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Ibsen Studies

Ibsen Studies er det eneste internasjonale tidsskriftet viet Henrik Ibsen og er et forum for debatt og kritikk for alle som forsker på Ibsen.

Tidsskriftet er tverrdisiplinært med bidrag fra litteratur- og teaterforskere, historikere og aktører innen teaterverdenen.

Tidsskriftet inneholder også anmeldelser av aktuell litteratur relatert til Ibsen og en egen seksjon for Ibsen-relaterte arrangementer.

Ibsen Studies
Vol. XVII, NO. 2 – 2017

  • Klaus Müller-Wille - “Spidsborgere i Blæst” – Henrik Ibsen’s De unges Forbund and the Crisis of the Radical Political Imaginary
  • Torbjørn Andersen - The Contemporary Reception of Little Eyolf and its Presentation in Henrik Ibsens Skrifter
  • Shouhua Qi - Reimagining Ibsen: Recent Adaptations of Ibsen Plays for the Chinese Stage
  • Anna Stavrakopoulou - O Errikos Ibsen stin elliniki skini: apo tous Vrikolakes tou 1894 stis anazitiseis tis epohis mas (book review)

Ibsen Studies
Vol. XVII, NO. 1 – 2017

  • Christian Janss - When Nora Stayed: More Light on the German Ending
  • Gunvor Mejdell - Et Dukkehjem in Arabic Translation
  • Lior Levy - Reading Ibsen with Irigaray: Gendering Tragedy in Hedda Gabler

Ibsen Studies
Vol. XVI, NO. 2 – 2016

  • Ståle Dingstad - Ibsen and the Modern Breakthrough - The Earliest Productions of The Pillars of Society, A Doll's House, and Ghosts
  • Kyle Korynta - Altering Henrik Ibsen's Aura: Jon Fosse's Suzannah
  • Elizabeth Svarstad and Jon Nygaard - A Caprice - The Summit of Ibsen's Theatrical Career

Ibsen Studies
Vol. XVI, NO. 1 – 2016

  • Øystein Brekke - Bonfire of the Vanities: Moral Dynamics in Ibsen's Brand
  • Billy Smart - 'Nats Go Home': Modernism, Television and Three BBC Productions of Ibsen (1971-1974)
  • Daan Vandenhaute - Dead Awaken? An Empirical study of Ibsen's presence in comtemporary Flemish theater

Ibsen Studies
Vol. XV, NO. 2 – 2015

  • Lior Levy - Little Eyolf - A Sartrean Reading
  • Mitsuya Mori - The Structure of the Interpersonal Relationships in Ibsen's Little Eyolf: A Japanese Perspective
  • Hub Zwart - The Call from Afar: A Heideggerian-Lacanian rereading of Ibsen's The Lady from the Sea

Ibsen Studies
Vol. XV, NO. 1 – 2015

  • Anders Skare Malvik - The Advent of Noo-politics in Ibsen's Problem Plays
  • Olivia Noble Gunn - The Master Builder's Tragic Quotidian
  • Thor Holt - Ibsen's Firebrand: The Dead Child and Theodicy in Brand
  • Ellen Rees - Hvordan lese Ibsen? Samtalen om hans dramatikk 1879-2015 (Book review)
  • Helge Rønning - Sublimation leads to sublime drama. Or, if you don't have sex you may become a great writer. (Book review)

Ibsen Studies
Vol. XIV, NO. 2 – 2014

  • Laurence Senelick - How Ibsen Fared in Russian Culture and Politics
  • Kristin Gjesdal - Nietzschean Variations: Politics, Interest, and Education in Ibsen's An Enemy of the People
  • Julia A. Walker - Suez Modernism: Transportation, History, and Ibsen's Stylistic Shift
  • Giuliano D'Amico - Biografisk leksikon til Ibsens brev - med tidstavle (Book review)

Ibsen Studies 
Vol. XIV, NO. 1 – 2014

  • Giuliano D'Amico - Six Points for a Comparative Ibsen Reception
  • Kamaluddin Nilu - Democratisation process in interculturalism: Staging Ibsen within a folk theatrical form in Bangladesh
  • Jens-Morten Hanssen - The Fusion of the Man and His Work: John Gabriel Borkman With Ibsen's Mask
  • Hadle Oftedal Andersen - The Brand Poet Strikes Back: Peer Gynt as Part of a Norwegian Duel of Satires

Ibsen Studies
Vol. XIII, NO. 2 – 2013

  • Ellen Rees - Melodramatic Traces And Places In The Lady From The Sea
  • Li Jin - The "Afterlife" of Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts in Lin Shu's Meinie: A Case Study of Translation as Transculturation
  • Marit Aalen & Anders Zachrisson - The Structure of Desire in Peer Gynt's Relationship to Solveig
  • Otto Reinert - Gloria Amoris: Henrik Ibsen, Kjærlighedens Komedie. 150 år. (Book review)
  • Marit Grøtta - Ibsen og fotografene: 1800-tallets visuelle kultur (Book review)
  • Narve Fulsås - "...af stort est du kommen". Henrik Ibsen og Skien (Acta Ibseniana Vol. 8) (Book review)

