Abstracts of the sessions can be found here.

Thursday 26 November
(all papers are held at CET)
Zoom link: (password will be sent upon registration)

9–10 Introduction by Giuliano D’Amico and keynote address by Ika Willis (University of
Wollongong) – “Book History, Reception History, Media History”


10.15–10.45 Marianne Egeland – “Life Writing and Appropriation” (respondent: Ika Willis)

10.45 –11.15 Thor Holt – “From Labels to Reception Processes: Jaws (1975) as an
Adaptation of Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People (1882)” (respondent: Ika Willis)

11.15–11.45 Sissel Furuseth – “Traveling Petromodernities: the Norwegian Reception of
Upton Sinclair’s Oil!” (respondent: Ika Willis)


13.00–13.30 Helge Jordheim – “Adam and Eve, Moses, Three Pyramids, and a Manned
Balloon: History as Frontispiece” (respondent: Peter McDonald)

13.30 – 14.00 Ellen Krefting – “Secret springs and naked truths: The reception and
circulation of “secret histories” in eighteenth-century Denmark-Norway” (respondent: Peter

14.00–14.30 Aina Nøding – “A room of her own in the basement: Women writers, editors
and translators of serial fiction in the Norwegian 19th century press” (respondent: Peter

Friday 27 November (all papers are held at CET)
Zoom link: (password will be sent upon registration)
10–11 Keynote address / interview with Peter McDonald (University of Oxford) – “Artefacts
of Writing”


11.15 – 11.45 Geir Uvsløkk – “Thrice received, thrice remembered: receptions of translated
French postmemory narratives in Norway” (respondent: Ika Willis)

11.45 – 12.15 Gianina Druta – “Translating Ibsen for the Romanian audience” (respondent:
Ika Willis)


13.15 – 13.45 Janicke S. Kaasa – “Heavenly Citizens of the World: Child Readers and the
Missionary Cause” (respondent: Peter McDonald)

13.45–14.15 Giuliano D’Amico – “Hermetic semiosis as a mode of reception” (respondent:
Peter McDonald)

14.15–14.30 Conclusion


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