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IMR Distinguished Lecture Series 2017: Research Seminars

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Room 261 / Court Room

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Martin Stokes, ‘The Musical Citizen’: Research Seminars

The 2017 Institute of Musical Research Distinguished Lecture Series will be delivered by Martin Stokes, King Edward Professor of Music at King’s College London.

The series will be entitled ‘The Musical Citizen,’ and the lectures will take place on Thursdays 4th, 11th and 25th of May at 5.30pm at Senate House, University of London. For further details and booking, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/imr-distinguished-lecture-series-2017-tickets-31962597991

Prior to each lecture, from 2-5pm, there will be a seminar on a related topic, which will include presentations from a variety of speakers and an open debate:


Thursday May 4

Room 261, Senate House

Music, migration, and citizenship

Shzr Ee Tan (chair)

Luis-Manuel García

Tom Hodgson

Jasmine Hornabrook

Ian Ritchie

Merav Rosenfeld

Stephen Wilford


Thursday May 11

Room 261, Senate House

Public music studies and citizenship

Tom Perchard (chair)

Matt Brennan

Anna Bull

Katia Chornik

David Hesmondhalgh

Angela Impey


Thursday May 25

Court Room, Senate House (NB: room change from previous)

Theorising music and citizenship

Frederick Moehn (chair)

Byron Dueck

Ed Emery

John Finney

Samuel Llano

Ilana Webster-Kogen


Early booking is advised.

Queries may be sent to imr@rhul.ac.uk.

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