Mariana’s research focuses on the use of sound for accessibility, as well as the study of acoustical heritage. In addition to researching and lecturing in the field of sound, Mariana also leads the BSc in Film and Television Production.
She has a background in music and sound design, having been awarded the BA degree in Arts with specialisation in Music and the MA degree in Post Production with specialisation in Sound Design.
In 2013 she completed her PhD at the University of York on the importance of virtual acoustics to further our understanding of medieval drama. Mariana has received funding for research from the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the British Academy, the European Commission, and the Royal Society.
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