Ellen Rees

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Visiting address Henrik Wergelands hus 2nd Floor
Postal address Centre for Ibsen Studies Post Box 1166 Blindern 0318 Oslo

Education

1995    University of Washington: Ph.D. in Scandinavian Languages and Literature

1992    University of Washington: M.A. in Scandinavian Languages and Literature

1989    The Evergreen State College: B.A. in Liberal Arts

 

Positions Held

2013-            Professor of Nordic Literature, University of Oslo

2009-2012    Postdoctoral research fellow in Nordic literature, University of Oslo

2004-2010    Associate/assistant professor of Scandinavian Studies, University of Oregon (on leave 2009-2010)

1996-2004    Associate/assistant professor of Scandinavian Studies, Arizona State University

1995-1996    Postdoctoral research fellow in Nordic literature, Åbo Akademi University

Research areas

Nordic literature and film

Research projects at the Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies

Data-Mining the Digital Bookshelf (NFR FRIHUMSAM project 2016-2019)

ScanGuilt: Scandinavian Narratives in an Age of Globalization (2014-2018)

Den multimodale Ibsen (NFF grant 2013)

Cabin Fever: Place and Identity in Norwegian Literature 1814-2005 (postdoctoral research fellowship 2009-2012)

Other activities

Vice dean for research and researcher training 2015-2018

Co-editor of Edda 2015-2017

Co-editor of Ibsen Studies 2013 -

Tags: Scandinavian literature, Ibsen studies, Film and television studies

Publications

 

“Fogden, kvinnen og taterungen: omstreifermotivet i Ibsens Brand.” Edda 107.4 (2020): 242–253

“Oslo/Kristiania/Christiania: Ibsen, Hamsun, and the Modern Urban Breakthrough.” The Palgrave Encyclopaedia of Urban Literary Studies. Jeremy Tambling, ed. London: Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-62592-8_273-1

“Dramatizing Biographers: Michael Meyer’s A Meeting in Rome and Robert Ferguson’s Dr. Ibsen’s Ghosts.” Modern Drama 59.1 (2016): 75-94

“Den barmhjertige Ibsen: Simon Strangers Gjengangeren.” Modernitet, barndom, historie. Festskrift til Harald Bache-Wiig. Åse Marie Ommundsen, Per Thomas Andersen and Liv Bliksrud, eds. Oslo: Novus, 2016. 141-153.

"Post-Secular Salvation: Hallvard Bræin's Gatas Gynt." Nordlit 34 (2015): 373-380

"Henrik Ibsen som tegneseriefigur: fra Sfinksen til Dovregubben." Kunst og kultur 1.98 (2015): 14-27

Ibsen's Peer Gynt and the Production of Meaning. Acta Ibseniana XI. Oslo: Centre for Ibsen Studies, 2014.

"Ibsen Exposed: Atle Næss's Sensommer and Niels Fredrik Dahl's Henrik og Emilie.European Journal of Scandinavian Studies 44.2 (2014): 186-204

"Melodramatic Traces and Places in The Lady from the Sea." Ibsen Studies 12.2 (2013): 79-100

“Body, Corpus, and Corpse: Delineating Ibsen in A.S. Byatt’s The Biographer’s Tale.”Crossing Borders, Dissolving Boundaries. Ed. Hein Viljoen. Amsterdam: Rodopi Press, 2013. 156-181.

"By the Open Sea: Ibsen's Fruen fra Havet and Jon Fosse's Nokon kjem til å komme."Ibsen Studies 10.2 (2011): 192-222

"Bjerregaard's (and Thrane's, Wergeland's, Aasen's, Ibsen's, Bjørnson's and Garborg's) Fjeldeventyret (1825, 1844, 1853, 1857, 1865, and 1925)." IASS 2010 Proceedings: Föredrag vid den 28:e studiekonferensen i International Association of Scandinavian Studies (IASS) i Lund 3-7 augusti 2010. Ed. Claes-Göran Holmberg and Per Erik Ljung. Lund: Lund University Open Access, 2011.

