publications

academic

    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Drosera regia STEPHENS (1926)”, Das Taublatt – Die Karnivoren-Fachzeitschrift der Gesellschaft für fleischfressende Pflanzen 13:2 (1996), p. 27-31
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Långfil – oder eine kleine Reise durch die Verwendungen von Pinguicula vulgaris”, Das Taublatt – Die Karnivoren-Fachzeitschrift der Gesellschaft für fleischfressende Pflanzen 14:1 (1997), p. 19-20
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “A revival? A way to look at the last 30 years of Norwegian vocal folk music”, Norsk Folkemusikklags skrifter 16 (2002), p. 77-91
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Signifyin’ Vigdal – Aspects of the Ragnar Vigdal Tradition and the Revival of Norwegian Vocal Folk Music”, Hovedfagsavhandling i etnomusikologi / Master’s thesis in ethnomusicology, Universitetet i Bergen, Bergen 2003 – hdl.handle.net/1956/1564
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Norsk folkemusikk – et flerkulturelt fenomen?”, Norsk Folkemusikklags skrifter 18 (2004), p. 110-121
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Heute Bundes, Gestern Warschau – Gedanken über Trends der St. Petersburger Populärmusik”, norient 2007 – norient.com/de/stories/stpetersburg/
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “‘Kholodnie choboti’: strategiia postroeniia samoidentifikatsii v populiarnoi muzyke Sankt-Peterburga”. In: Voroshilova, M. B.; Domanskii, Iu. V.; Chudinov, A. P. (eds.): “Russkaia rok-poeziia: tekst i kontekst”, Vol. 9, Tver’, Ekaterinburg 2007, p. 238-243
    • Steinholt, Yngvar B.; Wickström, David-Emil: “Ensretting, segmentering og unnvikende strategier: Tendenser i det ‘nye’ Russlands populærkultur”, Den Jyske Historiker 117-118 (2008), p. 120-138
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Marusia visits Berlin: Cultural flows surrounding the Russendisko”, Musik & Forskning 31 (2008), p. 65-84 – www.danishmusicologyonline.dk/arkiv/arkiv_musik_og_forskning_pdf/mf_2007/mf2008_31_04_wickstrom.pdf
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “‘Drive-ethno-dance’ and ‘Hutzul Punk’: Ukrainian-associated Popular Music and (Geo)politics in a Post-Soviet Context”, Yearbook for Traditional Music 40 (2008), p. 60-88
    • Steinholt, Yngvar B.; Wickström, David-Emil: “Introduction”. In: Steinholt, Yngvar B.; Wickström, David-Emil (guest editors): “Popular Music and Society -Special Issue on Popular Music in the Post-Soviet Space: Trends, Movements, and Social Contexts”, 32:3 (2009), p. 307-311
    • Wickström, David-Emil; Steinholt, Yngvar B.: “Visions of the (Holy) Motherland in Contemporary Russian Popular Music: Nostalgia, Patriotism, Religion and Russkii Rok”. In: Steinholt, Yngvar B.; Wickström, David-Emil (guest editors): “Popular Music and Society -Special Issue on Popular Music in the Post-Soviet Space: Trends, Movements, and Social Contexts”, 32:3 (2009), p. 313–330
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Okna otkroi! – Open the windows! Scenes, transcultural flows, and identity politics in popular music from Post-Soviet St. Petersburg”, PhD-thesis, Københavns Universitet, Copenhagen 2009 – defended September 25th, 2009
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “The Russendisko and Music from and of the Post-Soviet Diaspora”. In: Fernandez, Jane (ed.): “Diasporas: Critical and Inter-Disciplinary Perspectives”, Oxford (Inter-Disciplinary Press) 2009, p. 65-74
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Kasatchok Superstar – Post-sovetskaia populiarnaia muzyka, ‘Russendisko’ i traditsiia russkogo fol’klora v Evrope”. In: Voroshilova, M. B.; Domanskii, Iu. V.; Nikitina, E. E.; Nikitina, O.E.; Chudinov, A. P. (eds.): “Russkaia rok-poeziia: tekst i kontekst”, Vol. 11, Ekaterinburg, Tver’ (2010), p. 42–52
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “My reggery – Reggae, Ska and Ska-punk in St. Petersburg”, norient 2010 – norient.com/academic/wickstroem2010
