MA Course Leader - Popular Music Practice
Dr Gregory Jackson is a researcher whose work focuses on mindfulness and sound therapy, practice-based research methods, and contemporary continental philosophy. He completed his Ph.D. in 2019, which explored the thought of Martin Heidegger, and specifically his reflections on art and its relation to truth.
Gregory leads the MA in Popular Music Practice at BIMM, Dublin, where he also teaches qualitative research methods in general and practice-based research methods in particular, alongside topics in musicology and ethno-musicology. Currently, his research is focused on the application of Oliveros' Deep Listening practice to sound therapy, of which he is also a practitioner.