Below are just some recent examples of research conducted at UCL around and in the field of music.
- MusAI, an ERC-funded project with Professor Georgina Born
- Sound-making Space, a UCL Bartlett Doctoral Network, a diverse group of researchers and practitioners who think about and engage with architecture and space through sound.
- PEARL (Person Environment Activity Research Laboratory) a unique facility to explore the ways in which people interact with their environment.
- The Active Citizens Sound Archive, a multilingual archive of solidarities and collaborations, of diversities and possibilities.
Adhitya, S. (2018) Musical Cities: Listening to Urban Design and Planning UCL Press
Baker, D and Green, L (2018) Disability arts and visually impaired musicians in the community. In: Bartleet, BL and Higgins, L, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Community Music. (pp. 477-502). Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK. (2018)
Bowersox, J (2021). Blackface and Black faces on German and Austrian stages, 1847-1914. In L. Tonger-Eck, P. Layne (Eds.), Staging Blackness. Ann Arbor, USA: University of Michigan Press.
Bowersox, J. (2020). Seeing black: Foote’s Afro-American Company and the performance of racial uplift in Imperial Germany (1891). German History, 38 (4). doi:10.1093/gerhis/ghaa064
Clark, CN and Warren, JD (2015) Music, memory and mechanisms in Alzheimer's disease. Brain , 138 (Pt 8) pp. 2122-2125. (2015)
Gilbert, S (2005) Music in the Holocaust Oxford University Press
Gold, N.E.; Wang, C; Olugbade, T; Berthouze, N; Williams, A; (2020) P(l)aying Attention: Multi-Modal, Multi-Temporal Music Control. In: Proceedings - International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression. NIME: Birmingham, UK. (In press).
Gold, N.E., Purves, R., & Himonides, E. (2022). Playing, Constructionism, and Music in Early-Stage Software Engineering Education. Multidisciplinary Journal for Education, Social and Technological Sciences, 9(1), 14–38.
Himonides, E; Thompson, WF; (2021) Media and technology in music education. In: Thompson, WF and Olsen, KN, (eds.) The Science and Psychology of Music From Mozart at the Office to Beyoncé at the Gym. (pp. 325-330). Greenwood: Santa Barbara, CA.
Lee, D (2021) Form as classification: an exploration of musical form as a knowledge organization system. NASKO 2021: Resilience, Resistance, and Reflection: Knowledge Organization at a Crossroads. University of Washington Archive.
Lee, D (2020) Hornbostel-Sachs classification of musical instruments [Digital scholarly resource]. Retrieved from https://www.isko.org/cyclo/hornbostel.
Neveu Kringelbach, H and Plancke, C (2019) Introduction: dance in Africa and beyond: creativity and identity in a globalized world. Critical African Studies , 11 (1) pp. 1-9. (2019)
Palmer, T; Baker, D; (2021) Classical soloists' life histories and the music conservatoire. International Journal of Music Education
10.1177/0255761421991154. (In press).
Ramalho, J. R. (2021). Sexsationalist Feminism in The Devil’s Carnival Project (2012, 2015). In J. Lobalzo Wright and M. Shearer (Eds), Musicals at the Margins: Genre, Boundaries, Canon. Bloomsbury.
Ramalho, J. R. (2020). The Blasphemous Grotesqueries of The Tiger Lillies. In C. Bloom (Ed.), The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary Gothic. Palgrave Macmillan.
Rushworth, JF (2019) If the ‘Schu’ Fits: Translating a Moment of Song in Proust’s Le Temps Retrouvé. French Studies Bulletin , 40 (150) pp. 21-24. (2019)
Steadman, P. (2021) Renaissance Fun: The machines behind the scenes UCL Press
Bolton, L, Jiang, J and Warren JD (2022) Music as a person centred intervention for dementia. BMJ 2022;376:o518
Wunderlich, F (2013) Place-temporality and urban place-rhythms in Urban Analysis and Design: an aesthetics akin to music Journal of Urban Design
Wunderlich, F (2014) Place-temporality and rhythmicity: a new aesthetics and methodological foundation for urban design theory and practice, in Carmona, M. (Ashgate Publishers)