"Problems of Landscape and Representation in Ibsen's Når vi døde vågner." Ibsen Studies 9.2 (2010): 37-61

"Tropological Turns in Peer Gynt." Ibsen Studies 8.2 (2008): 112-134

"Gyntian Simulacra: Twenty-First-Century Appropriations of Peer Gynt." Scandinavian Studies 79.4 (2007): 427-448

  • Rees, Ellen (2021). Mass Media and Popular Reception. In Fulsås, Narve & Rem, Tore (Ed.), Ibsen in Context. Cambridge University Press. ISSN 978-1-108-42220-8. p. 264–271.
  • Rees, Ellen; Karlsen, Heidi; Brovold, Madelen & Dingstad, Ståle (2021). Innledning: Norden i verden – verden i Norden, Minoritetsdiskurser i norsk litteratur. Universitetsforlaget. ISSN 9788215045320. doi: 10.18261/9788215045320-2021-01.
  • Rees, Ellen (2021). Neokolonialistisk maskulinitet og «alt-right»-ideologi i bøkene om Kongo-saken, Minoritetsdiskurser i norsk litteratur. Universitetsforlaget. ISSN 9788215045320. p. 201–220. doi: 10.18261/9788215045320-2021.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2021). Abject Masculinity in Niels Fredrik Dahl's Herre. Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 0036-5637. 93(2), p. 266–286. Full text in Research Archive
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2020). Hytte-humor -- om sanitetsbind og begjær. European Journal of Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 2191-9399. 50(2), p. 302–313. doi: 10.1515/ejss-2020-2015. Full text in Research Archive
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2020). Fogden, kvinnen og taterungen. Omstreifermotivet i Ibsens Brand. Edda. Nordisk tidsskrift for litteraturforskning. ISSN 0013-0818. 107(4), p. 242–253. doi: 10.18261/issn.1500-1989-2020-04-02. Full text in Research Archive
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2020). Bjørnsons Sigurd Slembe og samenes plass i Norges kulturelle arkiv . Norsk Litteraturvitenskapelig Tidsskrift. ISSN 0809-2044. 23(1-2020), p. 40–52. doi: 10.18261/issn.1504-288X-2020-01-04. Full text in Research Archive
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2018). Åsne Seierstad's En av oss: Perpetrator and Victim in the Construction of National Innocence. Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 0036-5637. 90(1), p. 1–22. doi: 10.5406/scanstud.90.1.0001. Full text in Research Archive
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2017). Seasonal secondary dwellings. In Sondrup, Steven P.; Sandberg, Mark; Thomas A., DuBois & Ringgaard, Dan (Ed.), Nordic Literature: A Comparative History. Volume 1: Spatial Nodes. John Benjamins Publishing Company. ISSN 9789027234681. p. 478–485. doi: 10.1075/chlel.xxxi.38ree.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2017). Norsk skyld i Jo Nesbøs Flaggermusmannen og Kakerlakkene. In Bakken, Jonas & Oxfeldt, Elisabeth (Ed.), Åpne dører mot verden. Norske ungdommers møte med fortellinger om skyld og privilegier. Universitetsforlaget. ISSN 978-82-15-03022-7. p. 163–180. doi: 10.18261/9788215030227-2017-10. Full text in Research Archive
