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The XIVth International Ibsen Conference will be held at the Ibsenhuset Concert Hall in Skien, Norway, on 5-8 September 2018. The conference is organized by the Centre for Ibsen Studies in co-operation with Skien Municipality
The Centre for Ibsen Studies, in collaboration with The Humanities Center at Johns Hopkins University and the Department of Philosophy at Temple University, announces the next workshop in the series of workshops called Ibsen and Philosophy, to be hosted at the University of Oslo.
All are welcome to attend.
Skien International Ibsen Conference 2017 will be arranged on October 18. and 19.
During the silent era, around thirty film adaptations of Henrik Ibsen’s works were produced in a number of countries outside of Norway. Shown together for the first time, the eight silent Ibsen films that are still known to exist will be screened at the National Library of Norway over the course of two days, all accompanied live by pianist Håvard Gressum Antonsen.
Centre for Ibsen studies’ In-House Seminar presents
Sefakor Solace Anku: An Analysis of The Function of Pidgin English in Nneora: an African Doll’s House.
The Centre for Ibsen Studies welcomes you to a lecture by Ewa Partyga (Institute of Art, The Polish Academy of Sciences) on the significance of Gabriela Zapolska's performance as Nora for Polish theater towards the end of the 19th century.
Guest lecture by Professor Sabiha Huq from Khulna University, Bangladesh.
In the last decades of the nineteenth century Scandinavian literature emerged as a power to be reckoned with in European and world literature. How can we explain the rise of such a phenomenon from the periphery? How was the so-called "Modern Breakthrough" received abroad? And what were some of the effects of this wave of literature and drama?
The conference will sum up major results of the research project SCANMO, funded by The Norwegian Research Council. Invited speakers will present research on related topics and offer international perspectives on Scandinavia's "Modern Breakthrough".
The conference is open to all and no registration is required.
Spanish playwright Lucia Miranda will talk about her play Nora 1959 that premiered in the National Drama Center of Spain in 2015, and continues being played in different cities in Spain, with excellent reviews. Open for all.
This book addresses a deceptively simple question: what accounts for the global success of A Doll’s House, Henrik Ibsen’s most popular play? Book launch with Monna Tandberg, Tore Rem and Frode Helland. Free entrance.
Guest lecture by Keith Oatley. Open for all.
Giuliano D’Amico will hold his trial lecture for the position of Associate Professor in Ibsen studies. Open for all.
Kristin Gjesdal will hold her trial lecture for the position of Associate Professor in Ibsen studies. Open for all.
The seminar is open to all.
The Henrik Ibsen Lecture 2015.
One of the great glories of Ibsen’s “new drama” was Ibsen’s complex portraits of what Shaw called “actual people in actual life.”
The lecture is open to all.
Can a close reading of Ibsen reveal the reasons of his characters' often incomprehensible and erratic behaviour?
The guest lecture is in English, and is open to all.
Why does Henrik Ibsen empty nurseries and then fill them up with books, a troll-princess, and urchins?
The guest lecture is open to all.
The seminar is in English and is open to all.
The seminar is in English, and is open to all.
Grusomhetens teater uses physical acting techniques in their staging of Ibsen´s Svanhild.
The In-House seminar is in English, and is open to all.
Ibsen’s road to success was a series of breakthroughs, with The Feast at Solhaug in Norway, with Brand in the Nordic countries, with Pillars of Society on the European continent (through Germany and Austria), with A Doll’s House globally (through England).
A chief reason that Henrik Ibsen became one of the world's greatest playwrights was his eye for visually compelling and meaningful images.
The lecture is in English, and is open to all.
Welcome to a unique opportunity to hear an internationally recognized composer discuss the making of his opera, "Brand," based on the play of the same name written by Henrik Ibsen. Alongside the talk, we will be served some musical treats from Kilstofte's other compositions.
The seminar is open to all.
How far can you go before Ibsen is not Ibsen anymore?