Dr Maarten Michielse

Lecturer in Critical Digital Media Practice


Maarten Michielse is a lecturer critical digital media practice at the department of Sociology at Lancaster University. His expertise lies in popular music, digital media, and remix cultures. In his teaching, Michielse aims to combine and intertwine theoretical explorations of digital media and popular culture with practical-oriented audio-visual skills training sessions.

Broadcasting the Bedroom: Intimate musical practices and collapsing contexts on YouTube
Michielse, M. 26/10/2017 In: Mediated Intimacies. Routledge
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

A Digital Recording Consciousness: Analysing, Mixing and Evaluating Audio in the Mashup Community
Michielse, M. 1/06/2016 In: IASPM@Journal. 6, 2
Journal article

Producing a meaningful difference: The significance of small creative acts in composing within online participatory remix practices
Michielse, M., Partti, H. 1/03/2015 In: International Journal of Community Music. 8, 1, p. 27-40. 14 p.
Journal article

Remix, Cover, Mash: Remediating Phonographic-Oral Practice Online
Michielse, M. 2015
Doctoral Thesis

Ergens Zingt een Zanger
Michielse, M. 2014 In: Wat de verbeelding niet vermag!. Vantilt p. 213-216. 4 p. ISBN: 9789460041822.

Musical Chameleons: Fluency and Flexibility in Online Remix Contests
Michielse, M. 2013 In: M/C Journal. 16, 4
Journal article