about johnathan martineau
anti-Semitic themes in J.S. Bach’s St John Passion (BWV 245) to investigate if Bach intentionally composed those ideas, or if was due to underlying external influences and pressures. In addition to my major, I also have two minors in Psychology and Neuroscience, where my research focus is in the effects of waterborne pharmaceutical compounds on the locomotor behaviour in the American Horseshoe Crab, Limulus polyphemus. Furthermore, for the past few years I have worked as a tutor at Plymouth Academic Support Services for the University System of New Hampshire. The subjects I tutor the most are in study skills, ear training, music theory, neuroscience, psychology, and logic.Musical Aesthetics–utilizing Philosophy to further enhance literary analysis done within Music Theory. My research interests are in analysing the intersections between religious works of music and their implied philosophical & theological doctrines. I recently analysed the
Outside the walls of academia, I greatly enjoy my hobbies of baking, cooking, Dungeons & Dragons, music, and video games. My favorite recipes to make are savory beef bourguignon, zesty chocolate-orange sponge cake, and robust chocolate chip cookies. In D&D you can find me most often playing a character that can use magic. I also often find myself enjoying the exploration of different types of music, some of my favorites currently are The Marcus Hedges Trend Orchestra’s Adventure Time Orchestrated, Osamu Kitajima’s Masterless Samurai, BESTIE’s No Bad Days, Timothy Brindle’s The Unfolding, and all of Ryo Fukui’s Albums. If you would like to get in contact with me for any reason, please go to my contact page, and you can find my curriculum vitae down below. Lastly, if you would like to see my academic portfolio you can do so at my papers page.