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2016). “Ingvar Ambjørnsens hytte-noir”. European Journal of Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 2191-9399. 46(2), p. 234–249. doi: 10.1515/ejss-2016-0021.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2016). Den barmhjertige Ibsen: Simon Strangers Gjengangeren. In Ommundsen, Åse Marie; Andersen, Per Thomas & Bliksrud, Liv (Ed.), Modernitet, barndom, historie. Festskrift til Harald Bache-Wiig. Novus Forlag. ISSN 978-82-7099-851-7. p. 141–153.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2016). Privilege, innocence, and "petro-guilt" in Maria Sødahl's Limbo. Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 0036-5637. 88(1), p. 42–59. doi: 10.5406/scanstud.88.1.42.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2016). Dramatizing biographers: Michael Meyer's a meeting in Rome and Robert Ferguson's Dr. Ibsen's Ghosts. Modern Drama. ISSN 0026-7694. 59(1), p. 75–94. doi: 10.3138/md.0728.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2015). "The Nordic Quirky 'Feel-Good'". In Kääpä, Pietari & Gustavsson, Tommy (Ed.), Nordic Genre Film: Small Nation Film Cultures in the Global Marketplace. Edinburgh University Press. ISSN 978-0748693184. p. 147–158. doi: 10.3366/edinburgh/9780748693184.003.0011.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2015). Post-Secular Salvation: Hallvard Bræin's Gatas Gynt. Nordlit. ISSN 0809-1668. p. 371–378. doi: 10.7557/13.3382. Full text in Research Archive
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2015). Henrik Ibsen som tegneseriefigur: fra Sfinksen til Dovregubben. Kunst og kultur. ISSN 0023-5415. 98(1), p. 14–27.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2014). "Tales of the Norwegian Intelligentsia". Anmeldelse av Nina Witoszeks The Origins of the “Regime of Goodness”: Remapping the Cultural History of Norway (Oslo: Universitetsforlaget, 2011). Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 0036-5637. 86(3), p. 352–362.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2014). "Ibsen Exposed: Atle Næss's Sensommer and Niels Fredrik Dahl's Henrik og Emilie". European Journal of Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 2191-9399. 44(2), p. 186–204. doi: 10.1515/ejss-2014-0011.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2014). “‘Langt borte, sammen og litt hjemme likevel’: det hjemlige og det kosmopolitiske i Helga Flatlands bygdetrilogi.”. In Dingstad, Ståle; Norheim, Thorstein & Rees, Ellen Rebecca (Ed.), Kulturmøter i nordisk samtidslitteratur. Festskrift til Per Thomas Andersen. Novus Forlag. ISSN 9788270997787. p. 91–105.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca & Houston, Lynn (2014). "Patriarchal Consumption of the Female Body in Cecilie Løveids Måkespisere". In Thomson, C. Claire & Carbone, Elettra (Ed.), Love and Modernity. Norvik Press. ISSN 978-1-8700-41997. p. 349–362.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2013). Transnational Christmas in Mona J. Hoel's "Dogme 95" Film Når nettene blir lange. Journal of Scandinavian Cinema. ISSN 2042-7891. 3(3), p. 215–226. doi: 10.1386/jsca.3.3.215_1.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2013). Cabins and National Identity in Norwegian Literature. In Isomaa, Saija; Lyytikäinen, Pirjo; Saarikangas, K. & Suominen-Kokkonen, Renja (Ed.), Imagining Spaces and Places. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISSN 9781443849562. p. 125–142.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2013). Melodramatic Traces and Places in The Lady from the Sea. Ibsen Studies. ISSN 1502-1866. 13(2), p. 79–100. doi: 10.1080/15021866.2013.849034.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2013). Bjørnsons "Sæterromantik". In Bliksrud, Liv; D'Amico, Giuliano; Wulfsberg, Marius & Åslund, Arnfinn (Ed.), Den Engasjerte kosmopolitt : nye Bjørnson-studier. Novus Forlag. ISSN 9788270997251. p. 203–216.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2013). The Place of the Nation in Camilla Collett's Amtmandens Døttre. Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 0036-5637. 85(4), p. 431–454.
