Experts

 

Music

  • Liam Maloy

    Liam's expertise spans: Music made for children; Children's music and media; Broadcasting music (on TV and radio) for children and families; The music of Sesame Street; The Muppet Show; Bagpuss; Woody Guthrie; BBC's children's radio broadcast (Junior Choice); jazz in children's music; the children's music industry; Music made for children; Children's music and media.
    07929250279
    Education Music children's music children's media Broadcasting music Sesame Street; The Muppet Show Bagpuss Woody Guthrie BBC's children's radio broadcast Junior Choice jazz in children's music; the children's music industry
  • Dr Sergio Camacho

    Dr Camacho is interested in the study of traditional music and performing arts practices in Asia in general, with a special focus on Chinese Orchestras as platforms for intercultural performance and their integration with Western orchestral practices, area to which he has contributed both via scholarly research and applied outputs, including several compositions, arrangements and orchestrations.
  • Dr Lonán Ó Briain

    My research is largely focused on mainland Southeast Asia, especially Vietnam. In that region, I study cultural history, intangible cultural heritage, musical infrastructures and audio technologies, cultures of ethnic minority communities and the environment.
    Arts and Culture Communications Education Environment History Music musical cultures southeast asia ethnomusicology cultural anthropology media studies cultural heritage
  • Dr Russel Skelchy

    Research interests include popular music of maritime Southeast Asia, multiracial studies, popular music (sub)cultures, sound studies, imperialism, decolonisation, and gender studies. Also performes the Indonesian keroncong, Javanese gamelan and Filipino rondalla music.
    0115 951 5845
    Cultures Gender History Migration Music Politics popular music Maritime southeast asia multiracial studies (sub)cultures sound studies imperialism Decolonisation gender studies

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