Current research projects
At the Department of Musicology, scholars conduct research projects that are both externally funded and projects that are funded by the Faculty of Arts. For projects funded by the faculty, see links further down this page. Below are links to short descriptions of our current externally funded research projects:
- Meghan Quinlan: "Musica Mapped and Unmapped": Medieval Music in and of its Environment"
- Meghan Quinlan: "Political Song in the Age of Saint Louis"
- Mattias Lundberg et al.: "SweLiMuS (Swedish Liturgical Music Sources): An online portal for liturgical music manuscripts in Sweden c.1520-c.1820"
- Lars Berglund et al.: "Translatio musicae: French and Italian Music in Northern Europe, c. 1650-1730"
- Anne Reese Willén: "Canon and Concert Life: Formation Processes within the Musical Life of Stockholm 1848-1914"
- Lars Berglund & Maria Schildt: "Music at Court and University During Sweden’s Age of Liberty (1718-1772): a digitization and database project"
- Lars Berglund et al.: "Church Music in Sweden from the Middle Ages to Present Day"
- Mikhail Lopatin: "Sound, image and body: Multisensual relations in late Medieval song"
- Christine Dysers: "The Loop generation: Practice, aesthetics and philosophy of repetition in contemporary composition"
- Marianne Gillion: "Resounding Worship: Networks of Musical Devotion in the European Reformations, 1520-1648"
- Mattias Lundberg: "Cultural and Social Reverberations of the Music of a Lutheran State Church within and without its Contexts"
- Jonas Lundblad: "Performing rhythm of life - interpretation of time in Olivier Messiaen's organ works"
- Ester Lebedinski: "The Culture of Music Collecting in 17th and 18th-Century England"
- Guy Dammann: Project presentations
- Maria Schildt & Lars Berglund: "The Royal Swedish court's collection of French music 1690-1726"
- Lars Berglund et al.: "Musical-Cultural Exchange in Early-Modern Europe, ca. 1550-1750"