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Should Academic Societies Make Public Statements about Political Incidents? – An Interview with Katia Chornik

This month, Katia Chornik talks to the student representative Núria Bonet about her statement paper on the role of academic societies – such as the RMA – in making public statements on political developments (Should Academic Societies Make Public Statements

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Should Academic Societies Make Public Statements about Political Incidents? – An Interview with Katia Chornik

This month, Katia Chornik talks to the student representative Núria Bonet about her statement paper on the role of academic societies – such as the RMA – in making public statements on political developments (Should Academic Societies Make Public Statements

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The RMA is recruiting new members for the student committee

The Royal Musical Association 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

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The RMA is recruiting new members for the student committee

The Royal Musical Association 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

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Music and Space Study Day – Report

The Study Day on Music and Space took place on 28 October 2017 at the University of Manchester’s Martin Harris Centre. The packed programme was concerned with all aspects of space in music; the call for proposals was intentionally broad.

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Music and Space Study Day – Report

The Study Day on Music and Space took place on 28 October 2017 at the University of Manchester’s Martin Harris Centre. The packed programme was concerned with all aspects of space in music; the call for proposals was intentionally broad.

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15 Minutes with … the Dent Medallist (Interview with Mark Katz)

Continuing our series of interviews with RMA prize winners (see here and here), we interviewed the 2016 recipient of the Dent Medal, Professor Mark Katz, before his keynote lecture at the RMA’s 2017 Annual Conference at the University of Liverpool. We asked

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15 Minutes with … the Dent Medallist (Interview with Mark Katz)

Continuing our series of interviews with RMA prize winners (see here and here), we interviewed the 2016 recipient of the Dent Medal, Professor Mark Katz, before his keynote lecture at the RMA’s 2017 Annual Conference at the University of Liverpool. We asked

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“It’s not what you do, it’s the way that you do it”: The inclusive nature of community music research

  This month, Debbie Rodgers, a PhD candidate at Canterbury Christ Church University, offers a fascinating post on her research into the application of community music as a means of tackling mental health related stigma.         “What is

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“It’s not what you do, it’s the way that you do it”: The inclusive nature of community music research

  This month, Debbie Rodgers, a PhD candidate at Canterbury Christ Church University, offers a fascinating post on her research into the application of community music as a means of tackling mental health related stigma.         “What is

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Music and Space Study Day – 28 October 2017 – REGISTRATION OPEN!

AN RMA Study Day Saturday 28 October 2017: 9.00-16.30 University of Manchester, Manchester – Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama – Room G16 A Research Students’ Study Day Keynote: Jonty Harrison (University of Birmingham) What do we mean when

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Music and Space Study Day – 28 October 2017 – REGISTRATION OPEN!

AN RMA Study Day Saturday 28 October 2017: 9.00-16.30 University of Manchester, Manchester – Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama – Room G16 A Research Students’ Study Day Keynote: Jonty Harrison (University of Birmingham) What do we mean when

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Career Planning in Academia: An Interview with Darcey Gillie

Darcey Gillie is a Postgraduate Careers Consultant at The University of Manchester. She holds a PhD in Geosciences from The University of Edinburgh, a PG Dip in Secondary Education, and a Diploma in Careers Education, Information, and Guidance from The

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Career Planning in Academia: An Interview with Darcey Gillie

Darcey Gillie is a Postgraduate Careers Consultant at The University of Manchester. She holds a PhD in Geosciences from The University of Edinburgh, a PG Dip in Secondary Education, and a Diploma in Careers Education, Information, and Guidance from The

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‘Public Engagement’ and Musicology: Interviews with Katherine Hambridge, Flora Willson and Alexandra Wilson

Giles Masters is a PhD Student at King’s College London, where his research focuses on the festivals organised by the International Society for Contemporary Music in the 1920s and 30s.  Twitter: @giles_masters   ‘Public engagement’, ‘public musicology’: Why do it? 

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‘Public Engagement’ and Musicology: Interviews with Katherine Hambridge, Flora Willson and Alexandra Wilson

Giles Masters is a PhD Student at King’s College London, where his research focuses on the festivals organised by the International Society for Contemporary Music in the 1920s and 30s.  Twitter: @giles_masters   ‘Public engagement’, ‘public musicology’: Why do it? 

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