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6th meeting of the Northern Network for Empirical Music Research

Liverpool, 8 April 2022

Hosted by the Applied Music Research Lab (University of Liverpool).

NEMuR @ Liverpool

Continuing the focus on research methods initiated in the previous meeting, we will be discussing the use of mobile experience sampling and eye-tracking in music research, and what implications decolonizing research has for the methods we use. We look forward to welcome you to Liverpool for our first face to face meeting in a looooooooong time. 

Schedule

Time Description
09.45-10.15Welcome and Meeting Introduction
Dr Eduardo Coutinho, University of Liverpool (UK)
10.15-10.45Talk
Mobile Experience Sampling Methods (m-ESM) in Music Research
Dr William Randall, University of Jyväskylä (Finland)
Miss Yiting Cheah and Dr Eduardo Coutinho, University of Liverpool (UK)
10.45-11.15Talk
Eye-tracking in music research
Dr Lauren Fink, Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics (Germany)
11.15-11.45Talk
Decolonising research
Chantelle Lunt, Merseyside Alliance for Racial Equality (UK)
11.45-12.30Student led-session
12.30-13.30Work Lunch
13.30-14.30Workshop
The future of eye-tracking in music research
Led by Dr Lauren Fink
In this (hands-on) session participants will have the opportunity to brainstorm the application of eye-tracking in music research and collectively design a novel study that uses eye-tracking to advance knowledge in an area selected by the workshop participants.
14.30-15.30Workshop
Decolonising music research: how?
Led by Chantelle Lunt and Eduardo Coutinho
In this (hands-on) session participants will have the opportunity to explore the implications of decolonising research in their own work and start developing a new framework that can be used for music researchers to consider decolonisation (and EDI) ideas throughout the whole research process.
15.30-16.30Closing session
Led by Miss Yi-ting Cheah and Mr Mickey Bryan, University of Liverpool (UK)
An opportunity to reflect today’s session, plan future meetings and discussion various topics submitted by workshop participants. Please let us know if you have any topics for discussion.

Directions

Address

School of the Arts Library
23 Abercromby Square
Liverpool L69 7WZ
(go to the 1st floor)

Closest train station

Liverpool Lime Street (~20 minutes walk)

Visitor car parking

University of Liverpool car parks (£6/day; info)
Metropolitan Cathedral car park (£5/day; info)

Organising committee

Eduardo
Coutinho

Senior Lecturer in Music Psychology
Applied Music Research Lab
University of Liverpool

Yiting
Cheah

Ph.D. candidate

Applied Music Research Lab
University of Liverpool

Mickey
Bryan

Ph.D. candidate

Applied Music Research Lab
University of Liverpool

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