Dr Christopher Wiley has published an article on the relationship between teaching and research in contemporary higher education, drawing autoethnographically on his experiences of delivering an undergraduate module on Adele (specifically her 25 album, pictured) and popular music.

Dr Wiley’s full-length article, ‘Exploring the integration of teaching and research in the contemporary classroom: An autoethnographic enquiry into designing an undergraduate music module on Adele’s 25 album’, appeared in the top-quartile journal Arts & Humanities in Higher Education, published on 26 May 2021.

Previous versions of this article had been presented as papers at high-profile international conferences in the UK and Canada.

Further information on Dr Wiley’s article, including the abstract and full text, is available here: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/14740222211013759

Bibliographic citation

Wiley, Christopher. ‘Exploring the integration of teaching and research in the contemporary classroom: An autoethnographic enquiry into designing an undergraduate music module on Adele’s 25 album’. Arts & Humanities in Higher Education: An international journal of theory, research, and practice. doi: 10.1177/14740222211013759.

Full text

The full text of Dr Wiley’s journal article is available here: https://www.academia.edu/65483928/Exploring_the_integration_of_teaching_and_research_in_the_contemporary_classroom_An_autoethnographic_inquiry_into_designing_an_undergraduate_music_module_on_Adeles_25_album