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Acta Ibseniana - innhold

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XII: Ibsen Between Cultures (2016)

  • Editors' Preface (Helland & Holledge)
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Introduction: Ibsen Between Cultures (Frode Helland)
  1. Julie Holledge: The Ibsen-Labs Experiment: Five Rehearsal Rooms in Search of The Lady from the Sea
  2. Kwok-kan Tam: A Doll's House and the Politics of Staging Women in China
  3. Sun Jian: Ibsen and Peking Women's High Normal University
  4. Chengzhou He: Cross-dressing Ibsen on the Contemporary Chinese Stage: Yue Opera Adaptations of Hedda Gabler and The Lady from the Sea
  5. Liyang Xia: Heart Higher than the Sky: Reinventing Chinese Femininity through Ibsen's Hedda Gabler
  6. Kamaluddin Nilu: Intercultural Theatre Practice: Colonial Legacy and the Physical Displacement, Negotiation and Reception of Ibsen's Plays in Bangladesh
  7. Tapati Gupta: Contemporising Ibsen in Bengal: Identity, Modernity, Culture as Represented in Bengali Adaptations of An Enemy of the People, A Doll's House, The Master Builder and When We Dead Awaken
  8. Krishna Sen: Ibsen in the Tropics: A Binglish Tradaptation of An Enemy of the People
  9. Ahmed Ahsanuzzaman: Translation as Intervention: Sambhu Mitra's Translations of the Key Scenes in Putul Khela (A Doll's House)
  10. Astrid M. Sæther: Coming Home: Peer Gynt in its Native Setting. On the Annual Peer Gynt Performance at Lake Gålå, Gudbrandsdalen
  11. Sabiha Huq: Nationalism under "det ydre forrevne Lag": Peer Gynt at Gålå
  12. Jon Nygaard: Peer Gynt Performed between Cultures

XI: Ibsen's Peer Gynt And the Production of Meaning (2014)

  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction: The Norwegian Reception of Peer Gynt
  • Chapter 1: Philosophizing Peer Gynt
  • Chapter 2: (De)Constructing a "National Drama": From Peer Gynt (1867) to Peer Gynt (1876)
  • Chapter 3: Rewriting Peer Gynt
  • Chapter 4: Emplacing Peer Gynt, Peer Gynt, and Per Gynt
  • Chapter 5: Mediating Peer Gynt
  • Conclusion: Cracking the Peer Gynt Code

X: Biografisk leksikon til Ibsens brev - med tidstavle (2013)

  • Narve Fulsås: Innledning
  • Narve Fulsås: Omtalte personer og brevmottagere
  • Ståle Dingstad, Narve Fulsås og Aina Nøding: Brevmottagere: institusjoner, organisasjoner, bedrifter
  • Ståle Dingstad og Aina Nøding: Tidstavle 1828-1906

IX: Den smilende Ibsen (2013)

  • Innledning
  • Mot en historisk tekstkritikk
  • Kapittel I
  • Kilder til Ibsen
  • Kapittel II
  • Aviser, teaterarbeid og Holbergs komedier
  • Kapittel III
  • Ibsens svigermor og de gode hjelperne
  • Kapittel IV
  • Ibsen og det moderne gjennombrudd
  • Kapittel V
  • Den smilende Ibsen
  • Etterord - eller ti teser istedenfor en konklusjon

VIII: "Af stort est du kommen". Henrik Ibsen og Skien (2013)

  • Innledning
  • Utgangspunkt
  • Teori, metode og kilder
  • Stedet
  • De naturgitte forutsetningene
  • Skien - handelsplassen mellom vannveiene i Telemark - og vannveiene utenfor
  • Reformasjonen åpnet for den industrielle "revolusjonen" i Skien
  • Embetskjøpmennene - og etableringen av den multikulturelle patrisierklassen under eneveldet
  • Aktørene
  • Henrik Ibsens slekt har i generasjoner etter generasjoner vært som en eneste stor familie
  • Kapital, koverteringsstrategier, felt og habitus
  • "Det modernes drama"
  • Patrisierklassens sammenbrudd - en hel samfunnsorden gikk i graven
  • Dobbeltblikket

