Stan Hawkins

Professor Emeritus
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Short biography

Stan Hawkins is a musicologist, researching within the field of popular music studies. He has a background in musicology, composition, and analysis, with a main emphasis on interdisciplinary research. He started the first popular music and recording courses at the Music Department, Salford University, Manchester in 1990, where he was Director of the Popular Music Research Unit from 1992-1995. He took up his current post in this department in 1995, establishing courses in popular music. Stan has long experience as a teacher, researcher, and editor, and has supervised over 20 doctoral students in popular music at Oslo University, Agder University, and the Norwegian Academy of Music, as well as international students. He has been series editor (with Professor Derek Scott and then Professor Lori Burns) for Routledge's Popular and Folk Music Series, which has included over 100 publications within popular music studies. In addition to leading various national and international projects, he has been guest researcher at City University London and Humboldt-Universität, Berlin. Research specialisms include gender, identity politics, critical musicology, and audiovisual research, with four international monographs, six edited collections, and numerous chapter contributions and articles. He has been leader of Nordic Sounds: Critical Music Research Group and has led a state funded project (2010-2014) Popular Music and Gender in a Transcultural Context, and was key member of the development team for the Centre of Excellence RITMO. In 2017 he was elected member of The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, and took early retirement in 2022.

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Education, Employment, and Residencies

  • Bachelor of Music (4 years), University of Natal, South Africa
  • Postgraduate/MA (2 years), State Academy of Music, Frankfurt, Germany
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Music Composition (3 years), University of York, England
  • Senior Lecturer, University of Salford, Manchester (1989-95)
  • Director of Popular Music Research Unit, University of Salford (1992-95)
  • Professor of Popular Music, University of Oslo (since 1995)
  • Guest residency (2002), City University, London
  • Guest residency (2012), Humboldt University, Germany
  • Adjunct professor, University of Agder, Norway (since 2006)

Areas of teaching and supervision

  • Popular Musicology
  • Music Analysis and Recording Aesthetics
  • Cultural Studies and Music Sociology
  • LGBTQ and Queer Studies
  • Music Analysis
  • Audiovisual Interpretation
  • Film and TV Theory

Current academic activities

Co-authored article with Zack Bresler on Björk:  https://‘A Swarm of Sound’ Audiovisual Immersion in Björk’s VR Video ‘Family’









Emneord: Populærmusikk, Musikkanalyse, Samfunn og musikk, Medier og musikk, Performativity


Selected Publications:

The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music and Gender (New York: Routledge, 2017) ISBN 9781472456830.

Queerness in Pop Music: Aesthetics, gender Norms, and Temporality (New York: Routledge, 2016) ISBN: 978-1-138-82087-6.

Critical Musicological Reflections (Farnham: Ashgate, 2012) ISBN 978-1-4094-2560-1

Prince: The Making of a Pop Music Phenomenon (Farnham: Ashgate, 2011) - co-authored with Sarah Niblock  ISBN 978-0-7546-68763

The British Pop Dandy: Masculinity, Popular Music and Culture (Farnham: Ashgate, 2009)  ISBN 978-0-7546-5858-0

Music, Space and Place: Popular Music and Cultural Identity S.Hawkins, A. Bennett & S. Whiteley (eds.) (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004)  ISBN 0-7546-3737-9

Settling the Pop Score: Pop texts and identity politics (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002)  ISBN 0-7546-0352-0

