Post Doctoral Researcher
Sarah-Jane Gibson graduated with her PhD in Ethnomusicology from Queen’s University in 2018. Her thesis focused on how identity is constructed through singing in a community choir, and if this influences broader identity formations, with a focus on Northern Ireland.
Her research focuses on community and identity formation through amateur choral singing. She has an extensive background in music education, having taught a wide range of ages and abilities in South Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States. Since completing her PhD, she has been working at Queen’s University, tutoring a variety of anthropology and music courses and conducting the University Chamber choir.
- School – School of the Arts