Music at Glasgow has a dynamic, supportive but rigorous research culture with a strong sense of community linked by ideas and practice. If your work is centred on cultural or historical musicology, this...Read more
The research areas for music are: Musicology (including critical and popular musicology, jazz studies); Composition (including electro-acoustic composition); Performance (including conducting and arranging);...Read more
Students who have not already completed a relevant Masters degree are normally required to complete two research-methods modules: Philosophy and Approaches to Research, and Methodologies and Methods. ...Read more
Creative processes in intercultural music-making are analysed from the perspective(s) of composer, performer, producer, listener.
Discourses of postcolonialism, critical theory, cosmopolitanism and...Read more
Music at Hull has a long-standing history of high quality research. Our internationally excellent and world-leading research in popular music, jazz studies, sonic arts, and music psychology was recognised...Read more
The Arts MRes allows you to undertake a one year full-time or, two year part-time, research project in one or more of the School of the Arts’ key subject areas: Architecture, Communications and Media,...Read more