The Asian Music Research Group aims to advance the School’s long history of research in this region by bringing together individual and collaborative projects from staff and postgraduate researchers.
The Jewish Music Research Group has a scholarly focus on the Asia-Pacific region, an area that has been largely ignored in Jewish music research.
The topic of this project is ‘The Changing Identity and Sustainability of the Music-Cultures and Worldviews of the Riau Islands’ Sea Nomads and Sedentary Malays’
Aiming to study new Romanian music and the impact of communism on music from the 1940s to the early 1960s.
Music in Australian Society is a multi-faceted Research Group that intersects with the Jewish Music Research Group and with elements of the School’s Performance and Composition streams.
Formed in 2008, the aim of this Research Group is to foster research on British music, focusing on 1800 onwards.
This Research Group broadly explores the relationships between music literature, historiography, aesthetics from the eighteenth century to the early twentieth century.