RMA research colloquia return for 2021

Published: 22 September 2021

Five RMA research colloquia have been announced for semester 1. These will all be available to watch online, with some recorded in the University Concert Hall with public access.

Our 2021/22 RMA Research Colloquia series begins on Wednesday 6th October.

These take place at 5.15pm, and all are presented online via Zoom.

In addition, please note the talks on 20th October and 1st December will be broadcast live from the University Concert Hall, meaning that there is also the possibility of attending in person. 

Wednesday 6th October

“Spain in Our Ears: International Responses in Support of the Republic during the Spanish Civil War” (virtual roundtable to celebrate the launch of the special issue of Journal of War & Culture Studies, Vol. 14, Issue 4, 2021).

Participants include:

Dr Rachel Woodward (University of Newcastle) - editor, Journal of War and Culture Studies

Dr Eva Moreda Rodríguez (University of Glasgow) and Dr Igor Contreras Zubillaga (University of Huddersfield) - guest editors of the special issue

Dr Diego Alonso (Humboldt-Universität Berlin), Dr Kate Bowan (Australian National University), Prof Carol A. Hess (University of California, Davis), Dr Jerôme Rossi (Université de Nantes) - authors

Prof Annegret Fauser (University of North Carolina) and Dr Mari Paz Balibrea (Birkbeck, University of London) - respondents

Zoom only

Wednesday 20th October

Dr James Cook (University of Edinburgh), “Hearing Historic Scotland: Reflections on Virtual Reality and Music”

Zoom and in-person in the University of Glasgow’s Concert Hall

Wednesday 10th November

Dr Carmel Raz (Max-Planck-Institut für empirische Ästhetik), “Blinded by ‘Nature’: Walter Young’s Essay on Rythmical Measures (1790)”

Zoom only

Wednesday 17th November

Dr Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri (Cornell University), “Shaping Sound”

Zoom only

Wednesday 1st December

Dr Matthew Machin-Autenrieth (University of Aberdeen), “‘Flamenco from Shore to Shore’: Nation Branding and Cultural Diplomacy in the Western Mediterranean”

Zoom and in-person in the University of Glasgow’s Concert Hall

First published: 22 September 2021