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “’Okna otkroi!’ – ‘Open the Windows!’ Transcultural Flows and Identity Politics in the St. Petersburg Popular Music Scene”, ibidem-Verlag (Stuttgart) 2011 – a revised Version of my PhD-thesis, available through the publisher or through amazon.de
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Höllenglocken und der Klang einer gotischen Kathedrale – die akustische Illusion einer Musikwelt”. In: Wiegand, Hermann et al. (eds.): “Musik-Welten – Mannheimer Geschichtsblätter”, Sonderveröffentlichung 3, Verlag Regionalkultur 2011, p. 55-57
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Born in the U.S.A.”, Songlexikon 2012 – www.songlexikon.de/songs/bornintheusa
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Dschinghis Khan”, Songlexikon 2012 – www.songlexikon.de/songs/dschinghis
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Post-Soviet Emigrants in Germany, Their Music and Russkii Rok”. In: Voroshilova, M. B.; Domanskii, Iu. V. (eds.): “Russkaia rok-poeziia: tekst i kontekst”, Vol. 14, Ekaterinburg, Tver’ (2013), p. 306-15
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Russendisko and the German-Russian Folklore Lineage”. In: Stahl, Geoff (ed.): “Poor, But Sexy – Reflections on Berlin Scenes”, Peter Lang (Bern) 2014, p. 43-58
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Rocking St. Petersburg – Transcultural Flows and Identity Politics in Post-Soviet Popular Music”, 2nd revised and expanded edition of “’Okna otkroi!’ – ‘Open the Windows!'”, ibidem-Verlag (Stuttgart) 2014 – available through ibidem or Columbia University Press
    • Wickström, David-Emil, Martin Lücke, and Anita Jóri: “Not Without Music Business – The Higher Education of Musicians and Music Industry Workers in Germany”, International Journal of Music Business Research 4:1 (2015), p. 55-89 – musicbusinessresearch.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/volume-4-no-1-april-2015-not-without-music-business.pdf
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Von Get Well Soon Zu Hinterland – Strategien zur Reaktion auf Bedürfnisse von Musikerinnen und Märkten in der Curriculumsentwicklung Künstlerischer Studiengänge”. In: Ahlers, Michael (ed.): “Popmusik-Vermittlung – Zwischen Schule, Hochschule und Beruf”, Lit (Münster, Berlin) 2015, p. 355-370.
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Sdelan v SSSR”, Songlexikon 2015 – www.songlexikon.de/songs/sdelanvsssr
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Nebo Slavian”, Songlexikon 2015 – www.songlexikon.de/songs/neboslavianalisa
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Kolomyika”, Songlexikon 2015 – www.songlexikon.de/songs/kolomyika
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “‘Ukro-Ska-Punk’ – Band Identity, Surzhik and Language in Post-Soviet Russia”. In: Bottà, Giacomo (ed.): “Unsichtbare Landschaften – Populäre Musik und Räumlichkeit”, Waxmann (Münster, New York) 2016, p. 127-143
    • Schwarz, Axel, and David-Emil Wickström: “Artists to teachers – teachers to artists: providing a space for aesthetic experience at secondary schools through popular music”. In: Smith, Gareth Dylan et al. (eds.): “The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music Education”, Routledge (London, New York) 2017, p. 217-230
    • Wickström, David-Emil. 2017. Art. Russland C. Rock- und Popmusik. MGG Online. www.mgg-online.com/mgg/stable/14857 (accessed 25.11.2018).
    • Wickström, David-Emil. 2018. My Pravoslavnye: Russkii rok, Orthodoxy and nationalism in post-Soviet Russia. In Religion and Popular Music – Artists, Fans, and Cultures, edited by Andreas Häger, 123-36. London, New York: Bloomsbury.
    • Wickström, David-Emil. 2019. Die Musiken der Welt in Mannheim? Cultural flow und die künstlerische Ausbildung in Weltmusik. In Transkulturelle Erkundungen – Wissenschaftlich-künstlerische Perspektiven, edited by Ursula Hemetek, Daliah Hindler, Harald Huber, Therese Kaufmann, Isolde Malmberg, and Hande Sağlam, 113-28. Wien, Köln, Weimar: Böhlau Verlag.

