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Open Forum, 25 April 2023
The next EDIMS (Equality, Diversity & Inclusion in Music Studies) Open Forum session will be held on Tuesday 25th April at 1pm-3pm (BST). You can reserve your spot at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/edims-open-forum-on-aural-neuro-diversity-tickets-617839383227 This forum will be on on Aural-/Neuro-Diversity and is an opportunity to explore these widespread but very underrepresented issues. Roughly 20% of the population have recognisable…
Open Forum, 27 March 2023
This open forum was held Monday 27th March 2023, 1-3pm on Zoom. (Note: the first couple of minutes of the recording are missing but the rest is there.) Open Forum events are intended primarily for staff and students in the Music HE sector, as a space for discussion, exchange of ideas and reflection on current…
EDIMS Research Report Presentation
This presentation of our research report, Slow Train Coming? Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in UK Music Higher Education, was given by Anna Bull (online) at the Department of Music, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, on 31st October 2022.
Slow Train Coming? Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in UK Higher Education
Read online (issuu) Cite as: Anna Bull, Diljeet Bhachu, Amy Blier-Carruthers, Alexander Bradley, and Seferin James, 2022. Slow Train Coming? Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in UK Music Higher Education. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Music Studies network.
Launch of Research Report
Wednesday 16th November, 6.30pm online and in person at King’s College London. We are delighted to announce the launch of the EDI Music Studies research report ‘Slow Train Coming? Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in UK Music Higher Education’. The launch will take place in-person at King’s College London and online at 6.30pm on Wednesday 16th November. All welcome. The report…
Open Forum: Equality in Opera
This Open Forum was held on Zoom on Friday 2nd December, 1-3pm: Organiser and contact: Francesca Vella (email@example.com) Speakers: Katharine Ellis (Cambridge), Chair Nazli Tabatabai-Khatambakhsh (GSMD) Mia Pistorius (UCL/Witwatersrand) Sophie Gilpin (SWAP’ra) Michael Harper (RNCM)