Sheila Kate Maxwell
Professor of music history, theory, and analysis
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Research into pop music, medieval music, multimodality, music and the erotic, queer studies, manuscript studies, graphic/non-standard notation, music as a visual artefact, French litterature (particularly medieval), research communication. Monograph Music and the Pornographic Spectrum from the Middle Ages to the Internet under contract with De Gruyter / New Queer Medievalisms and edited volume (with David Carillo-Rangel) Queer Textures of the Past: Feeling the Fifth to the Fifteenth Centuries under contract with De Gruyter / Medieval Institute Publications (both open access thanks to funding from the UB pubication fund).
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Bachelor: Music history and analysis; Performance practice, culture and society in historical perspective; Bachelor project.
Master: Master project; Artistic research and methods.