Christian Thomas Leitmeir - Curriculum Vitae#


1. Undergraduate Studies
1995 to 1998: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich
main subjects: Musicology (first main subject, 1995-8, distinction), Comparative Literature (second main subject, 1997-8)
2. Postgraduate Studies
1998-9: King’s College London, MMus (Distinction)
2000-2003: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich (2000-2002) and Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen (2003)
Dr. phil. (summa cum laude)
thesis: Komponieren im Brennpunkt von Kirche und Kunst. Eine Fallstudie über ‘katholische’ Musik der Spätrenaissance am Beispiel der Werke von Jacobus de Kerle (1531/32-1591), supervised by Franz Körndle (Munich/Jena) and Manfred Hermann Schmid (Tübingen)


(only full-time positions listed)
  • 2003–6: The Warburg Institute, University of London, Long-Term Frances A. Yates Research Fellow
  • 2007-present: Bangor University, School of Music, Senior Lecturer in Music

Major administrative duties at Bangor
  • Deputy Head of School (2011–)
  • Director of Graduate Studies (School of Music) (2009–)
  • Director of Research (School of Music) (2012–)
  • REF Co-ordinator for Music (2012–)
  • Director of the Centre for Research in Early Music (2012–)
  • Deputy Director of the Centre for Medieval Studies (since 2007–8)


1. Honorary positions and editorships
2004–2013: Editor of Musik in Bayern (journal of the Gesellschaft für Bayerische Musikgeschichte)
2008-present: Council Member and Treasurer to the Plainsong and Medieval Music Society
2008-present: Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of the Alamire Foundation
2010-2014: Co-Editor of Plainsong and Medieval Music (contracted by Cambridge University Press for 4 years)

2. Peer Review
Referee and Peer Reviewer for the following funding organisations:
AHRC (UK), DAAD (Germany), dfg (Germany), FWO (Research Foundation Flanders, Belgium)
Peer Reviewer for the following journals:
Journal of the Warburg and Cortauld Institutes; Journal of the Royal Musicological Association; Journal of the Alamire Foundation; Music & Letters; Music Theory Spectrum; Plainsong & Medieval Music

3. Grant Capture (selections)
Commission from the Polish Academy for a critical edition of Teodoro Riccio, Liber primus missarum, Monumenta Musicae in Polonia (Warsaw, 2016): £12,900 (2013-15)
Co-Investigator for AHRC research grant 'Production and Reading of Music Sources, c. 1480–1530': £ 797,615 and a fully funded PhD studentship (2010–14)
Amplonius Fellowship (Erfurt University Library): maintenance grant for a two-month research stay at Erfurt, September and October 2010: €3,400

A full and regularly updated CV can be found at:
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