Publications

Dyndahl, P. & Nielsen, S. G. (2017). Musikkundervisning som de gode intensjoners tyranni? [Music education as a tyranny of good intentions?] In G. Trondalen, K. Stensæth & Ø. Varkøy (Eds.). Musikk, handlinger, muligheter. Festskrift til Even Ruud [Music, actions, opportunities. Festschrift to Even Ruud] (pp. 253-264). Skriftserie fra Senter for forskning i musikk og helse (CREMAH), vol. 10. Oslo: NMH-publikasjoner 2017:4.

Hara, M. (2017). Report on the lecture at Norway-Japan Academic Network event (in Japanese) in JSPS Stockholm newsletter. Vol. 54. Stockholm: JSPS.

Vestby, S. (2017). Folkelige og distingverte fellesskap: Gentrifisering av countrykultur i Norge – en festivalstudie [Popular and distinguished communities: Gentrification of country music culture in Norway – a festival study]. (PhD dissertation). Elverum: Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences.

Dyndahl, P., Karlsen, S., Nielsen, S. G., & Skårberg, O. (2016). The academisation of popular music in higher music education: The case of Norway. Music Education ResearchDOI: 10.1080/14613808.2016.1204280

Dyndahl, P. (2016). Everything except dance band music: Cultural omnivorousness, norms, and the formation of taboos. In S. H. Klempe (Ed.). Cultural Psychology of Musical Experience (A volume in the series: Advances in Cultural Psychology: Constructing Human Development, Series Ed. J. Valsiner) (pp. 143-163). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publications.

Dyndahl, P. (2015). Academisation as activism? Some paradoxes. Finnish Journal of Music Education, 18(2), 20-32.

Hara, M. (2015). Pathways of musicians with an immigrant background in Norway. In the Conference Proceedings of MUSICULT '15 Locality & Universality (pp. 237-247). Istanbul: DAKAM (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center).

Dyndahl, P., Hara, M., Karlsen, S., Nielsen, S. G., Skårberg, O. & Vestby, S. (2015). Om tilværelsens letthet og tyngde: Dansebandkultur som høgskolestudium [On the lightness and heaviness of being: Dance band culture as an academic study]. In S. Dobson, L. A. Kulbrandstad, S. Sand & T.-A. Skrefsrud (Eds.), Dobbeltkvalifisering: Perspektiver på kultur, utdanning og identitet (pp. 131–150). Bergen: Fagbokforlaget.

Dyndahl, P. (2015). Hunting high and low: The rise, fall and concealed return of a key dichotomy in music and arts education. In M. P. Fleming, L. Bresler & J. O’Toole (Eds.). The Routledge International Handbook of the Arts and Education (pp. 30-39). London: Routledge.

Dyndahl, P., Karlsen, S., Skårberg, O. & Nielsen, S. G. (2014). Cultural omnivorousness and musical gentrification: An outline of a sociological framework and its applications for music education researchAction, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education, 13 (1), 40-69.

Dyndahl, P. & Nielsen, S. G. (2014). Shifting authenticities in Scandinavian music educationMusic Education Research, 16(1), 105-118.

Dyndahl, P. (2013). Musical gentrification, socio-cultural diversities, and the accountability of academics. In P. Dyndahl (Ed.). Intersection and interplay: Contributions to the cultural study of music in performance, education, and society (Perspectives in music and music education, no 9) (pp. 173-188). Lund: Malmö Academy of Music, Lund University.

Conference papers and keynotes

Vestby, S. (2017). And you shall be forever mine: Country music narration across festival communities. Paper at the 19th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, Popular music studies today. University of Kassel, Germany, 26.-30.06.2017. Abstract published in Conference Proceedings.

Dyndahl, P., Karlsen, S., Nielsen, S. G. & Skårberg, O. (2017). "Musical gentrification" or The extensive academisation of popular music in Norwegian higher music education. Symposium at the 10th International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education. The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, London, UK, 11.-14.06.2017.

