Dr Michael Murphy
Dr. Michael Murphy is a lecturer in the Department of Humanities + Arts Management, Entrepreneurship. He has expertise in the areas Music Industry, Sociology, Management and Communications.
|Chapter: Punk and Religion in the Republic of Ireland, 1977-1981 in Punk + Post Punk Volume 4 Issue 1, March||2015|
|Chapter: ‘Punk and Post-Punk in the Republic of Ireland: Networks, migration and the social history of the Irish music industry’ in Punk + Post Punk Volume 3 Issue 1, April||2014|
|Review: ‘Morrissey. Fandom, Representations and Identities’ Journal of European Popular Culture V. 4/ # 3 September||2013|
|Review: ‘Exploring U2: Is This Rock ‘n’ Roll’ Popular Music / V. 32 / # 02 / May||2013|
|Review: ‘Irish Blood English Heart: Second Generation Irish Musicians in England’ Popular Music / V. 32 / # 01 / January||2013|
The Music Industry, with particular emphasis on Entrepreneurship in the Irish Music Industry.
|Working in Music Conference, Glasgow Organising Musicians in Ireland||2016|
|Punk Scholars Network, Birmingham ‘Punk Now in the Republic of Ireland’||2014|
|IASPM Cork ‘The U2 ‘Field of Production’’||2014|
|SAI Dublin ‘Fianna Fáil and Popular Music’||2014|
|Simon Frith Conference Edinburgh ‘A Social History of Irish Record Labels’||2014|
Awards + Achievements
Art Direction. Winner of JUNO Award (Canadian GRAMMY equivalent) for Best Album Design. Video Making. Finalist for Much Music Awards: Best Video Concept. Finalist for the Jennifer Burke Award for Innovation in Teaching and Learning in 2013.