Ibsen Studies 
Vol. XIII, NO. 1 – 2013

  • Joanne Tompkins - Performing Ghosts in Australia: Ibsen and an Example of Australian Cultural Translation
  • Martin Puchner - Goethe, Marx, Ibsen and the Creation of a World Literature
  • Olivia Noble Gunn - A Scandalous Similarity? The Wild Duck and the Romantic Child

Ibsen Studies 
Vol. XII, NO. 2 – 2012

  • Ellen Karoline Gjervan - Henrik Ibsen's Two Stage Renderings
  • Ståle Dingstad - “Resolved to Sow Dissension?”: Ibsen's Love's Comedy (1862) Revisited
  • Jon Nygaard - Review of Henrik Ibsens Skrifter, vol. 1-5
  • Jorunn Hareide - Review of Henrik Ibsens Skrifter, Brev 1844-1905
  • Erik Bjerck Hagen - Review of Henrik Ibsens Skrifter, vol. 9

Ibsen Studies 
Vol. XII, NO. 1 – 2012

  • Antonis Glytzouris - Henrik Ibsen, the Quest for Realism and the Rise of Greek Theatrical Modernism
  • Susan Ang - “Misguided, misconceiving, mis-inspired”: Hill's “version” of Brand and the matter of words
  • Kirsten E. Shepherd-Barr - Ibsen in France from Breakthrough to Renewal
  • Julie Holledge - Global Ibsen: Performing multiple modernities (2011)

Ibsen Studies 
Vol. XI, NO. 2 – 2011

  • Anette Storli Andersen - In the Right Place, at the Right Time: Why Ibsen Worked in the Theatre for 13 Years - and then Left it for Good
  • Ellen Karoline Gjervan - Ibsen Staging Ibsen: Henrik Ibsen's Culturally Embedded Staging Practice in Bergen
  • Giuliano D' Amico - Marketing Ibsen: A Study of the First Italian Reception, 1883-1891
  • Jørgen Haave - "Faster Ploug": The Rat Wife, or Merely an Old Aunt?
  • Ellen Rees - By the Open Sea: Ibsen's Fruen fra havet and Jon Fosse's Nokon kjem til å komme
  • Lis Møller - Missed Encounters. Review of Kierkegaard, Ibsen og det moderne (2010)
  • Marie Wells - Ibsen's Brand: Resepsjon - tolkning - kontekst (2010)

Ibsen Studies 
Vol. XI, NO. 1 – 2011

  • Narve Fulsås - Ibsen Misrepresented: Canonization, Oblivion, and the Need for History
  • Keld Hyldig - Twenty Years With The International Ibsen Festival
  • Robert Dean - Diegetic Musical Motifs in Ibsen's A Doll's House and John Gabriel Borkman
  • Errol Durbach - Review of Ibsen and the Modern Self (2010)

Ibsen Studies 
Vol. X, NO. 2 – 2010

  • Thomas Ostermeier - Reading and Staging Ibsen 
  • Jonathan Châtel - An Inquiry into the Discourses of Solness
  • Keld Hyldig - Brand on the Stage: Identification and Critical Distance

Ibsen Studies 
Vol. X, NO. 1 – 2010

  • Julie Holledge - Pastor Hansen's Confirmation Class: Religion, Freedom, and the Female Body in Et dukkehjem 
  • Kamaluddin Nilu - Persistence of Memory: Ratan Thiyam's Approach to When We Dead Awaken 
  • Ellen Rees - Problems of Landscape and Representation in Ibsen's Når vi døde vågner

Ibsen Studies 
Vol. IX, NO. 2 – 2009

  • Astrid Sæther and Vigdis Ystad - Obituary; Asbjørn Aarseth
  • Rustom Bharucha - Ibsen's Enigma Variations: Re-imagining Intercultural Performance Research
  • Chengzhou He - Interculturalism in the Theatre and Chinese Performances of Ibsen
  • Frode Helland - Empire and Culture in Ibsen. Some Notes on the Dangers and Ambiguities of Interculturalism

