Emma Adlard

Emma Adlard is in the second year of her AHRC-funded PhD at King’s College London researching women’s patronage of French music and dance between 1900 and 1930. Emma holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Royal Holloway and a Master’s degree from Oxford; before beginning her doctorate she worked at Oxford University Press as an Editorial Assistant in the Music Department. In May 2011 Emma co-organised a joint conference between King’s and the University of North Carolina entitled ‘Music, Sound and Space in France: 1850 to World War I’, and she has given papers at the Seventh International Conference on Music Since 1900 and at the Tenth Annual Conference of the Society of Dix-Neuviémistes. Emma was recently awarded an AHRC scholarship to spend four months researching at the Library of Congress this year as a fellow of the John W. Kluge Center.

Recent Past Lectures
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Part of a conference

Part Three: 'Time-full' Interiors - Debussy, FĂȘte galante and the Salon of Marguerite de Saint-Marceaux

Emma Adlard
Friday, 13 April 2012 - 11:00AM