  • Rees, Ellen (2013). Body, Corpus, and Corpse: Delineating Henrik Ibsen in A.S. Byatt's The Biographer's Tale. In Viljoen, Hein (Eds.), Crossing Borders, Dissolving Boundaries. Brill|Rodopi. ISSN 978-90-420-3638-3. p. 155–180. doi: 10.1163/9789401209083_009.
  • Rees, Ellen (2012). Nikolaj Frobenius's Teori og praksis in Theory and Practice. Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 0036-5637. 84(1), p. 59–86.
  • Rees, Ellen (2011). Trolls, Monster Masts, and National Neurosis: André Øvrelid's The Troll Hunter. Scandinavica - An International Journal of Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 0036-5653. 50(2), p. 52–62.
  • Rees, Ellen (2011). Cora Sandels fiksjon/Cora Sandel som fiksjon. Bøygen: Organ for nordisk språk og litteratur. ISSN 0806-8623. p. 8–16.
  • Rees, Ellen (2011). Hamsun's Problematic "I": The Wanderer Trilogy as Performative Biographism. In Dingstad, Ståle; Frøjd, Ylva; Oxfeldt, Elisabeth & Rees, Ellen (Ed.), Knut Hamsun: Transgression and Worlding. Tapir Akademisk Forlag. ISSN 9788251927284. p. 65–83.
  • Rees, Ellen (2011). By the open sea: Ibsen's Fruen fra havet and Fosse's Nokon kjem til å komme. Ibsen Studies. ISSN 1502-1866. 11(2), p. 192–222. doi: 10.1080/15021866.2011.610592.
  • Rees, Ellen (2011). "Det egentlige Norge" - hytter i norsk litteratur, ca 1814-2005. In Gansmo, Helen Jøsok; Berker, Thomas & Jørgensen, Finn Arne (Ed.), Norske hytter i endring. Om bærekraft og behag. Tapir Akademisk Forlag. ISSN 9788251927901. p. 23–36.
  • Rees, Ellen (2011). Bjerregaard's (and Thrane's, Wergeland's, Aasen's, Ibsen's, Bjørnson's, and Garborg's) Fjeldeventyret (1825, 1844, 1853, 1857, 1865, and 1925). In Holmberg, Claes-Göran & Ljung, Per Erik (Ed.), IASS 2010 Proceedings. Föredrag vid den 28:e studiekonferansen i International Association of Scandinavian Studies (IASS) i Lund 3 - 7 august 2010. Lund University Open Access. ISSN 978-91-7473-839-1.
  • Rees, Ellen (2011). Domesticated Wilderness in Two Norwegian Children's Classics. Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 0036-5637. 83(1), p. 45–62.
  • Rees, Ellen (2011). Straight Queers: Anne Holt's Transnational Lesbian Detective Fiction. In Nestingen, Andrew & Arvas, Paula (Ed.), Scandinavian Crime Fiction. University of Wales Press. ISSN 9780708323304. p. 100–114.
  • Rees, Ellen (2010). Norwave: Norwegian Cinema 1997-2006. Études Scandinaves au Canada. ISSN 0823-1796. 19, p. 88–110.
  • Rees, Ellen (2010). Intermedial Strategies in Erlend Loe's Volvo lastvagnar. Edda. Nordisk tidsskrift for litteraturforskning. ISSN 0013-0818. 110(1), p. 51–63.
  • Rees, Ellen (2010). Problems of landscape and representation in Ibsen's Når vi døde vågner :. Ibsen Studies. ISSN 1502-1866. 10(1), p. 37–61. doi: 10.1080/15021866.2010.495533.
  • Rees, Ellen (2010). The Seter as Locus Amoenus in Edvard Storm's Døleviser. Scandinavica - An International Journal of Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 0036-5653. 49(1), p. 5–22.
  • Rees, Ellen (2009). Den reflekterende overflaten Erlend Loes Doppler (2004) og Volvo lastvagnar (2005). Norsk Litterær Årbok. ISSN 0078-1266. p. 258–281.

