Gianina Druţă

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Academic interests

  • Ibsen stagings in Romania
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Multidisciplinary research
  • Digital Humanities and quantitative research methods

Background

MA-degree in "History of Images – History of Ideas", Department for Universal and Comparative Literature, Faculty of Letters, Babeş-Bolyai University, Romania

BA-degree in Norwegian Language and Literature – Italian Language and Literature, Faculty of Letters, Babeş-Bolyai University, Romania

Member of the Editorial Board and reviewer at the peer-reviewed «Metacritic Journal for Comparative Studies and Theory»

Editor at «Echinox», Student magazine (Faculty of Letters, Babeş-Bolyai University, Romania)

PhD-project 

The aim of my PhD-project is to study Henrik Ibsen’s reception in the Romanian theatre from 1894 until today. The main directions I focus on are the historical and chronological display of the stagings, the international theatrical context that influenced Ibsen’s Romanian theatre reception as well as contributions of the most important Romanian actors, directors and translators who promoted Ibsen’s plays.

Besides classic theatre historiography research tools, the project is enriched by a Digital Humanities approach, using IbsenStage Performance Database as the main reference point.

Tags: Ibsen, Romanian theatre, Digital Humanities, Reception Studies, IbsenStage

Publications

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  • Druta, Gianina (2021). Translating Henrik Ibsen’s plays for the Romanian audience.
  • Druta, Gianina (2021). When Dr. Stockmann spoke Romanian…: Petre Sturdza’s translation of An Enemy of the People (1907).
  • Druta, Gianina (2020). Digital Perspectives in Ibsen Studies.
  • Druta, Gianina (2020). Ibsen at the Theatrical Crossroads of Europe: A Performance History of Henrik Ibsen’s plays on the Romanian stages (1894-1947). Oslo 07-Media.

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Published Jan. 3, 2017 2:07 PM - Last modified May 10, 2022 1:00 PM