The Centre for Ibsen Studies provides an active multidisciplinary research environment and has a number of ongoing international research projects. We explore Ibsen's texts from a variety of theoretical approaches, as well Ibsen's life and the global reception, adaptation and performance of his works.
The Centre for Ibsen studies is host to The Virtual Ibsen Centre, a digital collection where manuscripts, original texts, portraits, photographies, data, sound and images are openly available. Among the many available resources are:
- Henrik Ibsen's complete writings
- The Ibsen archive of digitised manuscripts, texts, portraits and photographies of Ibsen, and sound and images from stage productions.
- IbsenStage, a database with data on more than 20 000 stage productions.
- The Multilingual Ibsen, translations of Ibsen into several languages.
WEBINAR: "Et dukkehjem" in Slovenian
Apr. 2, 2020 2:15 PM
In-house Webinar: Guest lecture by assistant professor Marija Zlatnar Moe about translating drama between peripheral languages - translating Ibsen into Slovenian. This guest lecture will be held as a webinar, as the first scheduled event was canceled because of the coronavirus.