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1 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Keynote Lecture: "Imagining Music Scholarship as Radical Care: Stories of Research, Pedagogy, and Activism". BFE/RMA Research Students’ Conference; 2021-01-12 - 2021-01-14
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2 Eidsheim, Nina; Paine, Garth; Musiol, Hanna; Hilder, Thomas Richard; Rasika, Ajotikar; Bergsland, Andreas.
Modalities of Listening, NTNU ARTEC Seminar Series Seminar. NTNU ARTEC Seminar Series; 2020-09-21 - 2020-09-21
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3 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Choral Activism and Queer European Citizenship. Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Conference; 2020-10-21 - 2020-10-31
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4 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Pedagogical Experiments in the Musicological Classroom. NTNU Samfunn, språk og kultur blogg 2020
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5 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Queer Choirs in Corona Crisis. LGBTQ+ Music Study Group Blog 2020
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6 Schulman, Sarah; Raha, Nat; Hellesund, Tone; Branlat, Jennifer; Garcia Zarranz, Libe; Hilder, Thomas Richard; Musiol, Hanna.
Pandemics, Archives, Justice: A Webinar with Sarah Schulman. Literature and Cultural History Research Group Seminar; 2020-11-11 - 2020-11-11
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7 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Hand in Hand Cardiff 2019. Proud Voices 2019
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8 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Pride, Protest, Parade: Listening to Queer Voices. NTNU Samfunn, språk og kultur blogg 2019
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9 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Sámi Musical Performance, Media and the Politics of Globalization: The Case of Sápmi Sessions. I: In the Balance: Indigeneity, Performance, Globalization. Liverpool University Press 2019 ISBN 9781786940346. p. 221-238
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10 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
«Music – Gender – Activism: Transcultural Conversations». The 9th Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Music and Gender. Musikk og tradisjon 2017 (30) p. 121-123
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11 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Music, Indigeneity, Digital Media. I: Music, Indigeneity, Digital Media. University of Rochester Press 2017 ISBN 978-1-58046-573-1. p. 1-27
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12 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Nordic Sexual Exceptionalism and Indigenous Rights: Sámi Alternative Visions of Europe at the Eurovision Song Contest. I: Performing Sexual Identities: Nationalities on the Eurovision Stage. Institut für Volksmusikforschung und Ethnomusikologie, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien 2017 ISBN 978-3-902153-10-4. p. 23-43
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13 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Sámi Festivals and Indigeneity. I: The Oxford Handbook of Popular Music in the Nordic Countries. Oxford University Press 2017 ISBN 9780190603908.
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14 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Sámi Music. I: Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World Volume XI Genres: Europe. Bloomsbury Academic 2017 ISBN 9781501326103. p. 694-700
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15 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
The Politics of Virtuality: Sámi Cultural Simulation through Digital Musical Media. I: Music, Indigeneity, Digital Media. University of Rochester Press 2017 ISBN 978-1-58046-573-1. p. 176-204
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16 Hilder, Thomas Richard; Stobart, Henry; Tan, Shzr Ee.
Music, Indigeneity, Digital Media. University of Rochester Press 2017 (ISBN 978-1-58046-573-1) 224 p.
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17 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Roll over, Tchaikovsky! Russian popular music and post-Soviet homosexuality. Stephen Amico, Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 2014, xii + 316 pp., ISBN 978-0- 2520-3827-3. Ethnomusicology Forum 2016
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18 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Sámi Popular Music, Indigenous Feminism, Environment: Mari Boine as Grenzgängerin. Jahrbuch Musik und Gender 2016 ;Volume 8. p. 57-73
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19 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Christine Dettmann. 2012. Ein anderes Gesicht: Lokale brasilianische Musiker in Lissabon. Intercultural Music Studies, 16. Berlin: VWB—Verlag für Wissen- schaft und Bildung. 360pp. ISBN 978-3-86135-647-9 (pbk). Journal of World Popular Music 2015 ;Volume 2.(1) p. 119-124
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20 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Sámi Musical Performance and the Politics of Indigeneity in Northern Europe. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2015 (ISBN 978-0-8108-8895-1) 243 p.
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21 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Repatriation, Revival and Transmission: The Politics of a Sámi Musical Heritage. Ethnomusicology Forum 2012 ;Volume 21.(2) p. 161-179
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22 Hilder, Thomas Richard.
Soundscapes Rostock: An Ethnomusicological View of City Sound – Website Review. Yearbook for Traditional Music 2012 ;Volume 44. p. 233-234
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