Dyndahl, P., Nielsen, S. G., Karlsen, S. & Skårberg, O. (2017). Academisation, institutionalisation and gentrification of popular music in Norwegian higher music education and research. Paper presented at the Tenth International Research in Music Education Conference. Bath Spa University, UK, 24.-27.04.2017. Abstract published in Conference Proceedings.

Dyndahl, P., Nielsen, S. G., Karlsen, S. & Skårberg, O. (2017). Changing scholarly culture : The academisation of popular music in Norwegian higher music education. Paper presented at the conference Musical Cultures, Sempre – Society for Education, Music and Psychology Research. University of Hull, UK, 03.-05.04.2017. Abstract published in Clark, S., King, E., Marshall, G., Prior, H. & Himonides, E. (Eds.). (2017). Musical Cultures Conference SEMPRE Conference Proceedings.

Dyndahl, P., Karlsen, S., Nielsen, S. G. & Skårberg, O. (2016). The emergence and academisation of popular music in Norwegian higher music education. Paper at the 6th Midterm Conference of the European Sociological Association’s Research Network Sociology of Culture (RN7). University of Exeter, UK, 16.-18.11.2016.

Karlsen, S., Dyndahl, P., Nielsen, S. G. & Skårberg, O. (2016). The openness of Norwegian music academia towards popular music – real or apparent? Paper at the ISME 2016, International Society for Music Education's 32nd Biennial World Conference. Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow, Scotland, 24.-29.07.2016.

Hara, M. (2016). Pathways of professional immigrant musicians: Collaborations as vehicles to foster social mobility. Paper at the Third ISA Forum of Sociology. International Sociological Association. University of Vienna, Austria, 10.-14.07.2016.

Hara, M. (2016). Tracing the trajectories of tradition in migrant musicians’ worlds in Norway. Paper at the International Council for Traditional Music: Music and Minorities Study Group Symposium. ICTM. University of Rennes, France, 04.-08.07.2016.

Hara, M. (2016). Sustain the career, sustain the assemblage: Exploring how immigrant musicians cultivate, negotiate and reconcile their musicianship. Paper at the symposium Pebbles in the Pound: Socarts at Ten. Socarts. University of Exeter, UK, 12.-13.05.2016.

Dyndahl, P., Hara, M., Karlsen, S., Nielsen, S. G., Skårberg, O., & Vestby, S. (2016). Musical gentrification and socio-cultural diversities: The findings. Symposium at the conference Technology and creativity in music education. Nordic Network for Research in Music Education. Hedmark University of Applied Sciences, Hamar, Norway, 08.-10.03.2016.

Hara, M. (2016). Sustaining the assemblage: Exploring how immigrant musicians cultivate, negotiate and renovate their musicianship in their host country. Paper at the conference Technology and creativity in music education. Nordic Network for Research in Music Education. Hedmark University of Applied Sciences, Hamar, Norway, 08.-10.03.2016.

Dyndahl, P. (2015). Populærkulturelt mangfold, inkludering og ekskludering [Popular cultural diversity, inclusion and exclusion]. Keynote under Musik­pedagogdagar i Malmö, arrangert av Lunds Universitet, Musikhögskolan i Malmö, Sverige, 26.-27.10.2015.

Skårberg, O. (2015). Jazzforskning i Norge: En gjennomgang av norske hovedoppgaver, masteroppgaver og doktoravhandlinger med jazz som tema fram til 2012. Paper på den 11. nordiske jazzkonferansen: Dokumentasjon, forskning og formidling av jazz i Norden. Nasjonalbiblioteket, Oslo, Norge, 22.-23.10.2015.

Nielsen, S. G. (2015). How can the gentrification metaphor provide a sociological perspective on the conditions for knowledge formation in music academies? Paper at Research on Knowledge Formation in and through Music – Symposium. The Royal Academy of Music, Oslo, Norway, 09.09.2015.

Hara, M. (2015). Pathways for emergent musicians with immigrant background in Norway. Paper at the 12th conference of the European Sociological Association, Differences, Inequalities and Sociological Imagination. Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Republic, 25.-28.08.2015.

