BIBAC Founders and Conference Convenors:

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Professor Pam Burnard

Professor of Arts, Creativities & Education, University of Cambridge
Email: pab61@cam.ac.uk
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Professor Valerie Ross
Director, Centre for Intercultural Musicology at Churchill College Cambridge
Email:
vr270@cam.ac.uk
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bibac2016@educ.cam.ac.uk

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Conference Committee 2016

 

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Graphics Pixie
Website design and support
www.graphicspixie.co.uk
julie-blake Julie Blake
Social Media Coordinator
sam Samantha Salsbury
Conference Administrator
gabby Gabby Arenge
Master’s student at Cambridge’s Faculty of Education. Linkedin
mita  Mita Pujara
Artist-researcher, facilitator & evaluator of socially engaged arts practices. Website
Malachi Malachi D. Fortune
Apudo-Achola

PhD (music education and technology) research student at Cambridge University
Tatjana Dr Tatjana Dragovic
Leader of the Leadership, Educational Improvement and Development research community. Website
Rachel Rachel Lai
PhD Candidate in Education, researching on Cultural sustainability
Rstl3@cam.ac.uk
Stephen-Fairbanks Stephen Fairbanks
PhD student, music educator, and orchestra conductor-enthusiast
sf481@cam.ac.uk
peter-miles Peter Miles
BIBAC AV Support
bibac2016av@gmail.com
liz winter Liz Winter
BIBAC Display Manager
Social psychologist; researching identities and wellbeing.
lucian Lucian Stephenson
Eventbrite administrator

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