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Marnix van Berchum

affiliated researcher / PhD candidateat Utrecht University
Focus area: Digital Humanities, Music, Musicology

Marnix van Berchum studied Musicology at Utrecht University, and specialized in musical culture of the 15th and 16th century. He graduated with a thesis on the motets of Jachet Berchem (c.1505-1567). In his PhD research he applies the concepts and methods of network theory on the dissemination of music in the sixteenth century, specifically the repertory of polyphonic settings of the Te deum laudamus in the Lutheran context.
He has a wide range of experience in projects related to ‘digital musicology’, innovations in scholarly communications, research data and Open Access. Marnix is Associate Director and contact person of the CMME Project (www.cmme.org), and chair of the board of Ensemble Aventure.
Marnix is employed as Product Owner at Huygens ING, and affiliated researcher of Utrecht University.

Journal Articles:
Special Section of Leonardo Transactions: Arts, Humanities and Complex Networks

Linked Sources: A Network Approach to the Repertory of Sixteenth-Century Polyphony

June 2014