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  • Rees, Ellen; Karlsen, Heidi; Brovold, Madelen & Dingstad, Ståle (2021). Minoritetsdiskurser i norsk litteratur. Universitetsforlaget. ISBN 9788215045320.
  • Dingstad, Ståle; Norheim, Thorstein & Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2014). Kulturmøter i nordisk samtidslitteratur. Festskrift til Per Thomas Andersen. Novus Forlag. ISBN 9788270997787. 283 p.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2014). Ibsen's Peer Gynt and the Production of Meaning. Senter for Ibsen-studier. ISBN 9788291540177. 157 p.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2014). Cabins in Modern Norwegian Literature: Negotiating Place and Identity. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. ISBN 9781611476484. 195 p.
  • Dingstad, Ståle; Frøjd, Ylva; Oxfeldt, Elisabeth & Rees, Ellen (2011). Knut Hamsun: Transgression and Worlding. Tapir Akademisk Forlag. ISBN 9788251927284. 310 p.
  • Rees, Ellen (2010). Figurative Space in the Novels of Cora Sandel. Alvheim og Eide akademisk forlag. ISBN 978-82-90359-83-1. 194 p.

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  • Rees, Ellen (2021). The Book History/Distant Reading/Reception Studies Nexus.
  • Rees, Ellen (2021). Embodying Ibsen: Biofiction on Stage.
  • D'Amico, Giuliano; Rees, Ellen & Helland, Frode (2021). På dette senteret har langt de fleste bakgrunn fra utlandet. [Internet]. Khrono.no.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2021). "Mellem evne og higen": forskning på NRK Radioteatret og Fjernsynsteatret.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2021). IBSENtalks: Koronavaksine i lys av En folkefiende. [Internet]. Skien kommune/YouTube.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2020). (Re-)Imagining Norway: Practices of Literary Inclusion and Exclusion.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2020). Om "at lade afdøde Digters Værker leve opp igjen". Anmeldelse av Erik Bjerck Hagens Norsk litteratur 1830–1875. Romantikk, realisme, modernism . Agora. ISSN 0800-7136. p. 453–461.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2020). Oslo/Kristiania/Christiania: Ibsen, Hamsun, and the Modern Urban Breakthrough. In Tambling, Jeremy (Eds.), The Palgrave Encyclopaedia of Urban Literary Studies. Palgrave Macmillan. ISSN 978-3-319-62592-8. doi: https%3A/doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-62592-8_273-1.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2020). Retrograde Masculinity: The Case of Joshua French and Tjostolv Moland.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2019). Melodrama med mening. Vagant. ISSN 0802-0736. p. 14–15.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2019). Minoritetsdiskurser i norsk nasjonalromantikk.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2018). A Computational Assessment of Norwegian Literary ’National Romanticism’.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2015). Anmeldelse av Ibsen’s Houses: Architectural Metaphor and the Modern Uncanny, av Mark B. Sandberg. Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 0036-5637. 87(4), p. 544–547.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2015). Preface. Ibsen Studies. ISSN 1502-1866. 15(1), p. 1–2. doi: 10.1080/15021866.2015.1099870.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2015). Anmeldelse av Hvordan lese Ibsen? Samtalen om hans dramatikk 1879-2015 av Erik Bjerck Hagen. Ibsen Studies. ISSN 1502-1866. 15(1), p. 99–102.
