- 2019. Sound Embodiment Community: Some threads and themes.
- 2019. "I didn't think little old ladies wrote music like that" Gender and Ageing Against the Machine.
- 2018. “Darling, here is a song for you” Reimagining dementia, embodying care through creative arts practice. .
- 2018. Why Music Matters: Impact and the Value of the Arts.
- 2018. Sounding Matter/s: Embodied Practice as Research.
- 2018. Playing Like a Girl. Bodies, Music, Gender.
- 2018. On Listening and Loss.
- 2017. Between Bodies: Musical Practice Prosthesis and the Case of the Disabled Guitar.
- 2016. “Where´s the body? In Search of the Corporeal in Music Therapy”.
- 2016. “I Can´t Find Myself”: Understanding the experience of Dementia through Arts-based Research”,.
- 2016. Thoughts from a post humanist musicianist.
- 2016. Shared moments between bodies: Corporeality, Musicking and Music Therapy .
- 2016. Sex, Gender and the Musical Body.
- 2016. Reimagining Dementia Care through Arts-based Research.
- 2016. Conference Welcoming Speech and Concluding Summary (David Hebert, with GRS Director, Jill Halstead). Grieg Research School in Interdisciplinary Music Studies, Autumn Doctoral Course 2016: The study of musical materials: Technologies, Perception, Interpretation (November 22nd-25th, 2016, University of Bergen). Invited Keynotes: Alex Ruthmann, Nicola Dibben, Alexander Jensenius. Opponents: Tia DeNora, Even Ruud. Pre-Viva Voce: Tom Eide Osa; Final Viva Voce: Dr Anna Helle-Valle.
- 2016. Becoming Bodies: the Arts in/on medicine and care.
- 2015. Where´s the Body: In search of the bodily practice in and through musicking.
- 2015. The gendering of music: Exploring the performance of gender in popular music culture and music therapy.
- 2015. Re-imaging the experience of dementia through arts-based research: Some thoughts on the making of "I Can´t Find Myself.
- 2012. Disruptive Voices: singing, empowerment and the performance of gender in music therapy.
Socially Engaged Arts (SEA) 2017-2018. Funded by strategiske forskningsmidler KMD faculty, UIB.
This project aims to explore the meeting points and divergences of a range of art forms and practices which engage with social and political imperatives through collaborative, participatory and inclusive ways of working.
Shared Moments. 2017-2018
The quality of the relationship as outcome predictor in music therapy with children with autism spectrum disorder
Embodiment, Movement, Sound 2016-2019
New Monograph to be submitted to Music and Change: Ecological Perspectives book series published by Routledge.