Working in Music Research Network

The Working in Music international research network brings together scholars in the social sciences whose work revolves around labour and production in the musical realm. The network has its roots in the joint efforts of researchers in Scotland and Switzerland, with a first conference held in Glasgow in 2016, followed by a second one in Lausanne in 2018 that will be pursued by a now bi-annual meeting in Turku in 2020. The purpose of this blog is twofold: to provide more detailed information about the network (aims, members, projects and events), and to bring updates and announcements from its members and beyond that revolve around the targeted research axes.

An official Twitter account and a separate mailing list will complete this page in allowing the exchange of ideas and information.

Crystal Palace Orchestra playing in Brisbane circa 1929, Unknown author, CC license

Cite this blog post
Nuné Nikoghosyan (2018, February 2). Working in Music Research Network. Working in Music. Retrieved June 18, 2024, from

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