PhD student in the Division of Musicology.
My research interests build on an interdisciplinary foundation including aesthetics, music historiography and media theory. In my dissertation I examine the ways we consume and listen to music through digital music archives, and I discuss how we construct histories of music in the process. Thus, my project opens a critical approach to what contemporary music historiography can be. The overarching aim of the project is to discuss how discourse and understanding of music history can/should relate itself to the meeting with music's contemporary digital being
I hold a BA in Musicology (2010), a MA in Modern Culture (2015), and a MA in Musicology (2016), all from the University of Copenhagen. In the Spring semester of 2014 I studied Modern Aesthetic Theory at the University of Oslo.
During the Spring term of 2020 I will be a visiting researcher at the Department of Cultural, Media and Visual Studies at the University of Nottingham.
Other tasks and qualifications
- Member of the Swedish Society for Music Research
- Member of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM-Norden)
- Board member - Tobias Norlindsamfundet (2019-)