Vestby, S. (2015). Institutionalizing a genre: Cultural politics, country styles, and social class in Norway. Paper at the 32nd annual International Country Music Conference. Belmont University, Nashville, TN, USA, 21.-23.05.2015.

Hara, M. (2015). Pathways of musicians with an immigrant background in Norway. Paper at MUSICULT '15 Locality & Universality. Turkish Music State Conservatory, Istanbul, Turkey, 07.-08.05.2015.

Vestby, S. (2015). Corpse paint and cowboy carnivores (sic): The parallel emergence of a Norwegian black metal gentry and homegrown hillbilly hipsters. Paper at the 2015 EMP Pop Conference Get ur freak on: Music, weirdness, and transgression. EMP Museum, Seattle, WA, USA, 16.-19.04.2015. Abstract published in Conference Proceedings.

Nielsen, S. G., Karlsen, S., Dyndahl, P., & Skårberg, O. (2015). Musical gentrification and the academicisation of popular music in Norwegian higher music education. Paper at the Ninth International Research in Music Education Conference. University of Exeter, UK, 14.-18.04.2015.

Hara, M. (2015). Complex cultural diversity: The roles of music. Invited talk at the Graduate School of Human Development and Environment. Kobe University, Japan, 13.04.2015.

Dyndahl, P. (2015). Paradoxes of activism in music education. Keynote at the 19th conference of Nordic Network for Research in Music Education. Sibelius Academy, Helsinki Arts University, Helsinki, Finland, 03.-05.03.2015.

Karlsen, S., Nielsen, S., Dyndahl, P. & Skårberg, O. (2015). Musical gentrification and the academicisation of Norwegian conservatoires: From univores to omnivores – or not? Paper at the Reflective Conservatoire Conference 2015. Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London, UK, 26.-01.03.2015.

Vestby, S. & Skårberg, O. S. (2014). Musical gentrification of popular music in Norway. Paper at the IASPM – International Association for the Study of Popular Music – Nordic Conference Making music – producing sound: the Nordic angle. University of Oslo, Norway, 03.-04.12.2014. Abstract published in Conference Proceedings.

Dyndahl, P., Karlsen, S., Nielsen, S. G. & Skårberg, O. S. (2014). Academization, institutionalization and gentrification of popular music in Norwegian higher music education – Key concepts and preliminary results. Paper at the opening conference of the Centre for Educational Research in Music – CERM – at the Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo, Norway, 26.-28.11.2014.

Nielsen, S. G., Dyndahl, P., Karlsen, S. & Skårberg, O. S. (2014). Musical gentrification of popular music in Norwegian higher music education: An outline of a theoretical framework. Paper at the AMPF – Arbeitskreits Musikpädagogische Forschung – conference Theoretische Rahmung und Theoriebildung in der musikpädagogischen Forschung. Landesmusikakademie Rheinland-Pfalz, Neuwied-Engers, Germany, 10.-12.10.2014.

Vestby, S. (2014). Country music and social change: An interdisciplinary study of musical gentrification, cultural identity and social mobility in a festival context. Paper at the Nordic Network for Research in Music Education, PhD conference. The Royal College of Music, Stockholm, Sweden, 22.-23.04.2014. Abstract published in Conference Proceedings.

Dyndahl, P. (2014). Mangfold, inkludering og ekskludering. Keynote ved Nettverk for kulturskolerelatert forsknings tredje konferanse. Norges Musikkhøgskole, Oslo, Norge, 13.-14.02.2014.

Dyndahl, P., Karlsen, S., Nielsen, S. G. & Skårberg, O. S. (2013). Musical gentrification and the changing sociology of music education. Joint keynote at the 8th International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education. Hedmark University College, Hamar, Norway, 16.-19.06.2013.

Dyndahl, P., Karlsen, S., Nielsen, S. G., Skårberg, O. S. & Trulsson, Y. H. (2013). Musical gentrification and socio-cultural diversities. Symposium at the conference Music education research in relation to artistic research. Nordic Network for Research in Music Education. Bergen University College, Bergen, Norway, 27.-01.03.2013. Abstract published in Conference Proceedings.

