Monthly Archives: March 2014

Two new books from Byron Dueck

Department of Music lecturer Byron Dueck has two new books out! The first, Musical Intimacies and Indigenous Imaginaries: Aboriginal Music and Dance in Public Performance (Oxford University Press), is a monograph exploring several of the genres performed in the vital … Continue reading

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New research project blog launch: Online networks and the production of value in electronic music

This week marks the launch of the blog for the research project ‘Online networks and the production of value in electronic music‘. The six-month venture is a collaboration between the Open University and King’s College London, with funding from the … Continue reading

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Byron Dueck to speak at study day on music, circulation and the public sphere

Byron Dueck will present an invited paper, ‘What is a Musical Public?’, at ‘Music, Circulation and the Public Sphere‘, a joint study day of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology and the Royal Musical Association. The event will be held Friday … Continue reading

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