Exploring Social Politics, Inclusive Education, and Cultural Democratization Through the Lens of Norwegian Hip Hop Music (NORHOP)

  • Hansen, Kai Arne (PI)
  • Rambarran, Shara (PI)
  • Ellefsen, Live W (PI)
  • Fagerheim, Paal (PI)
  • Williams, Justin (PI)

Project Details


NORHOP is four-year research project funded by the Research Council of Norway and led by Dr Kai Arne Hansen (Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences).

The project investigates the multiple functions and implications of hip hop in contemporary Norway. The project also focuses on the aesthetic, pedagogical, and sociopolitical dimensions of the performance, reception, and use of hip hop in cultural, educational, and societal contexts.
Short titleNorwegian Hip Hop Music
Effective start/end date1/10/2330/06/27


  • Norwegian Research Council


  • Music
  • Popular Music
  • Hip-Hop
  • Media
  • Education
  • Musicology
  • Music Education
  • Cultural Studies
  • Digital Cultures
  • digital Technologies
  • Digital Humanities
  • Politics
  • Social Politics
  • Culture
  • Popular Culture
  • Gender
  • Identity
  • Hip Hop
  • Creative Industries


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