Petter Dyndahl

Petter Dyndahl is professor of musicology, music education and general education at the Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, where he was head of the Ph.D. programme in teaching and teacher education from 2012 to 2017. He has published research results in a wide range of disciplines, including music education, sociology of education and culture, cultural studies, popular music studies, music technology and media pedagogy. In recent years, professor Dyndahl has been project manager for the research projects Musical gentrification and socio-cultural diversities (2013-2017), and DYNAMUS - The social dynamics of musical upbringing and schooling in the Norwegian welfare state (2018-2022). Both projects have been funded by The Research Council of Norway.



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