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Twentieth-Century Studies

Our expertise in twentieth-century studies brings together researchers whose musicological roots collectively extend back to the nineteenth century, giving the Cambridge team a uniquely wide-angle view of historical transformation in Russia, France and Spain particularly. Work on jazz, modernist and traditional musics alike overlays chronological sweep with significant generic depth.

(* available as PhD supervisor)

People specializing in this area

Academic and Research Staff

Dr Sam Barrett

(Jazz, Miles Davis)*

Professor Katharine Ellis

(French Cultural History)*

Prof Marina Frolova-Walker

 (Russian/Soviet Cultural History)*

Dr Matthew Machin-Autenrieth

(Spain, Flamenco, Multiculturalism)

Affiliated Lecturers

Jeremy Thurlow

 (France, Messiaen and Dutilleux)

College Directors of Studies

Dr Sam Barrett

(Jazz, Miles Davis)*

Prof Marina Frolova-Walker

 (Russian/Soviet Cultural History)*

Jeremy Thurlow

 (France, Messiaen and Dutilleux)

College Directors of Music

Jeremy Thurlow

 (France, Messiaen and Dutilleux)