About Jonathan Moss
After 3 years as Graduate Tutor at Sheffield Hallam University, Jonathan became a permanent lecturer with the Event Management subject team in 2015. After 2 years at Sheffield Hallam University he joined Leeds Beckett University in August 2017. He is post-Viva for his Ph.D., "A Phenomenological Exploration of Experience at Live Music Festivals," and is due to complete in March 2018. He has published in 3 books; Strategic Event Creation (2014; Goodfellow); Festival and Event Experience (2015; Leisure Studies Association); and Critical Events Studies: Approaches to Research (2016, Palgrave, Macmillan ). He has also published in Arts and the Market with the paper, co-authored with Emma Wood; "Capturing emotions: experience: sampling at live music events. (2015). His research interests include: live music events, phenomenological psychology, descriptive experience sampling and Critical Realism.
He is currently teaching on: Creative Events Marketing (L4), Professional Event Practice 2 (L5), Festival Management (L5), Individual Project (L6), Event Operations Management (L7).
Experience Sampling Methods, Descriptive Experience Sampling, Critical Realism, Phenomenological psychology, Experience, Live music festivals, Flow, Optimal experiences, Liminality, Emergence, False Beliefs, Lifeworld.