  • Bresler, Zack & Hawkins, Stan (2022). ‘A Swarm of Sound’: Audiovisual Immersion in Björk’s VR Video ‘Family’. Music, Sound, and the Moving Image. ISSN 1753-0768. 16(1), s. 29–52. doi: 10.3828/msmi.2022.2.
  • Hawkins, Stan & Nielsen, Nina (2020). Gaahl—Monster or Postmodern Prometheus? Masculinity, Class, and Norwegian Black Metal. I Peddie, Ian (Red.), The Bloomsbury Handbook of Popular Music and Social Class. Bloomsbury Academic. ISSN 978-1-5013-4536-4. s. 185–204. doi: 10.5040/
  • Hawkins, Stan (2020). Personas in Rock: "We Will, We Will Rock You". I Moore, Allan & Carr, Paul (Red.), The Bloomsbury Handbook of Rock Music Research. Bloomsbury Academic. ISSN 978-1-5013-3045-2. s. 239–254.
  • Danielsen, Anne & Hawkins, Stan (2020). The Quest of Princian Research. Popular music and society. ISSN 0300-7766. 43(3), s. 231–236. doi: 10.1080/03007766.2020.1757811.
  • Danielsen, Anne & Hawkins, Edgar Stanley (2020). “The Right Amount of Odd”: Vocal Compulsion, Structure, and Groove in Two Love Songs from Around the World in a Day. Popular music and society. ISSN 0300-7766. 43(3). doi: 10.1080/03007766.2020.1757814. Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
  • Hawkins, Stan & Størvold, Tore (2019). Justin Timberlake's "Man of the Woods": Lumbersexuality, Nature, and Larking Around. I Hawkins, Stan & Burns, Lori A. (Red.), The Bloomsbury Handbook of Popular Music Video Analysis. Bloomsbury Academic. ISSN 978-1-5013-4233-2. s. 317–336. doi: 10.5040/
  • Hawkins, Stan & Ålvik, Jon Mikkel Broch (2018). A-ha's "Take on Me": Melody, Vocal Compulsion, and Retroscoping. I Scotto, Ciro; Smith, Kenneth M. & Brackett, John (Red.), The Routledge Companion to Popular Music Analysis: Expanding Approaches. Routledge. ISSN 9781138683112. s. 77–94.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2018). Introduction: David Bowie (1947-2016). Contemporary Music Review. ISSN 0749-4467. 37(3), s. 189–192. doi: 10.1080/07494467.2018.1507349.
  • Hansen, Kai Arne & Hawkins, Stan (2018). Azealia Banks: 'Chasing Time', erotics, and body politics. Popular Music. ISSN 0261-1430. 37(2), s. 157–174. doi: 10.1017/S0261143018000053.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2018). Performative Strategies and Musical Markers in the Eurythmics’ Album Savage. I Burns, Lori & Lacasse, Serge (Red.), The Pop Palimpsest: Intertextuality in Recxorded Popular Music. University of Michigan Press. ISSN 978-0-472-13067-2. s. 252–272.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2017). Masculinity, Race, and Transculturalism in a Norwegian Context. I Holt, Fabian & Kärje, Antti-Ville (Red.), The Oxford Handbook of Popular Music in the Nordic Countries. Oxford University Press. ISSN 9780190603908. s. 295–310. doi: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190603908.013.16.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2017). Introduction chapters: Part1: Masculinities, femininities, community and transcultural practice Part 2: Audiovisuality, sex(uality), women, and the politics of looking Part 3: Vernacular soundworlds, narratives and stardom Part 4: Gender, race, and the female celebrity Part 5: Challenging hegemonic practices: new masculinities, queerness, and transgenderism. I Hawkins, Stan (Red.), The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music and Gender. Routledge. ISSN 9781472456830.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2017). Introduction: Sensing gender in popular music, The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music and Gender. Routledge. ISSN 9781472456830. s. 1–12.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2017). The Sun, the Moon and Stars: Prince Roger Nelson, 1958-2016. Popular music and society. ISSN 0300-7766. 40(1), s. 124–128. doi: 10.1080/03007766.2016.1245482.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2016). 'Remembering Sheila Whiteley'. Popular Music. ISSN 0261-1430. 35(1), s. 118–121. doi: 10.1017/S0261143015000847.
  • Bjorøy, Karl-Magnus & Hawkins, Stan (2014). "When Light turns into darkness:" Inscriptions of music and terror in Oslo 22 July 2011. I Knudsen, Jan Sverre; Skånland, Marie Strand & Trondalen, Gro (Red.), Musikk etter 22. juli. Norges musikkhøgskole. ISSN 1893-3580. s. 139–162.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2014). 'I'll Bring You Down, Down, Down': Lady Gaga's Performance in 'Judas'. I Iddon, Martin & Marshall, Melanie L. (Red.), Lady Gaga and Popular Music: Performing Gender, Fashion, and Culture. Routledge. ISSN 978-0-415-82452-1. s. 9–26.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2013). 'Aesthetics and Hyperembodiment in Pop Videos: Rihanna's "Umbrella". I Richardson, John; Gorbman, Claudia & Vernallis, Carol (Red.), The Oxford Handbook of New Audiovisual Aesthetics. Oxford University Press. ISSN 978-0-19-973386-6. s. 466–482.