Dr Brianne Dolce on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Medieval Studies, Stromae, and Finding Your Scholarly Voice

Following the keynote lecture by the Jerome Roche Prize 2021 Winner Dr Brianne Dolce at the 2023 RMA Research Students’ Conference (Northumbria University), she was interviewed by Nicholas Ong (RMA Student Committee) who prompted discussions on researching medieval women, musical influences, and the market of academic work. On the RMA website are edited excerpts from the interview which was conducted on 27 January 2023.

Dr Brianne Dolce is the Fitzjames Research Fellow in Music at Merton College, Oxford. She holds degrees from the University of Michigan, King’s College London, and Yale University, where she earned her PhD in musicology in 2020. Before arriving at Oxford, she was a Past & Present Research Fellow at the Institute of Historical Research, University of London, and a visiting researcher in the History Department at Ghent University, Belgium. In 2021, her first article, on women musicians in thirteenth-century Arras, won the Jerome Roche Prize from the Royal Musical Association. 

To read the full article, please visit the RMA website.