Sunniva Skjøstad Hovde

Sunniva Skjøstad Hovde
Norwegian University of Science and Technology | NTNU · Department of Teacher Education

PhD in Ethnomusicology

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Introduction
Sunniva Skjøstad Hovde currently works as associate professor in Music at the Department of Teacher Training, Arts, PE and Sports at NTNU. Hovde does research in Music (education), Arts (education), learning, marginalization, traditional music and global processes. Her current projects are "Malawian Performative Arts - collecting Folk Songs" with Robert Chanunkha and Ezaius Mkandawire.

Publications

Publications (6)
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This article focuses on how staff in musical teacher education institutions experience and perceive the terms multiculturality, diversity, whiteness and white privilege, and how this might contribute to excluding structures. The author suggests through a post-qualitative rhizomatic analysis some ways through which excluding structures might be main...
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Dance pedagogies globally are theoretically and often practically based on Western pedagogies. It appears that dance pedagogies deriving from African perspectives have had little visibility in African institutions and in institutions elsewhere. This article outlines some of the pedagogical dance practices and philosophies in Malawi, Southern Africa...
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Analyzing global complexity demands for a sensitive perspective on power and hierarchies. This article is an inquiry on how post-human theories can contribute to analytical methodological tools with the aim of emphasizing nuances, differences and marginalized local, national and global strings of musical affiliation.
Thesis
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The thesis is an artografic inquiry investiating how young marginalized people at a secondary school in Norway express their musical belongings through musical practices locally, nationally and globally.

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Projects (3)
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The objectives of the project are to provide more knowledge on how migration and cultural/artistic differenceness are experienced, performed and perceived.
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To contribute to the articulation and literature on performative traditional arts in Malawi in a local/modern/traditional community
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A project at 3 kindergartens in Norway where we use music to create better environment and structures for language learning. The project is initiated because many of the poly-lingual children are struggling with norwegian language both in kindergarten and at school. An article is under construction and will be part of an anthology in 2018.