Henrik Wergelandshus (kart)
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Samuel Adamson (UK) is one of the world’s leading Ibsen adaptors. He will be visiting Oslo to discuss his latest play Wife (2019), inspired by A Doll’s House.
Welcome to a new In-house seminar at the Centre for Ibsen Studies!
New international conference coming up! The conference The Golden Age of Norwegian Literature and the German Book Industry will take place at the University of Frankfurt on 14-15 October. Ibsen (and the Ibsen Centre) will be represented by a fair number of papers.
Astri Ghosh presents her twelve translations of Ibsen’s works into Hindi. Her work is part of the larger project Ibsen in Translation.
The Centre for Ibsen Studies and Cinemateket presents a special screening based on Ibsen’s Pillars of Society by one of the true masters of cinema.
Welcome to the autumn's second IN-HOUSE SEMINAR at the Centre for Ibsen Studies!
Centre for Ibsen Studies announces the first ever cinema screening of Victor Barnowsky’s Peer Gynt (1919) in Norway. The film will be introduced by Thor Holt from the Centre for Ibsen Studies. A discussion will follow after the screening.
Welcome to the autumn's first IN-HOUSE SEMINAR at the Centre for Ibsen Studies!
Kristin Gjesdal (Temple University, USA)
Ibsen’s reception in China
Iris Muñiz (University of Oslo)
On the Spanish reception of A Doll's House (1890-2010s)