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Glaswegian, currently based in Oxford, with easy access to London, I am a Postgraduate researcher at University of Birmingham.

I have an MA Hons in Psychology and a PG Diploma in Music Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

I have also recently completed 2 modules of a PG Cert in Teaching and achieved Associate Fellowship of the HEA.

Popular Music Lecturer at BIMM London

Writer at Nightshift.

First contribution to Popular Music journal published here:

King, K. (2017). Vinyl Records and Analog Culture in the Digital Age: Pressing Matters. By Paul E. Winters . Lexington Books, 2016. 208 pp. ISBN 978-1-4985-1007-3. Popular Music,36(2), 320-322.

I have presented my research at:

BFE/RMA Conference, Canterbury Christ Church University, January 2017

Music, Media and Technology, RMA/Durham University https://www.dur.ac.uk/music/research/seminars16-17/rma/king/
OXPAN/Oxford Brookes PMRU Popular Music Study Day – 25th May 2017

The Fourth Westminster-Goldsmiths Symposium for Student Research in Popular Music – 26th May

Activating Inclusive Sound Spaces https://inclusivesoundspaces.wordpress.com

First International Conference for Women’s Work in Music, Bangor University, http://wwm.bangor.ac.uk/

I secured funding and co organised a Royal Musical Association Study Day on “Identity and Vinyl Culture” on November 18th 2017.

I also wrote a guest blog for the Royal Music Association.

If you would like to collaborate, or chat about my research area, please email me at KarlynLKing@gmail.com. I am also available for teaching/research opportunities and fully flexible on locations.



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