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This in-house seminar focuses on the dramaturgical work behind NativePeer, a transcultural adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s text Peer Gynt within India's post-colonial context.
Please register here if you want to participate on campus (12 places available)
You can also follow this seminar on Zoom.
How has Ibsen been viewed, practiced and received in Africa and South Asia? Robert Malcolm McLaren (aka Robert Mshengu Kavanagh) and Sabiha Huq will discuss the topic of “Decolonizing Ibsen”.
The Centre for Ibsen Studies has since 2007 arranged an Annual Ibsen Lecture each fall.
In-house Webinar: Associate Professor Liyang Xia (Centre for Ibsen Studies) will have a conversation with some of the artists involved in the theatre piece The Greatest Event in a Doll’s Life and discuss topics such as the creative process, the societal impact, and the controversies of this project.
Welcome to the autumn's first IN-HOUSE SEMINAR at the Centre for Ibsen Studies!
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.
Publications by members of the project Ibsen Between Cultures.