School of Music, Humanities and Media

  • United Kingdom

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The School of Music, Humanities and Media provides a vibrant teaching, learning and research environment for over 1800 students and around 130 staff encompassing Drama, English Language, Linguistics and Modern Languages, English Literature and Creative Writing, History, Journalism, Media and Film and Music and Music Technology.

Our School is an exciting place in which to learn and work. We aim to deliver an inspirational learning experience and undertake pioneering research with a practical emphasis. Our staff are innovative and creative practitioners who offer expertise in their field and bring energy and enthusiasm to their work. 

We offer a varied and exciting portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate courses and the team pride themselves on their commitment to supporting students. We believe strongly in the quality of the support we offer to our students, employers and all our working partners. This support comes not just from our Higher Education Academy qualified academic staff, but also through our professional administrative services and technical support teams.  This, along with our modern facilities, has allowed us to establish a reputation for the quality of our courses, our teaching and our internationally recognised research.

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music Social Sciences
Music Arts & Humanities
politeness Social Sciences
interaction Social Sciences
pragmatics Social Sciences
fan Social Sciences
religious behavior Social Sciences
linguistics Social Sciences

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Research Output 1990 2018

'A Divine Discontent with Wrong': The People's Martyrology

Laybourn, K. & Outram, Q. 30 Jan 2018 Secular Martyrdom in Britain and Ireland: From Peterloo to the Present. 1 ed. p. 1-29 30 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

All the Noises: Hijacking Listening Machines for Performative Research

Bowers, J. & Green, O. 22 Mar 2018 (Accepted/In press) NIME 2018: New Interfaces For Musical Expression.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Stretching
Productivity
Uncertainty

Always-On Fandom, Waiting and Bingeing: Psychoanalysis as an Engagement with Fans' "Infra-Ordinary' Experiences

Hills, M. 2018 The Routledge Companion to Media Fandom. Click, M. & Scott, S. (eds.). 1st ed. New York: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, p. 18-26 9 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

psychoanalytic theory
fan
experience
psyche
everyday experience

Projects 2013 2022

Activities 1997 2018

Ambient @40

Adkins, M. (Organiser)
23 Feb 201824 Feb 2018

Activity: Organising a conference, workshop, ...

Royal Historical Society (Publisher)

Doyle, B. (Member of editorial board)
2018

Activity: Editorial work

British Forum for Ethnomusicography and the Royal Musical Association Research Students' Conference

Haworth, C. (Organiser)
4 Jan 20186 Jan 2018

Activity: Organising a conference, workshop, ...

Research Units

politeness
interaction
pragmatics
religious behavior
linguistics
fan
Fans
BBC
news
sensationalist journalism
music
Music
recording
Sound
musician