Professors Tore Rem (University of Oslo) and Narve Fulsås (UiT – The Arctic University of Norway) will revisit their work on “the Ibsen phenomenon” and its consequences for the rise of modern drama.
Lianna Elizabeth Stewart examines Norwegian National Ballet's contemporary ballet adaptation of Ghosts titled Ghosts - Ibsen's Gjengangere (2014).
This in-house seminar focuses on the dramaturgical work behind NativePeer, a transcultural adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s text Peer Gynt within India's post-colonial context.
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Masculinity and meaning in Ibsen's dramas
How can the males in Ibsen's dramas be understood today based on the concept of masculinity, and how does the masculine serve as an agent to shape character, personality, individual fate and dramatic effect in his plays? The webinar is a presentation of Birgitte C. Huitfeld's thesis in progress entitled Prisoners of the Self?- Ibsen's men. New perspectives
Cristina Baggethun holder sin prøveforelesning for vikarstillingen som førstelektor ved Senter for Ibsen-studier.
Thor Holt holder sin prøveforelesning for vikarstillingen som førstelektor ved Senter for Ibsen-studier.
In-House webinar: Associate Professor Gianina Druta will present how the combined analysis of classical theatre historiological resources and digital data helps to clarify the context in which Ghosts was performed on the Romanian stage in the first half of the 20th century.