Publications in the project

The main publications in the project has been these:

Berge, O. K. (2017). Look to Norway™. Current Norwegian foreign cultural policy. PhD-dissertation, University of South-Eastern Norway.

Berge, O. K. (2018). Mot eit eksplisitt og sjølvbevisst kulturdiplomati. Internasjonal Politikk, 76(3), 217-234.

Berge, O. K. (2019). Norsk utenrikskulturell virksomhet i endring. Nordisk kulturpolitisk tidsskrift, 22(01), 154-173.

Bjurström, E. (2018). Svenska Rikskonserter och kulturpolitikens estetik. Nordisk kulturpolitisk tidsskrift, 21(01), 73-93.

Bjørnsen, E., & Woddis, J. (2018). Music in our lives: Using the concept of “Bildung” to understand the role of music education policy in England. Research Studies in Music Education, DOI: 1321103X19841918.

Nilsen, A. C. E., & Hylland, O. M. (2018). A Bildung perspective on the Norwegian arts education model. Nordisk kulturpolitisk tidsskrift, 21(01), 25-47.

Hylland, O. M. (2019). Omnivorous Cultural Policy: The Case of Concerts Norway. The Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society, 49(1), 61-73.

Hylland, O. M., & Stavrum, H. (2018). Musikalsk nasjonsbygging. Ekspansjon og  grenseforhandlinger i Norsk kulturråds musikkpolitikk 1965–2015. Tidsskrift for kulturforskning, (1), 55-71.

Hylland, O. M., & Bjurström, E. (Eds.). (2018). Aesthetics and Politics: A Nordic Perspective on How Cultural Policy Negotiates the Agency of Music and Arts. Palgrave.

End seminar

The project invited to an end seminar on the 22nd of November 2017 to discuss some of the fundamental issues and results from the project. The seminar was organized as a combination of presentations and conversations between researchers in the project and stakeholders representing complementary perspectives. The seminar was held at Oslo National Academy of the Arts.

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The seminar opened up for interesting conversations, both between project researchers and invited commentators and with the audience, representing e.g. Arts Council Norway, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kulturtanken – Arts for Young Audiences Norway, The Ministry of Culture and Oslo National Academy of the Arts.

Woddis and Bjørnsen

Project researchers Jane Woddis and Egil Bjørnsen discussing English and Norwegian music education policy.