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MemberJonathan Godsall

Jonathan is primarily a musicologist, with overlapping research interests in music and screen media, musical intertextuality, and musical reception. He also performs as a drummer and percussionist in various contexts. Jonathan was awarded his PhD in musicology from the University of Bristol in 2014. His research on screen-music topics is published and forthcoming in journals and edited books, as well as in his monograph, ‘Reeled In: Pre-existing Music in Narrative Film’ (Routledge, 2019). Jonathan is currently Teaching Fellow in Music at Royal Holloway, University of London, and also a Visiting Lecturer at the Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge. He has previously taught music at the University of Bristol, Oxford Brookes University, Plymouth University, Keele University, and City, University of London. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

MemberMariana Strassacapa Ou

…September 2016 – September 2017
MSc Library Science  City, University of London
Awarded ‘Best Student Prize’, Library and Information Science
Dissertation: ‘The public libraries of London’ collection : oral history in the digital age

February 2007 – November 2012
BA Architecture & Urbanism  University of Sao Paulo, Architecture and Urbanism College
Awarded with honours
Dissertation: Three Gorges Dam : the city and the territory in China (in Portuguese)…

I am a converted Londoner, originally from Brazil. After working a few years in Sao Paulo as an architect and graphic designer, I came to the UK to pursue a master’s in Library Science. Having received my degree from City, University of London, I am currently working with cataloguing and digitisation of special items, such as pamphlets and posters, from the incredible archives of the Marx Memorial Library. I love all aspects of research work. My main interests at the moment: archive studies, library and archive history, digital archives, Spanish civil war. History, social history, and philosophy are passions that leave traces on everything I write and do. I am currently reading: a history of lighthouses, a global history of work, and a collection of British classic ghost stories