Find a research supervisor in musicology

Staff in the Department of Music who supervise PhD/MA by Research in the area of musicology.

Dr Nicholas Attfield

Dr Nicholas Attfield

Lecturer in Music

Late nineteenth and early twentieth-century Germany and Austria; symphony and opera; music and politics.

Dr Amy Brosius

Lecturer in Music and Director of Performance

  • Singers and Singing Culture, especially Early Modern
  • Early Modern Italian Vocal Music
  • Modal and Rhetorical Analysis of Early Modern Music
  • Feminism and Gender Studies
  • Performance Theories

Dr Ben Curry

Dr Ben Curry

Lecturer in Music

Music and meaning; Music analysis; Music and philosophy; Music semiotics; Popular music; The blues; Jazz; Music for film; Late eighteenth-century music

Dr Ben Earle

Senior Lecturer

Twentieth-century Italian music; Twentieth-century British music; Analysis of post-tonal music; Theories of musical realism and modernism; Critical Theory; History of Aesthetics; Music under Fascism

Dr Luis-Manuel Garcia

Dr Luis-Manuel Garcia

Lecturer in Ethnomusicology and Popular Music Studies

Electronic dance music; Affect / emotions; Sexuality and queer theory; Tourism, travel and migration; Culture industries and creative labour; Sound studies, texture, tactility

Dr Christopher Haworth

Dr Christopher Haworth

Lecturer in Music (20th / 21st Century Musical Studies)

Experimental music, electronic music, media art, sound art; popular music; History and critical theory of music technology; Digital musicology; Music and genre; Perception of sound and music; Practice-based research in these areas. 

Professor Andrew Kirkman

Professor Andrew Kirkman

Peyton and Barber Professor of Music

Early Music Performance Practice; Fifteenth and sixteenth centuries; popular music; performance; Shostakovichviolin performance; conducting

Dr Ceri Owen

Dr Ceri Owen

Director of Performance

I am a pianist, researcher, and writer.

Professor Matthew Riley

Professor Matthew Riley

Professor of Music
Head of Department of Music

Music analysis;  Music and nationalism; Classical and Romantic instrumental music British music since 1887.

Dr Paul Rodmell

Dr Paul Rodmell

Senior Lecturer

British Music of the C19th and early C20ths; Anglican Church Music; English Opera

 

Music staff research supervision areas