The Music Faculty is spending this week greeting our new undergraduate and graduate students. We are also delighted to welcome the following new senior members to Oxford:
Carole Berreur (pictured), our new academic administrator, joins us from Reading University and takes over from Alec Sims.
Dr Yvonne Liao is joining us on 1st October as a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow to examine the musical venues of British and French settlers from the 1880s through to the 1940s in China’s treaty ports.
Dr Joseph Browning is in receipt of a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship, the subject of his study is “Vital Sounds: Mediating Nature in British Contemporary Music”. He will join the Faculty in January 2018.
Two familiar faces are also returning to the Faculty in new roles:
Dr Mark Doffman will act as Departmental Lecturer to cover ethnomusicology teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and supervise students in the fields of ethnomusicology and popular music studies.
Dr Joanna Bullivant returns to the Faculty, working on the new phase of the AHRC-funded project Digitial Delius with Professor Daniel Grimley.