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For nearly a decade (since mid-2007), this website has offered musings on contemporary society and its music by David G. Hebert, PhD. He is a sociomusicologist specializing in global music education who has held academic positions with universities on five continents. Professor Hebert is now a tenured full Professor with Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, where he leads the Grieg Academy Music Education (GAME) research group.
Dr. Hebert's research applies an international-comparative perspective to issues of pluralism, identity, and cultural relevance in music education, as well as processes by which new music traditions emerge and change - both sonically and socially - as they are adopted into institutions. Born in the 1970s, he is among the most widely-published and globally-active music scholars of his generation, with an h-index of 12, and professional activities in an average of 10 countries per year across the past 7 years (2009-2015).
Recent Books: * Wind Bands and Cultural Identity in Japanese Schools (2012, Springer) * Patriotism and Nationalism in Music Education (2012, Ashgate) * Theory and Method in Historical Ethnomusicology (2014, Lexington). * International Perspectives on Translation, Education, and Innovation in Japanese and Korean Societies (Ed., David G. Hebert, 2017, in press, Springer), *Music Glocalization: Heritage and Innovation in a Digital Age (Ed., David G. Hebert & Mikolaj Rykowski, 2017, forthcoming, Cambridge Scholars), *A Global View of Music Education (co-authored with Jiaxing Xie, Shanghai Education Press, forthcoming, 2017).
Articles in 30+ different professional journals and chapters in 10 other books.
Full List of Publications: http://sociomusicology-icom.blogspot.no/
Keynote Speaker - In 2015, Professor Hebert had keynote speeches in Poland, Uzbekistan, and China, and in 2014 he had keynote speeches in Poland, Sweden, Norway, Estonia, and China, and chaired two sessions at ISA-Japan. In 2013, he had keynote speeches for music research conferences in Norway, Uzbekistan, and Tanzania.