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Ethnomusicology, Popular Music and Sound Studies

Our ethnomusicological work routinely crosses disciplinary borders. Music as a fundamental musical behaviour is explored bioculturally, historically, and via cutting-edge approaches such as sensory ethnomusicology. Projects with refugees and on musicians from historically marginalised groups bring an urgent political dimension to some of our work in this area.

(* available as PhD supervisor)

People specializing in this area

Academic and Research Staff

Dr Sam Barrett

(Jazz, Miles Davis)*

Prof Ian Cross

(Biocultural Approaches)*

Dr Matthew Machin-Autenrieth

(Spain, Flamenco, Multiculturalism)

Dr Peter McMurray

(Islamic Diaspora, Sensory Ethnomusicology, Popular Musics)*

Dr David Trippett

(Historical Technologies of Sound)*

College Directors of Studies

Dr Sam Barrett

(Jazz, Miles Davis)*

Dr Peter McMurray

(Islamic Diaspora, Sensory Ethnomusicology, Popular Musics)*

Dr David Trippett

(Historical Technologies of Sound)*