Jim’s research explores the relationships between politics and music, especially focussing on anarchist activism and contemporary punk culture in various international contexts such as Northern Ireland, Britain, Poland, and Indonesia.
Jim is also a Research Fellow on the ‘Sounding Conflict: from resistance to reconciliation’ project which investigates the role of sound in conflict and post-conflict societies.
Jim’s research on this project is focussed around the Musicians without Borders community music making initiative in Derry, Northern Ireland.Find out more
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