Music Therapy Conversations - Helen Minors

Episode 60 - 16 March 2022
Topics: Research, Diversity

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