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Nadia Moberg

Title: Doctoral Student School/office: School of Music, Theatre and Art


Phone: +46 19 303631

Room: M3205

Nadia Moberg

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About Nadia Moberg

Nadia Moberg is a doctoral student in musicology. She is affiliated with the international research project Discourses of Academization and the Music Profession in Higher Music Education (DAPHME).

In her dissertation she will analyse how processes of academisation affect higher music education in Sweden. The research will be directed at music student’s perceptions about their education in relation to a life as a professional musician. This is a study that raises questions about musicianship and artistic practice in relation to research, about music's autonomy and relevance to society and about what role musicians play and what skills they should possess. 

Previously, Nadia has taken an interest in the way people talk about music, aiming at answering questions about how music is legitimized as a school subject and how young people talk about other people's music.

Nadia is also engaged in educational issues and has previously been active in student politics. She has, for example, been a board member of the Swedish National Union of Students (SFS) and the Swedish Council for Higher Education (UHR).


Articles in journals |  Chapters in books | 

Articles in journals

Georgii-Hemming, E. , Johansson, K. & Moberg, N. (2020). Reflection in Higher Music Education: What, Why, Wherefore?. Music Education Research.

Chapters in books

Moberg, N. & Georgii-Hemming, E. (2019). Musicianship: Discursive constructions of autonomy and independence within music performance programmes. In: Stefan Gies & Jon Helge Sætre, Becoming musicians: Student involvement and teacher collaboration in higher music education (pp. 67-88). Oslo: Norges musikkhøgskole.