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The Mercury Prize to the lecture hall: how I became a music geographer

This blog, originally posted on the University of Hull’s GEES-ology site, traces the slightly unconventional path that I took to being a music geographer. It takes in my lengthy, and stil ongoing, involvement with the Mercury Prize. Given that this year’s Mercury show takes place on Wednesday night at the Roundhouse in Chalk Farm, London, it seems a vaguely appropriate time to re-post it here.