Ibsen Studies
Vol. IX, NO. 1 – 2009

  • Narve Fulsås and Gudrun Kühne-Bertram - Ibsen and Dilthey: Evidence of a Forgotten Acquanintance
  • Stine Brenna Taugbøl - Henrik Ibsen's Use of Metre in his Verse Dramas
  • Espen Hammer - The Question of Selfhood in Ibsen's Peer Gynt 
  • Frode Helland - Ibsen and Nietzsche: The Master Builder 
  • Richard Eldridge - "Human Beings Don't Know How to Use These Homes of Theirs": Strategies of Poetic Dramatization in The Master Builder 
Ibsen Studies
Vol. VIII, NO. 2 – 2008
  • Erica Fischer-Lichte - Interweaving Theatre Cultures in Ibsen Productions
  • Kamaluddin Nilu - A Doll's House in Asia: Juxtaposition of Tradition and Modernity
  • Chengzhou He - Ibsen's Men in Trouble: Masculinity and Norwegian Modernity 
  • Ellen Rees - Tropological Turns in Peer Gynt 
Ibsen Studies
Vol. VIII, NO. 1 – 2008
  • Terry Eagleton - Ibsen and the Nightmare of History
  • Julie Holledge - Addressing the Global Phenomenon of A Doll's House: An Intercultural Intervention
  • Michael Evans - Credit and Credibility: The Impact of Modern Banking Institutions on A Doll's House 
  • Leonardo F. Lisi - Allegory, Capital, Modernity: Peer Gynt and Ibsen's Modern Breakthrough
  • Bjørn Tysdahl - Ibsen: The Significance of Swear-Words
  • Kristian Smidt - Beate Rosmer and Bertha Rochester
Ibsen Studies
Vol. VII, NO. 2 – 2007
  • Simon Critchley - Noises off - on Ibsen
  • Margaret D. Stetz - Mrs. Linde, Feminism, and Women's Work, Then and Now
  • Ellen Mortensen - Ibsen  and the Scandalous: Ghosts and Hedda Gabler
  • Tore Rem - Nationalism or Internationalism? The Early Irish Reception of Ibsen
  • Leonardo F. Lisi - Kierkegaard and the Problem of Ibsen's Form
Ibsen Studies
Vol. VI, NO. 2 – 2006
  • Maria Shevtsova - From Ibsen to the "Visual Book": Robert Wilson's Peer Gynt
  • Errol Durbach - Ibsen and the dramaturgy of uncertainty
  • Mitsuya Mori - Hedda Gabler, A Parody of A Doll's House
  • Lars August Fodstad - Refurbishing the Doll's House?  - The Theatre Programme as Paratextual Trace
  • Kirsten Shepherd-Barr - Ibsen's Globalism
Ibsen Studies
Vol. VI, NO. 1 – 2006
  • Brian Johnston - The Ibsen phenomenon - Ibsen and World Literature
  • Annegret Heitmann - Arrival scenes. Henrik Ibsen's John Gabriel Borkman and the tradition of modern European drama
  • Reiko Abe Auestad - Ibsen's individualism in Japan:  John Gabriel Borkman and Ogai Mori's Seinen (Youth, 1910)
  • Jan W. Dietrichson - "...since I cannot afford to lose er even risk anything" - Henrik Ibsen's Road from Want to Wealth
Ibsen Studies
Vol. V, NO. 2 – 2005
  • Anne Marie Rekdal – The Freedom of Perversion
  • Unni Langås – What did Nora do? Thinking Gender with A Doll's House
  • Xie Lanlan – Peer Gynt's Female World
  • Kwok-Kan Tam –  Spatial Poetics of the Self and the Moral-Dramatic structure in A Doll's House
Ibsen Studies
Vol. V, NO. 1 – 2005
  • Anne Lande Peters – The Longing Women of Mishima and Ibsen - A reflection on Hanjo and The Lady from the Sea
  • Kristin Ørjasæter – Mother, wife and role model - A contexual perspective on feminism in A doll's House
  • Jørgen Veisland – The Etics of Aesthetics: Decadence in Henrik Ibsen's The Wild Duck
  • Erik Østerud – Viewing the Nude: Body and Existence in Space and Time - A study of Henrik Ibsen's When We Dead Awaken
  • Lars Nylander on Jørgen Dines Johansen: Ind i natten. Seks kapitel om Ibsens sidste skuespil
Ibsen Studies
Vol. IV, NO. 2 – 2004
  • Daniel L. Plung – The Character Architecture of Ibsen's A Doll's House: Beyond the Fusion of Carpentry and Content
  • Erik Østerud – Time, space and image in Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House
  • William Banks – Kierkegaard and Ibsen Revisited: The Dialectics of Despair in Brand
  • Evert Sprinchorn – Syphilis in Ibsen's Ghosts
  • Tore Rem – 'The provincial of provincials': Ibsen's strangeness and the process og canonisation
Ibsen Studies
Vol. IV, NO. 1 – 2004
