My week is currently allocated 80% as a Performing Arts Librarian, and 20% as Postdoctoral Researcher.  I’m also completing a Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education in the Performing Arts.  The following are some of the highlights in my diary for the next few months:-

Weds 8th February: Research Update Pecha Kucha Session, RCS (Script: pecha-kucha-talk-2017-02 )

Fri 17th February: ‘Towards a Taxonomy of Collecting?’, Cultures of Collecting in Eighteenth-Century Britain and Ireland study day, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, University of Oxford (Invited Speaker)

Fri 7th – Sat 8th April: attending IAML (UK and Ireland) Annual Study Weekend, University of Exeter (Delegate)

Sat 22nd April: ‘A Music Library for St Andrews?  The Considerable Use of the University’s Copyright Music Collection’, Musica Scotica Conference, Stirling (Speaker and Co-Organiser)

Musicologist and Pedagogue trapped in a librarian's body. I'm qualified in music, librarianship and education. I began this blog when I was studying for my PGCert in Learning & Teaching in Higher Arts Education, and I'm now using it for CPD. I'm a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Midweek I am continuing the research I commenced as PI for an AHRC-funded research network @ClaimedStatHall – early legal deposit music. Off-duty I'm hard-wired into my sewing machine!

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