Teaching experience


Under/postgraduate Teaching, Department of Music, University of Sheffield, UK (Oct’05-Nov’08);

Graduate Teaching Assistant – seminar leader for undergraduate students (academic years 2005/2006, 2006/2007) – seminars on critical thinking, study skills, communication and presentation skills, including students designing and carrying out small individual music psychology research project.

Guest lecturer – Lecture on music listening and wellbeing for students in Ethnomusicology (2007 and 2009), research technique workshop on poster design for MA-students in Music Psychology (2007, 2008, and 2009).

Dissertation supervisor – supervisor for three third-year students’ dissertations Feb-May 2006.


Language Teaching, Nottingham, UK (Jul’05-Present); Self-employed Swedish Language Coach – Teaching Swedish to adult students one to one in person or via internet/phone.

Powergen, Nottingham, UK (Oct’03-Sep’04); Final Accounts Analyst Analysing debt accounts and responsible for training and education of new starters in the team.

The Temple, Auckland, New Zealand (Jun’03); Giving a workshop in music psychology for The Temple Musicians’ Career Development Programme

Sonic Interactive Institute, Piteå, Sweden (Jan’03-Jun’03); Research assistant in BioFeedback music-project – Evaluation of music psychology research, education of staff in music psychology theories and responsible for network contacts in the music psychology area in Sweden.


Other experiences

International Conference of Students of Systematic Musicology 2008, Graaz, Austria; Peer Reviewer for abstract submission

Music Museum, Stockholm, Sweden (Jan’04- Mar’06); Academic Expert Advisor – Development of an exhibition on gender and music. Presented a part of the exhibition 12 Mar’06 at the museum.

Survey study, University of Sheffield, UK (Nov’05-Feb’06); Research Assistant - “An exploratory study of music-listening practices in workplace settings”, PI: Dr Nicola Dibben, funded by Arts and Humanities Research Council.


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