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This book brings to light new perspectives on Ibsen as a maker of world drama.
The Centre for Ibsen Studies, in collaboration with The Humanities Center at Johns Hopkins University and the Department of Philosophy at Temple University, announces the next workshop in the series of workshops called Ibsen and Philosophy, to be hosted at the University of Oslo.
All are welcome to attend.
The Centre for Ibsen Studies welcomes you to a lecture by Ewa Partyga (Institute of Art, The Polish Academy of Sciences) on the significance of Gabriela Zapolska's performance as Nora for Polish theater towards the end of the 19th century.
This interdisciplinary thematic area studies how ideas, values, genres, literary and rhetoric forms travel over cultural and linguistic borders in translation.
The starting point for Scanmo is the phenomenon of Henrik Ibsen’s authorship and career, and the main ambition is to construct and scrutinise the premises from which an author from the periphery could rise to world literary status in the course of such a relatively short time.
Scholars from all over come to use the Ibsen Centre -- some from the floor above to check a footnote, others from the other side of the globe to stay for months. Kyle Korynta, Fulbright scholar arrived last August.
Alle tror at Ibsen var redningsmannen for et underutviklet norsk teater. Det er feil.
For første gang fortelles historien om Suzannah, den som stod Ibsen aller nærmest, og den han hentet inspirasjon fra til en rekke av hans kvinneskikkelser.
Boken beskriver forholdet mellom Henrik Ibsen og Georg Brandes.
Publications by members of the project Ibsen Between Cultures.