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2012). You rocked our world, Michael: your moves, your look, your music, everything! Popular music and society. ISSN 0300-7766. 35(2), s. 145–149. doi: 10.1080/03007766.2011.616295.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2012). Great, Scott! I Hawkins, Stan (Red.), Critical Musicological Reflections: Essays in Honour of Derek B. Scott. Ashgate. ISSN 978-1-4094-2560-1.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2011). Essay Review: Composing Apartheid: Music for and against Apartheid (ed. G. Olwage). Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa. ISSN 1812-1004. 8, s. 117–120.
  • Hawkins, Stan & Richardson, John (2011). 'Remodeling Britney Spears: Matters of Intoxication and Mediation'. I Hawkins, Stan (Red.), Pop Music and Easy Listening: The Library of Essays on Popular Music. Ashgate. ISSN 9780754629528. s. 57–81. doi: 10.4324/9781315089669-4.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2010). Unsettling Differences: Music and Laddism in Britpop. I Bennett, Andy & Stratton, Jon (Red.), Britpop and the English Music Tradition. Ashgate. ISSN 978075466805-3. s. 145–162.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2009). 'Chelsea Rodgers' was a model - Vocality in Prince of the Twenty-first Century. I Scott, Derek (Red.), The Ashgate Research Companion to Popular Musicology. Ashgate. ISSN 978-0754664765.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2008). Temporal Turntables: On Temporality and Corporeality in Dance Music. I Baur, S.; Knapp, R. & Warwick, J. (Red.), Musicological Identities: Essays in Honour of Susan McClary. Ashgate. ISSN 9780754663027.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2007). Introduction. I Hawkins, Stan & Richardson, John (Red.), Essays on Sound and Vision. Helsinki University Press (HUP). ISSN 978-951-570-726-0. s. 13–23.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2007). Aphex Twin: monstrous hermaphrodites, madness and the strain of independent dance music. I Hawkins, Stan & Richardson, John (Red.), Essays on Sound and Vision. Helsinki University Press (HUP). ISSN 978-951-570-726-0. s. 27–53.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2007). Those Norwegians: Deconstructing the Nation-State in Europe through Fixity and Indifference in Norwegian Club Music. I Biddle, Ian & Knights, Vanessa (Red.), Music, National Identity and the Politics of Location: Between the Global and the Local. Ashgate. ISSN 978-0-7546-4055-4. s. 179–189.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2007). [Un]Justified: Gestures of Straight-Talk in Justin Timberlake's Songs. I Jarman-Ivens, Freya (Red.), Oh Boy! Masculinities and Popular Music. Routledge. ISSN 0415978211. s. 197–212.
  • Hawkins, Stan & Richardson, John (2007). 'Remodeling Britney Spears: Matters of Intoxication and Mediation'. Popular music and society. ISSN 0300-7766. 30(5), s. 605–629.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2006). On Male Queering in Mainstream Pop. I Whiteley et al, Sheila (Red.), Queering the Popular Pitch. Routledge. ISSN 0-415-97805-X. s. 279–294.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2006). Normalitet og musikk i norsk reklame i 2006. I Eriksen, Thomas Hylland & Breivik, Jan-Kåre (Red.), Normalitet. Universitetsforlaget. ISSN 82-15-01062-8. s. 253–274.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2005). Overskridende maskulinitet i popmusikken. Arr - Idéhistorisk tidsskrift. ISSN 0802-7005. s. 55–67.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2004). On performativity and production in Madonna's 'Music'. I Hawkins, Stan (Red.), Music, Space and Place: Popular Music and Cultural Identity. Ashgate. ISSN 0-7546-3737-9. s. 180–190.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2004). Dragging out camp: narrative agendas in Madonna's musical production. I Fouz-Hernández, Santiago & Jarmen-Ivens, Freya (Red.), Madonna's Drowned Worlds: New Approaches to her Cultural Transformations, 1983-2003. Ashgate. ISSN 0-7546-3371-3. s. 3–21.
  • Hawkins, Stan; Whiteley, Sheila & Bennett, Andy (2004). Introduction: Musical production and the Politics of Desire. I Hawkins, Stan (Red.), Music, Space and Place: Popular Music and Cultural Identity. Ashgate. ISSN 0-7546-3737-9. s. 16–22.
  • Hawkins, Edgar Stanley (2002). Review article: Women and Popular Music: Sexuality, Identity and Subjectivity by Sheila Whiteley (New York: Routledge 2000). Notes. ISSN 0027-4380. s. 815–817.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2002). Erlkönig revisited - musical modelling, appropriation, and reconfiguration in Norways Wunderkammer. Studia Musicologica Norvegica. ISSN 0332-5024. 28, s. 63–81.

