Begins at 1:30PM, Tuesday, June 3, 2014 in Undervisningrom 2, Universitetsbiblioteket
Professor Hawkins compiling pathbreaking research from leading international scholars.
International conference honoring Simon Frith
Recent article explores what happens to pop when put "on display" in museums and archives.
Project members to present analysis to the Royal Musical Association at the RMA's 2014 conference in Leeds!
New book in Routledge Studies in Popular Music: Lady Gaga & Popular Music: Performing Gender, Fashion, and Culture
With Ola K. Berge, Johansson's new article explores both legal and symbolic ownership in Nordic folk music.
Exciting new article entitled "The Gendered Fiddle: On the Relationship Between Expressive Coding and Artistic Identity in Norwegian Folk Music"
Hawkins and Jennex to participate in research seminar on musical mediation at City University London
Hawkins & Jennex head to University of Agder to present recent work on popular music, gender, sexuality, race and agency.
Prof. Stan Hawkins and Mats Johansson to present at University of Turku's Queer Sounds and Spaces Symposium
New text from Oxford features leading scholars from many fields and takes up rapidly changing mediascapes.
Norway's national museum of pop and rock music, Rockheim, is launching a new exhibion and a book release about gender and music. Phd students Sandve and Ålvik contribute.
Professor Stan Hawkins and phd student Birgitte Sandve are both participating at the conference Popular Music and the Nordic Region in Global Dynamics.
Professor Stan Hawkins talks about the meaning of the song Some Die Young post 22.7
Professor Stan Hawkins is the editor of a newly published book on critical musicology in honor of Derek B. Scott.
Stan Hawkins has reviewed the publication Composing Apartheid: Music For and Against Apartheid, edited by Grant Olwage.
Stan Hawkins, Birgitte Sandve and Karl-Magnus Bjorøy has been invited by London University to guest lecture about popular music, gender and terror in a transcultural perspective.
Stan Hawkins and Sarah Niblock has been invited to discuss Prince and their recent book about the artist
Stan Hawkins is editor on one of the eight volumes in the Ashgate series 'The Library of Essays on Popular Music'.
Sarah Niblock (Brunel University) and Stan Hawkins' book on Prince, 'Prince: The Making of a Pop Music Phenomenon', has been published.
The research project 'Popular Music and Gender in a Transcultural Context' is hosting a two- day Nordic Seminar on the 24th and 25th of October.