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Thomas Richard Hilder

Postdoctoral fellow, Postdoctoral Fellow in Musicology
  • E-mailThomas.Hilder@uib.no
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  • Visitor Address
    Lars Hillesgt. 3
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7800
    5020 Bergen

Ethnomusiology

Popular music studies

Sámi music

Nordic music

Indigenous politics

Music, gender and sexuality

Music and digital media

Music and European memory cultures post-1989

Books
  • Hilder, Thomas Richard. 2015. Sámi Musical Performance and the Politics of Indigeneity in Northern Europe. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. 243 pages. ISBN: 978-0-8108-8895-1.
Journal articles
  • Hilder, Thomas Richard. 2017. Sámi Popular Music, Indigenous Feminism, Environment: Mari Boine as Grenzgängerin. Jahrbuch Musik und Gender.
  • Hilder, Thomas Richard. 2016. Roll over, Tchaikovsky! Russian popular music and post-Soviet homosexuality. Stephen Amico, Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 2014, xii + 316 pp., ISBN 978-0- 2520-3827-3. Ethnomusicology Forum.
  • Hilder, Thomas Richard. 2015. Christine Dettmann. 2012. Ein anderes Gesicht: Lokale brasilianische Musiker in Lissabon. Intercultural Music Studies, 16. Berlin: VWB—Verlag für Wissen- schaft und Bildung. 360pp. ISBN 978-3-86135-647-9 (pbk). Journal of World Popular Music. 2: 119-124.
  • Hilder, Thomas Richard. 2012. Soundscapes Rostock: An Ethnomusicological View of City Sound – Website Review. Yearbook for Traditional Music. 44: 233-234.
  • Hilder, Thomas Richard. 2012. Repatriation, Revival and Transmission: The Politics of a Sámi Musical Heritage. Ethnomusicology Forum. 21: 161-179.

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Book

2014. Sámi Musical Performance and the Politics of Indigeneity in Northern Europe. Lanham & London: Rowman and Littlefield.

 

Edited Volumes

Submitted for publication. (co-edited with Shzr Ee Tan and Henry Stobart). Music, Indigeneity, Digital Media. Rochester: University of Rochester Press.

In preparation. (co-edited with Ana Hofman). Music and Cultural Memory in Post-1989 Europe: Sounding Contested Past(s).

 

Journal Articles

2012. 'Repatriation, Revival and Transmission: The Politics of a Sámi Cultural Heritage'. Ethnomusicology Forum 21(2): 161-79.

2015. 'Sámi Popular Music, Indigenous Feminism, Environment: Mari Boine as Grenzgängerin'. Jahrbuch Musik und Gender 2015.

 

Book Chapters

Forthcoming. 'Sámi Popular Music, Performance Arenas, and the Politics of Indigeneity: Self-Determination, Transnationalism and Cosmopolitanism'. In Popular Music in the Nordic Countries: Music, Identity, and Social Change in the Early 21st Century, edited by F. Holt and A.-V. Kärjä. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

PhD, Royal Holloway, University of London (2011)

MMus in Advanced Musical Studies, Royal Holloway, University of London (2006)

BA in Music, University of Bristol (2003)