Bilde av Maxwell, Kate
Bilde av Maxwell, Kate
Academy of Music kate.maxwell@uit.no +4777660734 Tromsø

Kate Maxwell


Professor

Job description

Professor of music history, theory, and analysis

 


  • Kate Maxwell, Sabina Fosse Hansen :
    Decolonizing music history in Scandinavia: Reflections from the chalkface
    Dansk Musikforskning Online 2022 FULLTEKST
  • Kate Maxwell, Jonathan Greenaway :
    Understanding "flow": A multimodal reading of political economy and capitalist erotics in hip hop
    Multimodality & Society 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Kate Maxwell :
    A Multimodal Reading of MS C: Order, Decoration, Mutation
    Brepols 2021
  • Kate Maxwell, Lilli Mittner, Hanne Hammer Stien :
    Conceptualizing the North
    Nordlit 2020 FULLTEKST / DATA / ARKIV / DOI
  • Kate Maxwell :
    Music in the Dark: Soundscapes in Christiane Ritter's A Woman in the Polar Night
    Nordlit 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Kate Maxwell, Lilli Mittner :
    Multimodality and Gender in Beck’s Song Reader
    Routledge 2019 FULLTEKST / DOI
  • Kate Maxwell :
    Multimodality and Memory in the Mise en page of Guillaume de Machaut's Mass
    Palgrave Macmillan 2019 DOI
  • Kate Maxwell :
    The Medieval (Music) Book: A Multimodal Cognitive Artefact
    Edinburgh University Press 2019 DATA
  • Kate Maxwell, Paul Benneworth :
    The construction of new scientific norms for solving Grand Challenges
    Palgrave Communications 2018 ARKIV / DOI
  • Kate Maxwell :
    Beck's Song Reader: An Unbound Music Book
    Mémoires du livre 14. December 2016 ARKIV / DOI
  • Kate Maxwell :
    When Here Is Now and Now Is Then: Bridging the Gap in Time with "Sumer Is Icumen In"
    Peter Lang Publishing Group 2015
  • Kate Maxwell, Lilli Mittner, Hanne Hammer Stien :
    Conceptualizing the North
    2020 FULLTEKST
  • Kate Maxwell :
    Queering the rose from the Roman de la rose to K-pop
    2022
  • Kate Maxwell, David Charles, Paul Benneworth :
    The Social Rural University Campus and the Rural Creative Economy
    2022
  • Kate Maxwell, David Charles, Paul Benneworth :
    Measurement is the Mother of all Exclusion: How "Excellence" can Marginalize Multidisciplinarity and Engaged Research
    2022
  • Kate Maxwell :
    Toute Belle and the Construction of the Female Voice in Medieval and Early Modern Sound and Writing
    2022
  • Hanne Hammer Stien, Kate Maxwell, Lilli Mittner :
    Conceptualizing the North
    2021
  • Kate Maxwell :
    Music and the Pornographic Spectrum: Music and Erotic Imagery from the Middle Ages to the Internet
    2021
  • Kate Maxwell :
    The Queer Sexual Politics of Horsemeat in the Livre de Fauvel
    2021
  • Kate Maxwell :
    Response to the Digital Machaut Roundtable
    2021
  • Kate Maxwell, Carlo Allemano :
    Cherubino: Mozart's Masturbation Metaphor
    2021
  • Kate Maxwell, Lilli Mittner, Hanne Hammer Stien :
    A voyage into peer review
    Research Europe 2020 FULLTEKST
  • Kate Maxwell :
    The Bitextuality of Digitised Manuscripts
    2019
  • Kate Maxwell, Paul Benneworth, Martin Siefkes :
    Sandpits Can Develop Cross-Disciplinary Projects, but Funders Need to be as Open-Minded as Researchers
    LSE Impact Blog 15. October 2018 FULLTEKST / ARKIV
  • Kate Maxwell, Jon Greenaway :
    Understanding Flow: Difference and Repetition in Norwegian Hip Hop
    2018
  • Kate Maxwell :
    Lett å være rebell i kjellerleiligheten din: The sexist in the basement of Norwegian hip hop
