Editorial Board

The journal was established in November 2020 and has an acting Editorial Board with members appointed by the Board of the Nordic Network of Research in Music Education (NNRME).

Kari Mette Holdhus, PhD, Professor of Music Education, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences

Holdhus currently is engaged as a researcher in “Music teacher education for the Future” (FUTURED 2019-2022), exploring potential development and change in Norwegian general teacher education in music. Research interests include relational pedagogy, dialogic musical encounters, creative teaching and learning, pedagogical improvisation. She chairs the Nordic Network for Music Education Research (NNRME). see http://nnmpf.org/en/welcome-to-nnmpf/

Siw Graabræk Nielsen, Dr. polit., Professor of Music Education, Norwegian Academy of Music, Department of Music Education and Music Therapy, Oslo

Nielsen is educated as a music teacher and as a church organist, and is now working as professor of music education at the Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo, where she is co-head of the Centre of Educational Research in Music (CERM). Nielsen has been co-editing the Nordic Network of Research in Music Education Yearbook for over ten years and has lead this network for several years.

Marja-Leena Juntunen, Professor of Music Education, Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki

Juntunen (PhD, MM) works as Professor of Music Education at the Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki, Finland. Previously she has worked as associate professor and senior lecture in the University of Oulu. Her research is in music education, focusing on music teaching and learning in schools, music shools, higher education, and music teacher education. Embodiment, within Dalcroze pedagogy in particular, is one of her central research topics. Recently she has worked as a group leader and researcher in the ArtsEqual research initiative (2015-2021), examining the issues equity in arts education. She has published widely in international research journals and is a contributor to various anthologies. She has served as an editorial board member, guest editor, and review reader in several research journals.

Jonathan Lilliedahl, PhD, Associate Professor of Music Education, School of Music, Theatre and Art, Örebro University

Lilliedahl serves as an editorial board member of several journals, including Arts Education Policy Review, International Journal of Music Education, and Nordic Research in Music Education. His research centers on the social, cultural, and historical recontextualization of educational knowledge, with particular concern for arts education policy issues. Lilliedahl has published articles in, for example, Music Education Research, British Journal of Music Education, British Journal of Sociology of Education, and Journal of Curriculum Studies.

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