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  • Hawkins, Stan & Burns, Lori A. (2019). The Bloomsbury Handbook of Popular Music Video Analysis. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 978-1-5013-4233-2. 445 s.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2017). The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music and Gender. Routledge. ISBN 9781472456830. 382 s.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2017). The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music and Gender. Routledge. ISBN 9781472456830. 382 s.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2016). Queerness in Pop Music: Aesthetics, Gender Norms, and Temporality. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-82087-6. 243 s.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2012). Critical Musicological Reflections: Essays in Honour of Derek B. Scott. Ashgate. ISBN 978-1-4094-2560-1. 257 s.
  • Hawkins, Stan & Niblock, Sarah (2011). Prince: The Making of a Pop Music Phenomenon. Ashgate. ISBN 978-0-7546-6876-3. 195 s.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2011). Pop Music and Easy Listening: The Library of Essays on Popular Music. Ashgate. ISBN 9780754629528. 523 s.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2009). The British pop dandy : masculinity, popular music and culture. Ashgate. ISBN 978-0-7546-5858-0. 222 s.
  • Hawkins, Stan & Richardson, John (2007). Essays on Sound and Vision. Helsinki University Press (HUP). ISBN 978-951-570-726-0. 452 s.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2004). Music, Space and Place: Popular Music and Cultural Identity. Ashgate. ISBN 0-7546-3737-9. 224 s.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2003). Feel the beat come down: house music as rhetoric. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 052177120X. 270 s.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2002). Commissioned articles on popular music. Gadsforlag. 15 s.
  • Hawkins, Edgar Stanley (2002). Settling the Pop Score: Pop texts and identity politics. Ashgate. ISBN 0-7546-0352-0. 220 s.