  • Dingstad, Ståle; Norheim, Thorstein & Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2014). Innledning. In Dingstad, Ståle; Norheim, Thorstein & Rees, Ellen Rebecca (Ed.), Kulturmøter i nordisk samtidslitteratur. Festskrift til Per Thomas Andersen. Novus Forlag. ISSN 9788270997787. p. 9–17.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2014). Mi: Jüri Reinvere's Peer Gynt-Opera. [TV]. ETV.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2014). "Peer Gynt". [Radio]. NRK Kulturhuset.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2014). Peer Gynt til hverdagsbruk.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2014). Førsteamanuensis Ellen Rees om nordmenns hyttevaner. [TV]. NRK Sommeråpent.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2014). Jakten på den ekte Peer. [Newspaper]. Klassekampen.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2014). Small Screen, Big Ideas: Bentein Baardson's Peer Gynt.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2014). Peer i ei vending.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2014). Hytta skal være enkel. [Radio]. NRK P1 Norgesglasset.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2014). Hytta, så klart. [Newspaper]. Aftenposten.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2013). Hamsun in Tromsø V: Report from the 5th Hamsun International Conference, 2011. Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 0036-5637. 85(4), p. 529–532.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2013). På jakt etter humoren i Når vi døde vågner: Ibsens Nansen-parodi.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2013). anmeldelse av Hamsun i Tromsø V, Even Arntzen, Nils M. Knutsen og Henning Howlid Wærp (red.). Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 0036-5637. 85(4), p. 529–532.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2013). Jakter på norske hyttekoder. [Newspaper]. Aftenposten.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2013). anmeldelse av Ibsen og fotografene: 1800-tallets visuelle kultur, av Peter Larsen. Edda. Nordisk tidsskrift for litteraturforskning. ISSN 0013-0818. p. 244–246.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2013). Fra fattigmannshus til fritidsbolig. [Newspaper]. Valdresmagasinet.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2013). Framing Henrik ibsen: The Comic Book as Criticism.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2013). Litterære hyttebøker. [Newspaper]. Morgenbladet.
  • Rees, Ellen Rebecca (2013). Forskning på hytte-Norge. [Radio]. NRK - Norgesglasset.
  • Rees, Ellen (2013). Dramatizing Dramatists: Michael Meyer’s A Meeting in Rome.
  • Rees, Ellen (2013). Henrik Ibsen, Kung-fu Master and Steampunk Secret Agent.
  • Rees, Ellen (2012). A.S. Byatt’s The Biographer’s Tale: An Ibsen Postmortem?
  • Rees, Ellen (2012). Postsecular Salvation: Hallvard Bræin’s Gatas Gynt (2008).
  • Rees, Ellen (2012). Excess and Asceticism in Norwegian Cabin Culture.
  • Rees, Ellen (2012). anmeldelse av Mord og metafysik: Det absolutte, det guddomelige og det overnaturlige i krimien, av Kim Toft Hansen. Edda. Nordisk tidsskrift for litteraturforskning. ISSN 0013-0818.
  • Rees, Ellen (2012). Building Cabins and Building Character: The Outdoors in Britain and Norway.
  • Rees, Ellen (2012). Cabin Fever.
  • Rees, Ellen (2012). Ibsen's The Lady from the Sea and Romantic Theatre.
  • Oxfeldt, Elisabeth; Dingstad, Ståle; Frøjd, Ylva & Rees, Ellen (2011). "Editors' Introduction". In Dingstad, Ståle; Frøjd, Ylva; Oxfeldt, Elisabeth & Rees, Ellen (Ed.), Knut Hamsun: Transgression and Worlding. Tapir Akademisk Forlag. ISSN 9788251927284. p. 11–14.
  • Rees, Ellen (2011). Trolls, Monster Masts and National Neurosis: André Øvrelid's The Troll Hunter (2010).
  • Rees, Ellen (2010). anmeldelse av Knut Hamsun: The Dark Side of Literary Brilliance, av Monika Zagar. Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 0036-5637. 82(2), p. 253–255.
  • Rees, Ellen (2010). Norwave: Nyere norsk film.
  • Rees, Ellen (2009). anmeldelse av An international Ibsen. Scandinavian Studies. ISSN 0036-5637. 81(2), p. 241–244.
  • Rees, Ellen (2009). anmeldelse av Munch's Ibsen: A Painter's Vision of a Playwright, av Joan Templeton. Orbis Litterarum. ISSN 0105-7510. 64(6), p. 526–526.
  • Rees, Ellen (2009). Problems of Landscape and Representation in Ibsen's Når vi døde vågner.
  • Rees, Ellen (2009). Intermedial Strategies in Erlend Loe's Volvo lastvagnar.

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