century

Anna Maria Barry is a PhD candidate at Oxford Brookes University, where she is a member of the OBERTO opera research unit. Her work focuses on male opera singers of the nineteenth century and examines their relationship with issues of masculinity, nationalism

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Digital Restoration for Beginners: Is this for me and how would I get started?

Led by Julia Craig-McFeely, director of the Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music (www.diamm.ac.uk) Wednesday 7th January, 1-3pm Faculty of Music, University of Oxford (St Aldates, Oxford, OX1 1DB) This seminar is aimed at those interested in the digital reconstruction of

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Digital Restoration for Beginners: Is this for me and how would I get started?

Led by Julia Craig-McFeely, director of the Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music (www.diamm.ac.uk) Wednesday 7th January, 1-3pm Faculty of Music, University of Oxford (St Aldates, Oxford, OX1 1DB) This seminar is aimed at those interested in the digital reconstruction of

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AHRC and ESRC International Placement Scheme Showcase Invitation

Following our recent feature about one participant’s experience of the AHRC Library of Congress Scheme, please find details below of an information event about the range of fellowships on offer from the AHRC and ESRC.   The AHRC and ESRC

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AHRC and ESRC International Placement Scheme Showcase Invitation

Following our recent feature about one participant’s experience of the AHRC Library of Congress Scheme, please find details below of an information event about the range of fellowships on offer from the AHRC and ESRC.   The AHRC and ESRC

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15 Minutes with…the Dent Medallist

For the first of this new series of blog features, we caught up with the 2013 recipient of the Dent Medal, Professor Elizabeth Eva Leach (University of Oxford), during the RMA’s 50th Annual Conference in September at the University of

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15 Minutes with…the Dent Medallist

For the first of this new series of blog features, we caught up with the 2013 recipient of the Dent Medal, Professor Elizabeth Eva Leach (University of Oxford), during the RMA’s 50th Annual Conference in September at the University of

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CoMA MidWinter Composers’ Masterclasses

Friday 2nd to Tuesday 6th January 2015 St Hilda’s College and Jacqueline du Pré Music Centre, Oxford This supportive and friendly, yet intensive, five-day composers’ masterclass aims to develop skills in composition with a special focus in string writing. This

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CoMA MidWinter Composers’ Masterclasses

Friday 2nd to Tuesday 6th January 2015 St Hilda’s College and Jacqueline du Pré Music Centre, Oxford This supportive and friendly, yet intensive, five-day composers’ masterclass aims to develop skills in composition with a special focus in string writing. This

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Adventures in DC: Tales from the AHRC Library of Congress Scheme

This month’s blog post comes to us from Dr Adam Harper (University of Oxford), a recent research fellow of the AHRC Library of Congress Scheme. Adam undertook his fellowship to source a huge range of material for his recently completed

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Adventures in DC: Tales from the AHRC Library of Congress Scheme

This month’s blog post comes to us from Dr Adam Harper (University of Oxford), a recent research fellow of the AHRC Library of Congress Scheme. Adam undertook his fellowship to source a huge range of material for his recently completed

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IASPM UK-I Launches New Prize for Popular Music Research

The UK and Ireland branch of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM UK-I) are pleased to announce the launch of the annual Andrew Goodwin Memorial Prize. The prize is for best postgraduate student paper on any aspect of popular

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IASPM UK-I Launches New Prize for Popular Music Research

The UK and Ireland branch of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM UK-I) are pleased to announce the launch of the annual Andrew Goodwin Memorial Prize. The prize is for best postgraduate student paper on any aspect of popular

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