Miss Enya Doyle, BA Hons (Dunelm), MA by research (York)
Enya Doyle is a second year doctoral student working with Bennett Zon in the Music Department and Frances Clemson in the Theology Department. Her academic interests include links between music, theology, education, social justice, and gender. Reflecting this, her PhD is an exploration of the changing patterns of theology that affect the inclusion of women and girls in British Cathedral music. Enya is a St Matthias Foundation PhD Scholar.
Outside of her PhD study, Enya is the Chair of the Church Music & Worship Conference (due to take place in Durham in April 2018), the current Administrator at the Centre for Nineteenth Century Studies, a Pastoral Tutor at St John's College, a Mentor at Trevelyan College, and Creator / Head Mentor for the Music Department Student Mentorship Scheme. Enya also works as Senior Pastoral Care for the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Enya has previously organised the York Conference on Church Music (Feb 2017) and spoke at the First International Conference on Women's Work in Music (September 2017). She is working on proposals for various conferences at present, and hopes to publish some of her work soon.
- British choral and cathedral music
- Music and Social Justice
- Music Theology
- The long nineteenth-century
Historical Studies 2 (Music Department)