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Music Therapy Conversations

Mar 16, 2022

In episode 60, Davina Vencatasamy talks to Helen Minors.

Helen Julia Minors is School Head of Performing Arts and Associate Professor of Music at Kingston University, London. She is also a Visiting Professor in Artistic Research at Luleå University of Technology, Sweden. She has published books: Music, Text and Translation (2013); Building Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Bridges: Where Theory Meets Research and Practice, co-edited with Pamela Burnard, Valerie Ross, Kimberly Powell, Tatjana Dragovic and Elizabeth Mackinlay (2016); Paul Dukas: Legacies of a French Musician, co-edited with Laura Watson (2019); Artistic Research in Performance Through Collaboration, co-written/co-edited with Martin Blain (2020); Music, Dance and Translation (forthcoming); and The Routledge Companion to Women and Musical Leadership: the nineteenth century and beyond, co-edited with Laura Hamer (forthcoming). Recent articles have appeared in London Review of Education (2017, 2019) and recent book chapters in Translating Opera: Eastern and Western Perspectives (2019), Translation and Multimodality: Beyond Words (2019), Tibon (2021). Helen is also the founder and co-chair of EDI Music Studies Network, and former chair of MusicHE From January 2022 she will be co-investigator of Women's Musical Leadership Online Network, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council