Carlos Roos Muñoz
Carlos Roos is a lecturer at the Academy of Creative and Performing Arts (ACPA), where he teaches for the Minor Music Studies and the PRE-University Programme.
Fields of interest
- Art Theory
- Cultural Musicology
My research focuses on art theories and practices as found in diverse cultural settings and historical periods. From the methodological point of view, I tend to align my work with the principles of phenomenology and artistic research. Relying on the notion of experience as the level of description, most of my work is built around case studies that allow for testing and/or illustrating ways of thinking about the arts in the widest sense of the term - including music, theatre, cinema and the visual arts.
Grants and awards
ENITS Grant (2011). Empowering Network for International Thai Studies. Thailand Research Fund & Chulalongkorn University, 2011.
Erasmus Mundus Doctorate Grant (2010). EM Action 2 - VECCEU. Education, Audio-visual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), DG EC & DG DEVCO, European Commission.
BA in Art (Universidad Central de Venezuela), MA in Philosophy of Art (Leiden University), PhD in Creative and Performing Arts (Leiden University)
Roos, C. (2020). ‘A metaphysical model of communication: With examples from The Gold Rush’, in Bergman M., Kirtiklis, K. and Siebers, J. (eds.), Models of Communication: Theoretical and Philosophical Approaches. New York and Oxon: Routledge.
Roos, C. (2018). ‘Lost Performance and short film: Behrupiya on the stages of global capitalism’, in Masaeli M., Prabhaka M. (eds.), India as a Model for Global Development, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
- Adjunct Faculty