Popular dissemination

Vestby, S. (2017, 26. juli). Klasseforskjellene i norsk country [The class differences in Norwegian country music] (Intervju). NRK P2 - Studio 2.

Vestby, S. (2017, 3. juli). Hva skjer når en countryfestival får statsstøtte? [What happens when a country festival gets state funding] (Intervju). Ballade.no.

Vestby, S. (2017, 24. juni). Splittet av eliten [Divided by the elite] (Intervju). Klassekampen.

Vestby, S. (2017, 20. juni). Slik endrer kultureliten countryfestivaler [On how the cultural elite changes country music festivals] (Intervju). Forskning.no.

Vestby, S. (2017, 15. mai). Stian har tatt doktorgrad om countryen på Breim [Stian has done his doctoral work on Breim's country festival] (Intervju). Firda.

Vestby, S. (2017, 3. februar). By og land, band mot band [City and country, band vs band] (Intervju). Morgenbladet.

Askerøi, E., Flaaseth, B., Græsberg, R., Skårberg, O. & Vestby, S. Grenseløs twang: Tre artister fra Hedmark, tre måter å gjøre country på [Borderless twang: Three artists from Hedmark, three ways of doing country music]. Arrangement på Gregers i Hamar, støttet av Norges Forskningsråd under Forskningsdagene, Høgskolen i Hedmark, 24.09.2016.

Vestby, S. (2016, 12. september). Hardcore country og musikalske monstre [Hardcore country and musical monsters] (Kronikk). Dagsavisen - Nye Meninger.

Vestby, S. (2016, 6. september). Country har blitt mer stuerent [Country music has become more accepted] (Intervju). Forskningsdagene.no.

Vestby, S. (2015, 21. oktober). Widvey snakker ikke om populærmusikk [Widvey does not talk about popular music] (Kronikk). Dagsavisen.

Vestby, S. (2015, 6. juli). Norwegian country music and the value of musical and scholarly exchange (Essay). Director’s Blog, Center for Popular Music, Middle Tennessee State University.

Vestby, S. (2015, 23. mars). Møkkamusikk i beste sendetid [Shitty music in prime time] (Kronikk). Verdens Gang.

Dyndahl, P., Jenshus, I., Johansen, L., Meisingset, K., Møllersen, B. M. B. & Vestby, S. (2014). Hipp eller harry? Kulturkrig og klassekamp på nye arenaer [Hip or redneck? Culture war and class struggle in new arenas]. Arrangement på Gregers i Hamar, støttet av Norges Forskningsråd under Forskningsdagene, Høgskolen i Hedmark, 26.09.2014.

Dyndahl, P. (2014, 24. september). Hipp eller harry? [Hip or redneck?] (Intervju). Forskningsdagene.no/Hihm.no.

Vestby, S. & Dyndahl, P. (2014, 22. september). Køntrikoden [The country music code] (Kronikk). Hamar Arbeiderblad.

Vestby, S. (2013, 14. oktober). Wongraven wants you! (Kronikk). Aftenposten.

Media

Stian Vestby disputerte (11.05.2017)

Tek doktorgrad på country (10.05.2017, Firda Tidend)

Disputerer på kultur og musikk i countrysjangeren (25.04.2017)

Nye countryhelter melder seg - og inntar storbyen (17.01.2017, NTB)

Med country på timeplanen (24.09.2016, Hamar Arbeiderblad)

Grenseløs twang (24.09.2016)

Hipp eller harry? (26.09.2014)

Konferanse bærer frukter (08.04.2014)

Høgskolen inviterer til internasjonalt symposium for musikkforskere (11.02.2013)

Vant konkurranse om frie forskningsmidler fra Norges forskningsråd (18.01.2013)

Musikkforskere i særklasse (14.12.2012)

Fri prosjektstøtte: 72 millioner fordelt til prosjekter innenfor humaniora fra 2013 (12.12.2012)

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