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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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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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David Dewar: The BBC’s Music Reading Panel

David is an MPhil/PhD Musicology student at the University of Bristol, and a professional conductor, organist, and harsichordist.  His current research builds on insights from the life and work of Eric Thiman (1900-1975) and his contemporaries working in the intersection

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David Dewar: The BBC’s Music Reading Panel

David is an MPhil/PhD Musicology student at the University of Bristol, and a professional conductor, organist, and harsichordist.  His current research builds on insights from the life and work of Eric Thiman (1900-1975) and his contemporaries working in the intersection

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Vinyl – Life as a female researcher in a male dominated subject

In this blog post, Karlyn King discusses her own experiences as a female researcher in a male dominated subject. Karlyn is an MA/PhD Musicology student at The University of Birmingham and previously completed an MA Hons in Psychology and a Postgraduate

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Vinyl – Life as a female researcher in a male dominated subject

In this blog post, Karlyn King discusses her own experiences as a female researcher in a male dominated subject. Karlyn is an MA/PhD Musicology student at The University of Birmingham and previously completed an MA Hons in Psychology and a Postgraduate

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15 Minutes with … the Jerome Roche Prize Winner (Interview with Kate Guthrie)

  Continuing our series of interviews with RMA prize winners (see here and here), we interviewed the 2015 recipient of the Jerome Roche Prize, Dr. Kate Guthrie, before her keynote lecture on the second day of the RMA/BFE 2017 Research

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15 Minutes with … the Jerome Roche Prize Winner (Interview with Kate Guthrie)

  Continuing our series of interviews with RMA prize winners (see here and here), we interviewed the 2015 recipient of the Jerome Roche Prize, Dr. Kate Guthrie, before her keynote lecture on the second day of the RMA/BFE 2017 Research

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Music and Statistics: Trajectories into Academia

In this blog post, Andrew Gustar explains how he uses statistics in his research and describes his trajectory from mathematics into music. Andrew is an Honorary Associate at the Open University, where he completed his PhD after MA degrees in

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Music and Statistics: Trajectories into Academia

In this blog post, Andrew Gustar explains how he uses statistics in his research and describes his trajectory from mathematics into music. Andrew is an Honorary Associate at the Open University, where he completed his PhD after MA degrees in

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One size doesn’t fit all: Career trajectories into academia

In this blog post, two lecturers at different stages of their career reflect on their path into academia. Dr Caroline Bithell is a Senior Lecturer in Ethnomusicology at the University of Manchester, she has written Transported by Song: Corsican Voices

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One size doesn’t fit all: Career trajectories into academia

In this blog post, two lecturers at different stages of their career reflect on their path into academia. Dr Caroline Bithell is a Senior Lecturer in Ethnomusicology at the University of Manchester, she has written Transported by Song: Corsican Voices

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15 Minutes with … the Dent Medallist (Interview with Marina Frolova-Walker)

Continuing our series of interviews with RMA prize winners (see here and here), we interviewed the 2015 recipient of the Dent Medal, Professor Marina Frolova-Walker (Cambridge University), immediately after her keynote lecture on the second day of the RMA’s 2016 Annual Conference at The Guildhall School

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15 Minutes with … the Dent Medallist (Interview with Marina Frolova-Walker)

Continuing our series of interviews with RMA prize winners (see here and here), we interviewed the 2015 recipient of the Dent Medal, Professor Marina Frolova-Walker (Cambridge University), immediately after her keynote lecture on the second day of the RMA’s 2016 Annual Conference at The Guildhall School

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