Martin Knust

Martin Knust

Associate professor
Department of Music and Art Faculty of Arts and Humanities
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Martin Knust is associate professor in musicology. He studied musicology, theology and philosophy at the University of Greifswald, the Humboldt University Berlin and the Technical University Dresden. Academic appointments and lectureships in Germany and Sweden, among others as postdoctoral fellow at Stockholm University. Member of Linnæus research center for Intermedial and Multimodal Studies, board member of reserach school The Future of Democracy (FUDEM) and leader of a 3-year research project about digital music production, funded by the Family Kamprad Foundation (2023–25).


Research specializations: Opera and music theatre after 1800 (especially the historical performance practice of speech, song and gestures), north European music after 1800 (especially reception and cultural transfer processes between the North and continental Europe), Swedish pop and music in audiovisual political journalism (especially its production and aesthetics).


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