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Jonas Ålander

Title: Project Manager School/office: School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences

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Jonas Ålander
Research subject Research environments

About Jonas Ålander

Jonas Ålander is a PhD candidate in musicology with a focus on music and migration. His doctoral dissertation explores how culturally diverse music practices in Sweden develops and persists. In the dissertation, music practices are studied from organizers, artists and mainstream media perspectives. 

Jonas supervises students’ essays and teaches musicology and music education.

 

Publications

Articles in journals |  Conference papers | 

Articles in journals

Ålander, J. & Volgsten, U. (2021). Migrants, Swedes and the unchanging practice of music: discursive representations in Swedish newspapers. Svensk tidskrift för musikforskning, 103, 21-38.
Ålander, J. (2020). "It´s about togetherness": The creation of culturally diverse music venues in Sweden. Nätverket Kulturforskning i Uppsala, 22, 51-62.

Conference papers

Ålander, J. (2021). Med musiken som samlingspunkt: en studie om musik, migration och deltagandevillkor. Paper presented at Musiketnologi på gång: seminariedag om musiketnologi, Uppsala, 23 November.
Ålander, J. & Volgsten, U. (2021). Music and Migrants in Swedish Newspapers. Paper presented at Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Music and Minorities, Uppsala, Sweden, 25-29 October, 2021.
Ålander, J. (2019). Musik, migration och det politiska. Paper presented at Musik och migration i Norden, Stockholm, Sweden, April 4-5, 2019.
Ålander, J. (2018). On the Meaning of Music: Organizers Perspectives of Constructing Culturally Diverse Music Venues. Paper presented at 34th Nordic Ethnology and Folklore Conference, Uppsala, Sweden, June 12-15, 2018.
Ålander, J. & Georgii-Hemming, E. (2016). “The public foreigner” : Conceptualising migrant music research. In: BSA Annual Conference 2016. Paper presented at British Sociological Association 2016 Annual conference, Aston University, Birmingham, UK, April 6–8, 2016. BSA Publications Ltd.