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Solveig Korum of the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Agder has submitted her thesis entitled «Music in international development: The experience of Concerts Norway (2000 -2018)» and will defend the thesis for the PhD-degree Tuesday 29 June 2021.
The doctoral studies are funded by the Public Sector Ph.D. scheme at the Research Council of Norway (NFR), where NFR and Kulturtanken (a governmental office for art and culture aimed at children and youth) have funded 50/50 each.
The trial lecture and the public defence will take place online, via the Zoom conferencing app (link below)
Dean Marit Wergeland, faculty of Fine Arts, Universitety of Agder, will chair the disputation.
Given topic for trial lecture: «Hybridity, modernization, heritage? Discuss the ideologies involved in planning trans-national music events»
Thesis Title: «Music in international development: The experience of Concerts Norway (2000-2018»
Search for the thesis in AURA - Agder University Research Archive, a digital archive of scientific papers, theses and dissertations from the academic staff and students at the University of Agder.
Article I and III are cut off the thesis, because they are accepted, but not yet published. They will be put into the thesis when they are published.
A full copy can be obtained from the Faculty of Fine Arts before the disputation - contact Kai Steffen Østensen.
The Candidate: Solveig Korum (1984, Oslo) BA European Studies, University of Oslo/ Caen (2006), MA African Studies, University of Oslo/ Dakar (2007). Thesis title: “L’enseignant sénégalais face au programme d’histoire du second cycle: perception et pratiques en classe” (skrevet på fransk). Present position: Senior adviser R&D at Kulturtanken, Oslo.
First opponent: Professor Alf Arvidsson, Umeå University, Sweden
Second opponent: Researcher PhD Marika Nordström, Umeå University, Sweden
Professor Michael Rauhut, Department of Popular Music, University of Agder, is appointed as the administrator for the assessment commitee.
The disputation is open to the public, but to follow the trial lecture and the public defence, which is transmitted via the Zoom conferencing app, you have to register as an audience member:
A Zoom-link will be returned to you.
(Here are introductions for how to use Zoom: support.zoom.us if you cannot join by clicking on the link.)
We ask audience members to join the virtual trial lecture at 10:05 at the earliest and the public defense at 12:05 at the earliest. After these times, you can leave and rejoin the meeting at any time. Further, we ask audience members to turn off their microphone and camera and keep them turned off throughout the event. You do this at the bottom left of the image when in Zoom. We recommend you use ‘Speaker view’. You select that at the top right corner of the video window when in Zoom.
The chair invites members of the public to pose questions ex auditorio in the introduction to the public defense, with deadlines. It is a prerequisite that the opponent has read the thesis. Questions can be submitted to the chair Marit Wergeland on e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org