  • Inga-Stina Ewbank – Reading Ibsen's signs: Ambivalence on page and stage (plenary address)
  • Merrill Kaplan – Hedda and Hjørdis: Saga and Scandal in Hedda Gabler and The Vikings at Helgeland
  • Arnbjørn Jakobsen – "To waste one's life": Biblical language in Ibsen's dramas of contemorary life
  • Sara Jan – Peer Gynt and the dialogic imagination
  • Marvin Carlson - "Unser Ibsen": Ibsen on the contemporary German stage (plenary address)
  • Asbjørn Aarseth - The greenhouse, the zoo and the aquarium: Allegories og inauthenticity in Ibsen's modern drama
  • Ellen Hartmann - Ibsen's motherless women
  • Rebecca S. Cameron - Ibsen's motherless women
  • Ellen Hartmann - Ibsen and British women's drama
  • Eric Bentley - What Ibsen has meant (plenary address)
  • Bjørn Tysdahl on Tom Eide's book Ibsens dialogkunst: Etikk og eksistens i Når vi døde vågner
Ibsen Studies
Vol. III, NO. 2 – 2003
  • Frode Helland – Petrified time: Ibsen's response to modernity, with special emphasis on Little Eyolf
  • Lisbeth P. Wærp – Ibsen's poetics. "The Tragic Muse", Brand (1866) and When We Dead Awaken. A Dramatic epilogue (1899)
  • Trausti Ólafsson - Ibsen's Brand, 1866: The Day of Prophecy
  • Behzad Ghaderi Sohi – "What - Is - This?": The Third Kingdom and the Dawn of Chaos in Rosmersholm
  • Bjørn Tysdahl - An advocatus diaboli reading Ibsen's letters about art from Rome
  • Kari Lothe - Response to Erlinç Özdemir's a Jungian reading of Ibsen's The Lady From The Sea
  • Asbjørn Aarseth on Bjørn Hemmer's book Ibsen. Kunstnerens vei
  • Louis Muinzer on Harald Noreng's book Fotografier fra Henrik og Suzannah Ibsens album
Ibsen Studies
Vol. III, NO. 1 – 2003
  • Håvard Nilsen – How Ibsen found his Hedda Gabler
  • Alvhild Dvergsdal – To be oneself: Satan's ruse. Critical reflections on self-realisation in Henrik Ibsen's Peer Gynt
  • Chengzhou He – Ibsen and Chinese "problem drama"
  • Wang Ning – Reconstructing Ibsen as an artist: a theoretical reflection on the reception of Ibsen in China
  • Andrey Yuriev - "The revelation of things unseen": a mystery play tradition in Ibsen's realistic drama, with particular referense to Rosmersholm
  • Jette Lundbo Levy – Epilogical melancholy
  • Lis Møller on Atle Kittang's book Ibsens Horoisme power and masculinity
Ibsen Studies
Vol. II, NO. 1 – 2002
  • Jytte Wiingaard – Henrik Ibsen and Denmark: Performances of Ibsen's contemporary drama at The Royal Theatre
  • Erlinç Özdemir – A Jungian Reading of Ibsen's The Lady from the Sea
  • Tore Rem – Yet Another Honour: Ibsen and the British Scandinavian Society
  • Margherita Giordano Lokrantz – Three unpublished letters by Henrik Ibsen about the first performances of Et dukkehjem in Italy
  • Fritz Paul on Asbjørn Aarseth's book: Ibsens samtidsskuespill. En studie i glasskapets dramaturgi
  • Ulrike-Christine Sander on Kristian Smidt's book: Ibsen Translated: A Report on English Versions of Henrik
Ibsen Studies
NO. II – 2001
  • Lis Møller – Repetition, Return, and Doubling in Henrik Ibsen's Major Prose Plays
  • Mark B. Sandberg – Ibsen and the Mimetic Home of Modernity Inga
  • Inga-Stina Ewbank – Ibsen in Wonderful Copenhagen 1852
  • Helje Kringlebotn Sødal – Beautiful Butterfly, Agnes mine? A New Interpretation of Agnes in Henrik Ibsen's Brand
  • Tone Modalsli – Ibsen, Bjørnson and Bernhard Dunker, 1864–66
  • Errol Durbach on Michael Goldman's book: Ibsen: The Dramaturgy of Fear
Ibsen Studies
NO. I – 2000
  • Theoharis C. Theoharis – 'After the first death, there is no other': Ibsen's Brand and Kierkegaard's Fear and Trembling
  • Hansgerd Delbrück – Falling for the Spinx: The Heritage of the Oedipus Myth in Henrik Ibsen's The Master Builder
  • Thomas Arthur – Female Interpreters of Ibsen on Broadway, 1896 – 1947: Minnie Maddern Fiske, Alla Nazimova and Eva Le Galienne
  • Ane Hoel – The Role of Women in Henrik Ibsen's The Pretenders – An Analysis of the Forces of Destruction and Healing
  • Ibseniana Reviews Bibliography


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