I’ve reviewed a number of books over the years, including several little “What are you reading?” contributions to Times Higher Educational Supplement (THE). Indeed, I submitted a couple there recently. The first one appeared a couple of weeks ago. The other one will appear before long.
I’m playing the waiting game – I have had a veritable splurge of writing, and now I have to wait to see if anything is accepted. I sandwiched two Georgian-era musicology pieces with a couple of pedagogical ones about teaching online research skills – this is what happens when a music librarian does a musicology PhD then a postgraduate certificate in higher arts education!
- Earlier this Spring, I collaborated on an article about women and music in the Napoleonic era. We’re waiting to hear …
- More recently, I wrote up and submitted my PGCert project as a rather long article. Again, I’m waiting for feedback.
- I immediately followed that up with a shorter, more informal article about a recent teaching session I organised for our B.Ed students. To date, this latter one has been accepted, so it should appear later this year.
- And lastly, I wrote and submitted a book review over the weekend.
More news in due course ….