Research into the performance of music with special reference to the Middle Ages and to the cultivation of plucked stringed instruments in Western Europe between the sixteenth century and the nineteenth
About this Fellow
The anthropology of material aesthetics, mathematics and memory; The nature of innovation and the cognitive work of images, taking insights from ethnographic research in Oceania to the laboratory context of materials science
- Professor of Anthropology and Head of Department, University College London
Music History USA, Canada and/or Mexico Resident in California for 9 years Central Europe Much work on German musical culture
Western Europe France History of Art
Ethnomusicology: music as an agent of change in culture and modern history; music and religion and race; music in European Judaism and Islam.