MA Sanna Qvick's (Uni. Turku) rehearsal defense, February 24, 2021 online - muto
Finnish Doctoral Network for Music Research
The Finnish Doctoral Network for Music Research is comprised of eight universities: Sibelius Academy, the University of Helsinki, the Universities of Eastern Finland, Jyväskylä, Oulu, Tampere and Turku, and Åbo Akademi.
The central operating principle of the network is upholding the preceding Doctoral Programme in Music Research (2012–2015), that is, supporting national multidisciplinary research on music and the surrounding cultural reality.
NOTE: This network does not award doctoral degrees. It exists to further collaboration in doctoral studies and supervision between music research units in Finnish universities. If you are interested in doctoral studies in Finland, kindly contact the professor(s) working in university department(s) that appear most suitable for your topic and approach.Also, there are no funded doctoral student positions available in the network itself: all doctoral students within the network are post-graduate students of the partner universities.
null MA Sanna Qvick's (Uni. Turku) rehearsal defense, February 24, 2021 online
MA Sanna Qvick's (Uni. Turku) rehearsal defense (“nippupäivä”) will take place via Zoom on February 24, 2021, from 2 to 6 pm. The event will be organised by the Finnish Doctoral Network for Music Research as part of its yearly research seminar, the Winter School.
The title of Qvick's thesis is "Captivating film sounds: Sonic narration and world-making in the soundtracks of Finnish fairy tale films" (please see abstract below), and adjunct professor Meri Kytö (UEF) will be acting as the opponent. Please note that the rehearsal defense will be arranged in English. The event will follow the customary pattern of Finnish PhD defenses, and the audience will have an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the rehearsal defense.
All interested network members are welcome to attend the event. We kindly ask you to register for this rehearsal defense separately by filling out an online form by February 15. More information (incl. the Zoom link and parts of the dissertation) is or will be available on the Moodle website of the seminar. Please find the Moodle link and instructions for Moodle access in the confirmation e-mail you will receive once registered. If you have any further questions about the event, kindly contact the network coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. 0504779213).
Captivating film sounds: Sonic narration and world-making in the soundtracks of Finnish fairy tale films (for Finnish version, please see below)