Research areas and keywords
UKÄ subject classification
- Cultural Studies
The Folklife Archives with the Scania Music Collections is an institution that continuously makes research preparatory documentations.
In april 2017 the archive published a questionnaire about music consumption. An article investigating the gathered material focusing on the usage of compact discs and vinyls is under production, and is due in autumn 2019.
In autumn 2015 the Scania Music Collections began an independent project regarding the music and life of the Berndtsson family (”Berndtarna”). The research method includes field work and collections. I have published two articles on the subject (2016 & 2018). Supportive recordings will be conducted in 2018 and 2019.
An earlier research project - “Nature for me” - was crowned with a book that came out in May 2014. I contributed two articles. The project was in collaboration with the Institute for Language and Folklore and the Nordic Museum. I was the contact person for the Folklife Archives and member of the group for alternative collection methods. The project's goal was to document people's different attitudes to nature. The background included discussions about UNESCO's call for the "Intangible Cultural Heritage".
Recent research outputs
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Book chapter
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review (Book/Film/Exhibition/etc.)