Postdoctoral Researcher on the AHRC-funded 'Transforming 19th-Century HIP' research project (TCHIP); Junior Research Fellow, Somerville College
Social and psychological aspects of group music-making; power, creativity, and authorship in musical performance; historical and contemporary orchestral practices.
Postdoctoral Researcher on the AHRC-funded 'Transforming 19th-Century HIP' research project (TCHIP)
Performance practices in nineteenth-century music, source studies, publishing in the nineteenth century, empirical and statistical approaches to music and performance, and performance cultures.
Junior Research Fellow, Christ Church
Twentieth-century Italian opera and music culture; modernism; theories of noise; history of technology; Venetian studies.
British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow
Musical culture of sixteenth and seventeenth-century England.
Research interests in the Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music (DIAMM).
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow
Psychology of performance, time and timing in contemporary performance, jazz studies, creativity studies, improvisation, and musical entrainment.
Junior Research Fellow
Research interests include French music during the Third Republic, sound in literature, film music, urban cultural studies, soundscape studies and sound ecology, sound art and sound maps, music and visual arts.
Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow
Sociology of music, sociology of choral performances and activities, Johann Sebastian Bach, composer-orientation of amateur choirs, music and identity, music and cultural capital, music and social capital, informal music education, choral leadership studies, cultural policy and management, organisational studies of amateur music ensembles.
Lord Crewe Junior Research Fellow in Music, Lincoln College
Fabio is a cultural historian of French and German musical life in the age of European Revolutions (1789-1848). His major interests include canon formation and celebrity culture, music historiography, the ontology of musical notation and performance studies.
British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Research interests in music psychology, music, well-being and health, music and consciousness, music education and the psychology of performance.
AHRC Fellows in the Creative and Performing Arts
Research interests include historical string performance, music in late 18th- and early 19th-century Vienna and London, and performance philosophy.
Research Fellow and Tutor in Music, Oriel College; Lecturer in Music, Christ Church, The Queen’s and Trinity Colleges
Historical musicology (medieval music and music post-1900); music theory and analysis.
British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, non-stipendiary Junior Research Fellow, Jesus College
Gustav Mahler, Richard Wagner, sketch studies, music analysis, conducting studies, performance and interpretation.
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow; Non-Stipendiary Junior Research Fellow, New College
Music and the First World War; music and propaganda; music and propaganda; early twentieth-century French music; cultural history
Postdoctoral Research Fellow on the ERC-funded ‘Music and Late Medieval European Courtly Cultures’ research project (MALMECC)
Laura is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow on the ERC-funded ‘Music and Late Medieval European Courtly Cultures’ research project (MALMECC), focussing on ‘Gender, Lineage and Patterns of Patronage in Late Medieval France, England and the Low Countries’. She is researching the cultural patronage and courtly role/s of Queen Philippa of Hainault, looking particularly at the illuminated manuscripts associated with her and their unusual musical content. Her broader research interests centre on the relationships between art, ideas, power and politics in medieval Britain and Europe. She is also interested in medieval responses to antiquity and the Holy Land.
Lecturer in Music, Magdalen College
Twentieth-century British music; music and politics; modernism; opera; music and identity; Cold War studies; Alan Bush; Michael Tippett; Benjamin Britten; Hanns Eisler; Frederick Delius; digital musicology.
British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow; Non-Stipendiary Junior Research Fellow, St Hilda’s College
Contemporary classical music and sound art; the shakuhachi; Japanese music; music and environment; musical organicism and vitalism; materiality and organology; cosmopolitanism, place-making and transnational scenes; creativity and collaboration; ethnography.
Postdoctoral Researcher, ERC Project ‘Music and Late Medieval Court Cultures’
Medieval song and literature, manuscript transmission, medieval concepts of language
Junior Research Fellow, St. Hilda's College, University of Oxford College Lecturer in Music, Merton College, University of Oxford
British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow; Non-Stipendiary Junior Research Fellow, Lady Margaret Hall
Social and cultural study of music, community music, music ethnography, ethics/morality, Peruvian music and society, hip hop in the UK, music in youth centres, music in prisons/criminal justice.
Post-doctoral Researcher (ERC-Project Music and Late Medieval European Court Cultures)
A Postdoctoral Research Fellow on the ERC-funded ‘Music and Late Medieval European Court Cultures’ research project (MALMECC), Christophe is particularly interested in the period of the Avignon papacy and of the Great Western Schism. His broader research interests cover late medieval warfare, political history, and the history of the Principality of Liège.
Prize Fellow in Music, Magdalen College
Giovanni's research interests span from Latin palaeography and codicology, medieval liturgy, music theory and notation, philology and reception history, manuscripts digital restoration and conservation techniques to ethnomusicology and dialectology.
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, Faculty of Music; Early Career Fellow, TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities; Postdoctoral Associate in the Humanities, St Cross College
Music historiography, post/colonial studies and epistemic ethics; music, global history and local geography; western musical practices in China and historico-ethno/musicological approaches; intersections between history and the archive.