ELINA HYTöNEN-NG

Postdoctoral Researcher

Hytönen-Ng is an ethnomusicologist and a cultural researcher, who specializes in the ethnographic study of people's musical experiences. Her research topic include popular music research (especially jazz), peak experiences related to music, work environment of musicians, musicians' mobility, sonic environment of reception center, soundscape studies, schools soundscape, the role of sound in shamanic rituals and the meaning of sound in the creation of relationship with the environment.
In her latest research she studies the lamenting tradition and how it lives in the contemporary world, as well as what kind of meanings are give to it and how it is experiences in the body.

The funding for the research comes from KKES, foundation for the promoting Karelian culture, and Kone Foundation.

Contact info

Organization

Faculty of Social Sciences and Business Studies, Karelian Institute

Email

elina.hytonen-ng@uef.fi

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Research groups and research projects

Lacrima duct. Soundscape in schools.

RESEARCH GROUPS - UEF

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