Dan Lundberg

Dan Lundberg. Foto: Eric Hammarström.Chief Librarian/Head Archivist, Dan Lundberg is Associate professor in musicology at the Stockholm University and Åbo Akademi University. Lundberg’s main areas of research involve questions about music and identity, as well as Swedish and European folk music from an ethnomusicological perspective.

In 2001, Dan Lundberg was hired as archive director at Svenskt visarkiv at the then Statens musiksamlingar. Since 2011, the Svenskt visarkiv is a part of Statens musikverk, and since 2013 a part of Statens musikverks arkiv- och biblioteksenhet (Archive and Music Library department) with Lundberg in the combined role of Chief Librarian and Archive director.

From 2004–2007, Lundberg was an adjunct professor in Music and Cultural Diversity at the University of Gävle. He is active within the international ethnomusicological research community and, among others positions, President for ESEM (European Seminar in Ethnomusicology) for the period 2008–2014.

Publications

“Tävlandets nya tidevarv. Folkmusiktävlingarnas återtåg.” In Musikvetenskapliga texter: festskrift Holger Larsen. Stockholm 2011 (Stockholms Univ.).

Det stora uppdraget. Perspektiv på Folkmusikkommissionen i Sverige 1908–2008. Ed. Dan Lundberg, Mathias Boström & Märta Ramsten. Stockholm 2010 (Nordiska museets förlag). Order via Svenskt visarkiv.

Translocal Communities – Music as an Identity Marker in the Assyrian Diaspora”. In Bernd Clausen, Ursula Hemetek and Eva Saether (eds.) Music in motion: diversity and dialogue in Europe. Bielefeld 2009 (Transcript Verlag).

Musikinstrument berättar. Instrumentforskning idag. Ed. Dan Lundberg, Gunnar Ternhag & Stefan Bohman. Hedemora 2007 (Gidlunds). Order via Svenskt visarkiv.

“Bjårskpip in blossom – on the revitalization process of a folk music instrument”. In STM-online 10. Digital resource.  Uppsala 2007 (Svenska samfundet för musikforskning).

Music, media, multiculture. Changing musicscapes. With Krister Malm & Owe Ronström. Stockholm 2003 (Svenskt visarkiv). 

The musician in focus. Individual perspectives in Nordic ethnomusicology. With Gunnar Ternhag. Stockholm 2000 (Royal Swedish Academy of Music. Publications issued by the Royal Swedish Academy of Music). Order via Svenskt visarkiv.

Folkmusik i Sverige. With Gunnar Ternhag. Hedemora 2005 (1996) (Gidlunds). Order via Svenskt visarkiv.

Persikoträdgårdarnas musik: en studie av modal improvisation i turkisk folk- och populärmusik baserad på improvisationer av Ziya Aytekin. Diss. Stockholm 1994 (Stockholms Univ.).