Colleges, School and Institutes
Willingness to take PhD students
Ben Earle's primary research interests focus on the history, analysis and criticism of musical modernism, both Italian and British. He is widely published and currently has four new pieces of work pending, including a preface for the reprint of Giovanni Salviucci'sOuverture in do diesis minore(Munich: Musikproduktion Jürgen Höflich, forthcoming).
He teaches modules on twentieth-century music history, analysis of tonal and post-tonal music, and aesthetics. He is also currently supervising a dissertation on temporality in late Debussy and would welcome doctoral research enquiries that relate to his research interests.