    2018
  • Kate Maxwell :
    The Posthuman Pragmatics of the Book: A Multimodal Reading of a Digitised Manuscript
    2018
  • Kate Maxwell, Unni Pia Løvhaug, Per Pippin Aspaas, Magnar Gullikstad Johnsen, Bente Heimtun, Per helge Nylund :
    Nordlyset hjemme – Nordlysvitenskap og UiT i 100 år
    Nordlyset hjemme – Nordlysvitenskap og UiT i 100 år 2018
  • Kate Maxwell, Paul Benneworth :
    Research Funding is Critical to Societally Relevant Research
    Elephant in the Lab 13. September 2018 ARKIV / DOI
  • Kate Maxwell :
    Kjønnsperspektiver i rytmisk musikk
    2018
  • Kate Maxwell, Lilli Mittner :
    Multimodal Evangelism, or, Is Everything Really Multimodal? Reflections on Multimodality and Gender
    2018
  • Kate Maxwell :
    #MeToo #ShePersisted: Understanding society and culture through gender and pop music
    2018
  • Kate Maxwell, Lilli Mittner :
    Notation and Gender in Beck's Song Reader
    2018
  • Kate Maxwell :
    ‘Lett å være rebell i kjellerleiligheten din': The sexist in the basement of Norwegian hip hop
    2018
  • Kate Maxwell :
    Mixing It Up: The Place of the Arts in Multidisciplinary Contexts
    Podium. FOU-magasin fra Universitetet i Tromsø, Det kunstfaglige fakultet 2017 ARKIV
  • Kate Maxwell :
    (Still) not asking for it
    2017
  • Kate Maxwell :
    The rebel in the basement: agency and action in Norwegian hip hop
    2017
  • Kate Maxwell, Paul Benneworth :
    Sandpits Can Help Researchers Escape Disciplinary Bubbles
    Research Europe 26. October 2017
  • Kate Maxwell, Paul Benneworth :
    The construction of new scientific norms for solving grand challenges: Reflections from the Norwegian Idélab research programme
    2017 FULLTEKST
  • Kate Maxwell, Friederike Bischoff :
    Musikalsk innslag under åpning av studieåret 2017/18 Fremføring av verket "(Still) not asking for it" av Kate Maxwell
    2017
  • Kate Maxwell :
    Music as Spiritual Nourishment (or not) at the Periphery of Page and Sound
    2016
  • Kate Maxwell :
    Music Notation as a Multimodal Artefact
    2016
  • Kate Maxwell, Carlo Allemano :
    Transmediating Verdi Transmediating Shakespeare: Performing Theory in Macbeth
    2016
  • Kate Maxwell :
    Beyond Sound, Image, and Text: the (More) Hidden Modes of the Manuscript
    2016
  • Kate Maxwell :
    Bach's Mass in B Minor: A Lecture-Recital
    2015
  • Kate Maxwell :
    A Norwegian Experiment in Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration
    2015 FULLTEKST
  • Kate Maxwell :
    The Medieval Manuscript: A Multimodal Performance?
    2015
  • Kate Maxwell :
    Music Notation as a 'Gatekeeper' to Participation
    2015
  • Kate Maxwell :
    Multimodality and the Benefits and Limits of Cross-Disciplinary ‘Evangelism’
    2015
  • Kate Maxwell, Paul Benneworth, Anders Gravir Imenes :
    Research in the middle: multimodally broadcasting and analysing climate-change research in a Norwegian context
    2015

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    Research interests

    Research into pop music, medieval music, multimodality, manuscript studies, graphic/non-standard notation, music as a visual artefact, French litterature (particularly medieval), research communication.

    More information and full publications list: https://skatemaxwell.wordpress.com/category/publications/

    Teaching

    Bachelor: Music history and analysis 1 and 2

    Master: Master project (M1 and M2)