Dr Ann-Marie (Annie) Hanlon is a musicologist with specialisms in cultural theories of music, French modernism and popular music. She is a lecturer in popular musicology and performance at Dundalk Insitute of Technology, Ireland. Her current research focuses on the impact of second-wave feminism on popular music in the 1970s. She is also a performer of rock, pop and folk music on piano, guitar and bass guitar. She completed her PhD at Newcastle University in 2013, focusing on the music and reception of the French composer Erik Satie, spending part of this time as a visiting scholar with the International Group for Interart Research at the Free University, Berlin. In 2006 she graduated with a Masters in Popular Music and Cultural Theories of Music from Newcastle University. She also holds a BMus (First-Class Honours) and a BA in Music and German from University College Cork. She has played with a number of Dublin based bands, including the Gravel Poets and Kellie & The Scruffs, performing at Body n’Soul, the Tall Ships Festival and the Westport Arts Festival.
Publications include a foreword to the Erik Satie study score, Trois Petites Pièces Montées (Munich, 2009), contributions to the Encyclopaedia of Music in Ireland (2012) and book chapters in Caroline Potter (ed.), Erik Satie: Music, Art & Literature (Farnham, 2013) and Regina Strätling & Erik Fischer-Lichte (eds.), Witty Art: Der Kunst und Seiner Beizeihung zu den Künsten (Munich, 2014). She has received awards and bursaries from the National University of Ireland and the Society of Musicology in Ireland.
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