Henrik Ibsen spent long periods of his life in Rome and wrote several important works when living in the city, as Brand (1866), Peer Gynt (1867), A Doll’s House (1879) and Ghosts (1881).
– After I started studying, I’ve discovered that Ibsen is big in Argentina, says Maria.
On 27 February, Giuliano D’Amico of the Centre for Ibsen Studies held a teach out at the Royal Anthropological Institute in London. On this occasion, he had a chance to meet the students of Nordic studies at the University College London and hold an Ibsen lecture aimed at the general public.
A Global Doll's House: Ibsen and Distant Visions
Professor at the Center for Ibsen Studies Julie Holledge has in cooperation with Head of Department Frode Helland, Jonathan Bollen and Joanne Tompkins written the book A Global Doll's House: Ibsen and Distant Visions.
Ibsen Between Cultures
Professors Frode Helland and Julie Holledge have edited the book Ibsen Between Cultures, which is now available in our library here at the Centre for Ibsen Studies
Ibsen in Practice: Relational Readings of Performance, Cultural Encounters and Power
Head of Department Frode Helland has written the book Ibsen in Practice: Relational Readings of Performance, Cultural Encounters and Power.