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Lisa Colton is Reader in Musicology and Director of Graduate Education (School of Music, Humanities & Media). Lisa’s studies in medieval musicology, medieval studies, and early music performance led to her doctoral thesis, 'Music and sanctity in England, c.1260-c.1400' (University of York, 2004), exploring themes of nationalism, sanctity and virginity in late medieval English music. Lisa is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and an active member of the Plainsong and Medieval Music Society and the Royal Musical Association. Her monograph, Angel Song: Medieval English Music in History, was published by Routledge (2017). She is currently working on three main projects: a book on medieval insular liturgies (with Ann Buckley, for Cambridge University Press); a book on medieval female-voice song (with Anna Grau-Schmidt, for Brill); and a project supported by the Neil Ker Memorial Fund (British Academy), entitled Henry Wells and his Books.


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