Open Access and REF: What do they mean for us?

Her RSC2014 presentation on publishing in peer-reviewed journals was so popular people were literally sitting in the aisles! In this feature, the Editor of the Journal of the Royal Musical Association, Laura Tunbridge (University of Manchester), expands on her talk to cover

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Open Access and REF: What do they mean for us?

Her RSC2014 presentation on publishing in peer-reviewed journals was so popular people were literally sitting in the aisles! In this feature, the Editor of the Journal of the Royal Musical Association, Laura Tunbridge (University of Manchester), expands on her talk to cover

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Using Social Media: A Graduate Music Student’s Perspective

Annabelle Lee is an MPhil/PhD student at Royal Holloway, University of London researching classical music concert marketing, particularly, social media marketing and marketing by concert organisations. In this blog post, Annabelle shares with us some of her expertise on social media and

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Using Social Media: A Graduate Music Student’s Perspective

Annabelle Lee is an MPhil/PhD student at Royal Holloway, University of London researching classical music concert marketing, particularly, social media marketing and marketing by concert organisations. In this blog post, Annabelle shares with us some of her expertise on social media and

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Research Students’ Conference 2014: A Report

Another year, another successful RMA Research Student’s Conference. Here Alexi Vellianitis (University of Oxford) gives his view on the event. Thanks Alexi! We’re already looking forward to RSC2015: Thursday 8 – Saturday 10 January at the University of Bristol. This year’s RMA Research

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Research Students’ Conference 2014: A Report

Another year, another successful RMA Research Student’s Conference. Here Alexi Vellianitis (University of Oxford) gives his view on the event. Thanks Alexi! We’re already looking forward to RSC2015: Thursday 8 – Saturday 10 January at the University of Bristol. This year’s RMA Research

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Student Committee Elections: Results!

A happy new year to you all! I hope those of you who attended #RSC2014 at the University of Birmingham had a fantastic time. The RSC seems to get bigger and better every year. This year was no exception, with

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Student Committee Elections: Results!

A happy new year to you all! I hope those of you who attended #RSC2014 at the University of Birmingham had a fantastic time. The RSC seems to get bigger and better every year. This year was no exception, with

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The RMA is now recruiting new members for its Student Committee

The Royal Musical Association is the largest and oldest learned society for music in the UK.  This is an exciting opportunity for you to become a member of the RMA Student Committee where you will have a personal hand in shaping RMA’s student

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The RMA is now recruiting new members for its Student Committee

The Royal Musical Association is the largest and oldest learned society for music in the UK.  This is an exciting opportunity for you to become a member of the RMA Student Committee where you will have a personal hand in shaping RMA’s student

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Doctoral Studentships

*** Our list is updated continuously! *** Details of doctoral studentships for the academic year commencing in 2013/2014 can be found below: SOAS PhD Studentship and Postdoc SOAS is delighted to announce two new full-time posts to work on the

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Doctoral Studentships

*** Our list is updated continuously! *** Details of doctoral studentships for the academic year commencing in 2013/2014 can be found below: SOAS PhD Studentship and Postdoc SOAS is delighted to announce two new full-time posts to work on the

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‘Making and Writing about Music’: Spotlight on Practice-led Research

Dr Sean Williams is a Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow at the Reid School of Music, University of Edinburgh. An active performer using live electronics, he is a founder member of Grey Area and the Monosynth Orchestra playing original compositions,

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‘Making and Writing about Music’: Spotlight on Practice-led Research

Dr Sean Williams is a Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow at the Reid School of Music, University of Edinburgh. An active performer using live electronics, he is a founder member of Grey Area and the Monosynth Orchestra playing original compositions,

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Schizophrenic or Self-Reflexive? : Problems Associated with the Study of ‘Sectarian Music’ in Scotland and Northern Ireland

Stephen Millar began his Ph.D. at Queen’s University Belfast in October. His thesis, supported by the AHRC, is tentatively entitled ‘Musically Consonant, Socially Dissonant: the History, Development, and Use of ‘Sectarian Music’ in Scotland and Northern Ireland’. In this blog

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Schizophrenic or Self-Reflexive? : Problems Associated with the Study of ‘Sectarian Music’ in Scotland and Northern Ireland

Stephen Millar began his Ph.D. at Queen’s University Belfast in October. His thesis, supported by the AHRC, is tentatively entitled ‘Musically Consonant, Socially Dissonant: the History, Development, and Use of ‘Sectarian Music’ in Scotland and Northern Ireland’. In this blog

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