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  • Hawkins, Stan (2021). Popular Music Books in Process Series - "In Concert: Performing Musical Persona" with Phil Auslander and Stan Hawkins.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2020). Approaching queerness in popular music.
  • Hawkins, Stan & Stuen, Eivend Augst Westad (2020). Stan Hawkins: Fra samtidskomponist til popforsker. [Avis]. KILDEN.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2020). Keynote address: On a Journey to the End of Playfulness: Queerness and Music.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2020). "Made in Ireland" book launch - keynote address.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2020). Keynote IASPM Conference: Staging the Spectacle: The Dandyist Theatrics of Jacques Dutronc.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2020). Maskulinitet er i endring i norsk black metal. [Avis]. KILDEN.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2020). Keynote Paper: Dandified Personas in Pop Music.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2019). Black Poesis III: What Makes a Hiphop Classic? Panel debate.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2019). Introduction: Nordic Study Day.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2019). Rock Personas and Issues of Vocality.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2018). Nordic Utopias and the Project of Daydreaming.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2018). Institutionalizing Cosmopolitanism and White Masculinity: Dandyism in Popular Music.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2018). Countless Ways to Study and Research Into Pop Music. I Kitts, Thomas (Red.), Celebrity for the Curious: Why Study Celebrity, Music, and Film Studies?. Curious Academic Publishing. ISSN 978-1-925128-59-8.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2017). The Routledge Companion to Popular Music and Gender.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2017). Nordic Popular Music Today.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2017). Dance Music Research Today.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2017). Ny bølge med protest musikk under Trump ((interview by Matunda Bigirimana) [Internett]. NRK Kultur og Underholdning .
  • Hawkins, Stan (2016). Introduction at book launch: Peter Edward's book launch: György Ligeti's Le Grand Macabre: Postmodernism, Musico-Dramatic Form and the Grotesque.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2016). Moderator at Book launch: 'Digital Signatures'.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2016). Moderator: Prince seminar with Susan Rogers, Prince Charles Alexander, Sarah Niblock and Anne Danielsen.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2016). 'Popikonet Anohni vil få folk til å handle'. [Internett].
  • Hawkins, Stan (2016). Jente eller gutt?Kjønn og seksualitet gjorde Prince til en superstjerne. [Avis]. Aftenposten (Journalist: Joacim Lund).
  • Hawkins, Stan (2016). Opening Keynote address A Very Queer Construct: The Pet Shop Boys in Retrospect.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2016). Keynote Address: New trends in Hip Hop.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2016). Book Launch: 'Queerness in Pop' (New York: Routledge) with guest response by Dr Freya Jarman (University of Liverpool, UK).
  • Hawkins, Stan (2016). Hip Hop vert skeiva. [Avis]. Universitas - Forskerintervju med Runer B. Mæland.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2016). Masculinity and Gender Norms in Popular Music.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2016). Moderator: Book launch of 'Tranformations of Musical Modernism', eds. E.E.Guldbrandsen and Julian Johnson.
  • Hawkins, Stan & Lund, Joacim (2016). Bowie går nye veier – igjen. [Avis]. Aftenposten.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2015). Gender Production in Azealia Banks' 'Chasing Time'.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2015). Clues to Efficiency in PhD Supervision (with presentations by Professors Georgina Born and Øivind Varkøy) and organised by PhD leader, Nanette Nielsen.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2015). New methods and theories in Popular Music Research.
  • Hawkins, Stan; Zeiner-Henriksen, Hans T. & Danielsen, Anne (2015). Record Production in the Internet Age. Journal on the Art of Record Production. ISSN 1754-9892.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2014). Moderator at Panel on Popular Music and Transculturalism, with introduction to the field.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2014). Gender Performativity and Agency in Popular Music.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2014). Popular Music & Gender in a Transcultural Context.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2014). Finding results in Research project.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2014). Fakta biter ikke på ekte menn! Intervju med Joacim Lund om kjønn og musikk. [Avis]. Aftenposten.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2014). Popmusikk på utstilling. [Tidsskrift]. Ballade (intervjuet av Linn Carin Dirdal).
  • Hawkins, Stan (2013). Michael Jackson: grasping the spectacle. Edited by Christopher R. Smit. Farnham and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2012. 243 pp. ISBN 978-1-4094-4696-5. Popular Music. ISSN 0261-1430. 32(3), s. 521–523. doi: 10.1017/S0261143013000354.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2013). 'Queer Pop's Compulsion': 'Love is a Bourgeois Construct'.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2013). Hyperembodiment and Aesthetics in Pop Videos.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2013). Review: Michael Jackson: Grasping the Spectacle, ed. Christopher Smit. Popular Music. ISSN 0261-1430. 32(03), s. 521–523.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2013). Typisk norsk musikk. [Avis]. Morgenbladet.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2013). Norsk popmusikk er ikke typisk norsk. [Internett].
