Forthcoming talks/recordings of past talks

29 September 2022. How can classical music change to become more inclusive? Nordic Orchestra Managers conference, Reykjavik. (online)

13 October 2022. Keynote speaker at the launch of te ‘Ending Sexual Violence and Harassment in HEIs Implementation Plan, 2022-2024’. Higher Education Agency, Ireland (Dublin; in person)

26 October, 2022. Maynooth University, Ireland (online). Is classical music education a ‘conducive context’ for sexual harassment and misconduct?

31 October 2022. Norwegian University of Science and Technology (online). Slow Train Coming? Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in UK Music Higher Education (the research report from the EDI Music Studies research network)

1 November 2022. Sharing research findings on staff sexual misconduct in academia across the UK, Belgium and the Netherlands (online). The 1752 Group webinar. 10.30am-12pm. (registration details will be available on twitter @1752group )

10-11 November 2022. Violence Against Women and Girls Research Network conference, Liverpool (in person)

22 November 2022. Westminster Insight Tackling Sexual Harassment and Violence in Higher Education (online)


Here are some previous talks I’ve given that you can listen if you’re interested.

Here is an overview of the research report ‘Slow Train Coming: Equality and Diversity in UK Music Higher Education’ given at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 31 October 2022:

You can watch a short video from Susan Oman and myself here, giving an overview of our article ‘Joining up well-being and sexual misconduct data and policy in HE: ‘To stand in the gap’ as a feminist approach’ published in 2022 in The Sociological Review. The article is here.

I gave a talk on at mdw – University for Music and Performing Arts Vienna – called Higher Music Education after #MeToo as part of Rosa Reitsamer and Rainer Prokop’s online lecture series: ‘Music, sexual harassment, racism: continuities and change’. You can watch the other lectures, from Rosemary Hill and Antonio C. Cuyler, here.

I spoke at the EDI Music Studies panel on the Arts Council England report on diversity in classical music, Friday 27 May 2022 1-3pm – watch the discussion here or below

In April 2022, I spoke at a panel for the Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music‘s symposium.