Lecturing, Research and Critical Writing
Alexis is Lecturer in Music at Goldsmiths, University of London and a visiting supervisor at the University of Cambridge.
His research interests range widely, from British film music in the 1930s, folk music of England and Ireland, via medieval performance practice, to the depiction of climate change in audiovisual media.
As Edison Fellow at the British Library Sound Archive, he researched Francis Chagrin’s work at the BBC French Service.
At Goldsmiths, Alexis teaches composition, analysis, historical musicology, audiovisual studies, creative research, and media composition. He supervises third-year undergraduates at the University of Cambridge, and has also been a visiting lecturer at Brunel University, Kingston University, and the Animation Production department at Arts University Bournemouth.
He is Reviews Editor of Music, Sound, and the Moving Image, a journal published by Liverpool University Press.
Alexis is currently developing an edited collection of essays on climate change in audiovisual media.
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