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Our research groups enhance the environment for staff and students and create opportunities to share research beyond the School and University.
Our research groups create a context for staff and students to engage with innovative practices and ideas hosting festivals, conferences, lecture series, workshops and laboratories for developing and sharing new research.
Explores the history, performance and reception of opera; its political, social and cultural contexts.
Creates opportunities for dialogue processes, transdisciplinary research and connective practices.
Provides a forum for dialogue between the fields of Composition and Sound Art.
Undertakes research into film history, film theory, as well as film criticism.
Working on words in song, record production in the 1960s, popular music history, music publishing, and music journalism.
One of the leading centres for publishing education in the world, OICPS provides top quality training and consultancy services to the publishing industry, government organizations, charities and NGOs.
The Live Art and Performance Group (LAPER) is a performance art group organised by Veronica Cordova de la Rosa and PhD candidate Peta Lloyd.
The Audience Project (TAP) Research Group aims to encourage, produce and disseminate innovative audience research.