  • Hawkins, Stan (2013). Music in a Transcultural Space: Inscriptions of Representation through Performance.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2012). 'Lady Gaga - født sånn'. [Internett]. NRK ytring.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2012). Keynote address: 'Terror, Masculinity, and Music: Implications for the Nordic Identity'.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2012). Transcultural Intertextuality in a Norwegian Space and Place.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2012). 'An Altered State: Terror, Music and War Games'.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2012). On Critical Musicological Reflections.
  • Hawkins, Stan & Niblock, Sarah (2012). WDR 3 Deutschland Aftershow: Das Prinzip Prince Redaktion: Markus Heuger.
  • Johansson, Mats & Hawkins, Stan (2012). Transcultural intertextuality in a Norwegian space and place.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2011). Music, Masculinity and Terrorism in Norway.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2011). Spoof and Hyperembodiment in Pop Videos.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2011). Localizing the Transcultural.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2011). Gender and Popular Music.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2011). ‘You Have Killed Me’ – Tropes of Hyperbole and Sentimentality in Morrissey’s Musical Expression. I Devereux, Eoin; Dillane, Aileen & Power, Martin (Red.), Morrissey : fandom, representations and identities. Intellect Ltd.. ISSN 978-1-84150-596-1. s. 307–323.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2010). Intervju om Prince. [Radio]. NRK P2 Musikkredaksjon.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2010). "Prince Vilikke". [Avis]. Aftenposten.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2010). Intervju om internasjonal monografi, The British Pop Dandy. [Radio]. West Deutsch Rundfunk (WDR 3).
  • Hawkins, Stan (2010). 'Third Time Very Lucky!' "Take On Me" made the video star.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2009). Morrissey. [Radio]. NRK P2.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2009). Intervju om Stan Hawkins' ny bok. [Radio]. NRK P2 - Musikk Redaksjon (med Linn Bølstad).
  • Hawkins, Stan (2009). Parodisk og politisk pop (journalist: Kristin Engh Førde). [Internett]. Kilden: Informasjonssenter for kjønnsforskning (Kristin Engh.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2009). Reviewing the Reviewers.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2009). 'You have Killed Me!' - Tropes of hyperbole and sentimentality in Morrissey's musical performance.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2008). Publishing in International Journals.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2008). Seminar: Music, Gender and Audio-visuality.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2008). Making Sense of the Recorded Voice.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2008). 'Beyond Seduction: The pop video, complicity and myth making'.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2008). Hvordan jeg til syvende og sist fant fram på Blindern.
  • Dybo, Tor & Hawkins, Edgar Stanley (2007). Møte i stipendiatnettverk innen populærmusikkforskning.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2007). Britpop: Manic Lads and Blurred Lashings.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2007). 'Unsettling difference: music and identity in Britpop'.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2006). Leder. Studia Musicologica Norvegica. ISSN 0332-5024. 32, s. 3–6.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2006). THINKING ALLOWED - Radio 4. [Radio]. BBC London.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2006). 'Common People': on the subject of social class and performativity in nation building.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2006). On Musical Performativity in Norwegian Advertising.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2005). Leder. Studia Musicologica Norvegica. ISSN 0332-5024. 31, s. 3–6.
  • Hawkins, Stan & Knudsen, Jan Sverre (2005). Glatte gater - musikkproduksjon i et urbant ungdomsmiljø.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2005). Issues in Music Video Analysis - keynote address.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2005). Dance through temporal mediation.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2005). "Mentasm" � Tracking Beltram's Production and the Aesthetics of the Mix.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2005). Aphex Twin collides with Justin Timberlake: Spectacular Bodies in Music Videos.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2004). Leder. Studia Musicologica Norvegica. ISSN 0332-5024. 30, s. 3–7.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2004). Invited panel member in discussion on keynote address by Keynote speaker: CARL SCHACHTER (USA) on "The Scherzo of Schubert's Piano Sonata in B flat, D. 960: Analysis and Performance.".
  • Hawkins, Stan (2004). Popular Music Analysis and New Perspectives.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2004). Bonds and Boundaries within musical activity in Norway.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2004). Contagious genealogies in "Moulin Rouge" - joint presentation with Erik Steinskog.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2003). Nineteen commissioned articles. I Shepherd, John (Red.), Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World. Volume II: Performance and Production. Continuum. ISSN 0-8264-6322-3.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2003). Thirteen commissioned articles on popular music artists. I Freeland, David (Red.), Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Popular Musicians since 1990. Schirmer Reference. ISSN 0028657993.
  • Hawkins, Stan (2002). Intervju om engelskgruppe Super-Collider. [Radio]. Oslo NRK : P2 Radio - Popfront (Eystein Sandvik).
  • Hawkins, Stan (2002). Intervju om Robbie Williams. [Radio]. NRK Oslo : P2 Radio Popfront (Elisabet Davidsen).
  • Hawkins, Stan (2002). En kveld viet Björk! [TV]. OSLO : NRK 2 - Hovedscene (Arild Erikstad).
  • Hawkins, Edgar Stanley (2002). Matters of Popular Music Analysis and Gender Theory.
  • Bresler, Zack; Hawkins, Stan & Aareskjold-Drecker, Jon Marius (2022). Immersed in Pop! Excursions into Compositional Design. University of Agder. ISSN 978-82-8427-061-6.
  • Askerøi, Eirik & Hawkins, Stan (2005). Man/Machine: Mot en åpning av soundbegrepet. Universitetet i Oslo.

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Publisert 16. nov. 2017 09:10 - Sist endret 23. juli 2022 08:15