    non-academic

    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Otorvemsia po-piterski”, RENFIELD-Fanzine 14 (2005), p. 12–14
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Schweinische Bullen – Interview mit Dimitrii ‘Sharapov’ Ivanov”, RENFIELD-fanzine 15 (2006), p. 5–9
    • Wickström, David-Emil: “Deutsche Populäre Musik ist nicht nur ‘deutsche’ Populäre Musik”, Politik & Kultur 6 (2013), p. 19

    book reviews

    • “Queer Denken – Gegen die Ordnung der Sexualität” by Kraß, Andreas. In: Werkstatt Schwule Theologie 11:4 (2004), p. 443–446
    • “Wrestling with God & Men” by Greenberg, Steven. In: Werkstatt Schwule Theologie 12:1+2 (2005), p. 90-93
    • “Vom ‘Punk Frühling’ zum ‘Slowenischen Frühling’ – Der Beitrag des slowenischen Punk zur Demontage des sozialistischen Wertesystems” by Barber-Kersovan, Alenka. In: Diskussion Musikpädagogik (Kulturerschließender Musikunterricht) 31 (2006), p. 57–59
    • “Arsenio Rodríguez and the Transnational Flows of Latin Popular Music” by García, David F. In: Popular Music 27:1 (2008), p. 159-160
    • “Music, National Identity and the Politics of Location – Between the Global and the Local” edited by Biddle, Ian and Knights, Vanessa. In: Popular Music 27:1 (2008), p. 186-188
    • “Nationalität in populärer Musik: Popmusik heute – Ausdruck kultureller Identität oder Produkt einer globalisierten Wirtschaft?” by Gmelin, Hannes. In: Lied und populäre Kultur – Song and Popular Culture: Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs 54 (2009), p. 371-374

    cd reviews

    • “Kleine Kühe, die alle Frauen lieben: Little Cow: ‘I’m in Love with Every Lady’”. In: RENFIELD-fanzine 18 (2007)
    • “What we feel/Devil shoot devil-Split CD”. In: RENFIELD-Fanzine 19 (2008), p. 38
    • “Haydamaky: ‘Kobzar’”. In: RENFIELD-Fanzine 20 (2009)
    • “SNG: ‘EP’”. In: RENFIELD-Fanzine 20 (2009)
    • “Figli di Madre Ignota: ‘Fez Club’”. In: RENFIELD-Fanzine 21 (2010)
    • “Damir Avdic: ‘Mrtvi Su Mrtvi’”. In: RENFIELD-Fanzine 21 (2010)
    • “‘Beginner’s Guide to Scandinavia'”. In: Norient (2012) – http://norient.com/blog/beginners-guide-to-scandinavia-review

    discography

    • Blue Babas Swing Big Band: “Demo”, Berlin 2000
    • Prokopätz: “Demo”, Berlin 2004
    • Strika Tango: “Civilizacio”, Vinilkosmo 2004
    • Svoбода: “Demo”, St. Petersburg 2005
    • Con Brio: “Demo”, St. Petersburg 2006
    • Hotel Desperado: “Demo”, Copenhagen 2008
    • Various artists: “Ukraine do Amerika”, Russendisko Records 2008 (with Svoбода)
    • Various artists: “Danish World Awards 2008”, World Music Denmark 2008 (with Hotel Desperado)

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