Jeremiah is a music graduate, holds an MA in Cultural Heritage and International Development, a PG Cert. in Learning and Teaching in HE from Goldsmiths and is presently a PhD researcher at the department of Music. His thesis is entitled, "Django's Worlds: Exploring Style, Influence and Genre Formation in the Music of Django Reinhardt and the Genre of Jazz Manouche"
Jeremiah has extensive teaching experience in HE, having previously worked as an associate lecturer in Music at both Goldsmiths and Middlesex University where he has taught across the degree programme on topics ranging from Jazz to Popular Music Studies. He has also contributed teaching elsewhere at Goldsmiths, for example, guest lecturing at the Dept. of Anthropology on the topic of Music & Intangible Cultural Heritage.
In concert with his academic work, Jeremiah has worked at Goldsmiths Library for several years focusing on Open Access (OA), the university’s institutional repository, Goldsmiths Research Online (GRO) and the university’s OA journal provision Goldsmiths Journals Online (GOJO).
As the subject librarian for Sociology, Anthropology and MCCS he is always happy to assist students and staff with their research needs, so if you’re stuck for where to get something, he would be delighted to hear from you.