About MusDig

‘Music, Digitisation, Mediation: Towards Interdisciplinary Music Studies’ (MusDig) is a five-year research programme (2010-15) engaged in mapping and analysing the far-reaching changes to music and musical practices afforded by digitisation and digital media in the developing and the developed world.

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SSHRC Connection Grant

Kyle and Alex are pleased to report that they have been awarded a Connection Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (as well as institutional funds from the University of Victoria and University of Oslo). The grant will facilitate a three-day colloquium devoted to their edited collection on music, media, and infrastructure, […]

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Kyle Devine: New Publication

Kyle recently published a chapter on the material dimensions and energy usage of music streaming, which questions the prevailing notion that music digitalized is music dematerialized. The chapter represents an expanded version of a presentation he gave at Musimorphoses: Sur le devenir de l’écoute musicale en régime numérique, which was a colloquium organized as part […]

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Christopher Haworth appointed Lecturer @ University of Birmingham

Christopher Haworth has been appointed as Lecturer in Music (20th and 21st Musical Studies) at University of Birmingham, starting in January 2017. He will teach classes in the areas of electroacoustic music studies, music psychology, studio composition and critical musicology, while continuing his research on the changing uses of the internet in electronic music, and […]

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