    VII: Ibsen and the Modern Self (2010)

    • Foreword: Frode Helland
    • Acknowledgements: Terry Siu-han Yip and Kowk-kan Tam
    • Introduction: Kowk-kan Tam
    • Kristin Gjesdal: Self-knowledge and aesthetic consciousness in Ibsen and Hegel
    • Asbjørn Aarseth: The Gyntian self
    • Knut Brynhildsvoll: The concept of «I» in Henrik Ibsen's Peer Gynt
    • Astrid Sather: Reflections on the relationship between Ibsen's character Peer Gynt and Edvard Munch's perception of the self 
    • Ewa Partyga: Narrative identity and a question of character in Ibsen's Rosmersholm
    • Kwok-kan Tam: The dialogic self in A Doll's House and The Wild Duck
    • Terry Siu-han Yip: The emergence of androgynous women in A Doll's House and The Lady from the Sea 
    • Xie Qun: Carp, the mermaid and the female self: Ethical thinking of gender norms in The Lady from the Sea 
    • H. K. Riikonen: The notion of moderation and Ibsen's criticism of the average man
    • Mike Ingham: Staging the epic self: Theatricality, philosophy and personality in Brand and Peer Gynt 
    • Lisa L. M. Wong: Emotions and the modern self in Ibsen's poetry
    • Xie Lanlan: Danse Macabre: John Gabriel Borkman's self in eco-critical perspective
    • Liu Yan: The child's deformity and the mother's role – A study of femaleidentity in Henrik Ibsen's Little Eyolf
    • Julie Holledge: Seeing Nora in your mirror: The role of theatrical characters in the playing of self 
    • Camilla Chun-pai Hsieh: Control, surrender and self-transcendence: Notes on Shakespeare's The Tempest and Ibsen's The Master Builder
    • Jasminka Markovska: Portrayal of the modern self in When We Dead Awaken
    • Andrew Parkin: Ibsen in Dublin: A Nordic contribution to Irish modernity
    • Lin Wei-yu: Master in reflection: An analysis of Lin Zhaohua's The Master Builder
    • Jessica Tsui Yan Li: Ibsen's Nora re-presented: Female body and identities in China Doll
    • Mitsuya Mori: Self and non-self: A Japanese view on Brand and Peer Gynt

    VI: Den biografiske Ibsen (2010)

    Del 1

    • Birgitte Possing: Om kunsten at skrive biografi om Ibsen
    • Narve Fulsås: Kva for ein Ibsen?

    Del 2

    • Jon Nygaard: Ibsens selvbiografiske fragmenter
    • Ståle Dingstad: Mytene etableres
    • Jørgen Haave: Myter om Ibsens barndom
    • Jens-Morten Hanssen: Fortelleren i fire Ibsen-biografier
    • Astrid Sæther: Fire biografiske blikk på Ibsens fire prinsesser
    • Knut Brynhildsvoll: Den verkbaserte Ibsen-fortellingen
    • Anne Marie Rekdal: Ibsen-biografien i skolen

    Del 3

    • Peter Larsen: Et liv i bilder
    • Erik Henning Edvardsen: Freidige streker
    • Atle Kittang: Ein diktar blir til

    V: The Living Ibsen (2007)

    • Preface
    1. Ibsen as World Literature. Sources, Translation, Comparison
    2. Ibsen and Modernity. Ideology, Power, Satire, Morality
    3. Religion, Philosophy, Psychology
    4. Women, Gender, Marriage
    5. Ibsen on Stage

    IV: Ibsen Reception in Poland and the Baltic Nations (2006)

    • Foreword  
    • Introduction
    • Piret  Kruuspere: The Reception of Henrik Ibsens' Dramaturgy in Estonian Theatre
    • Benedikts Kalnacs: Henrik Ibsen in Baltic Culture at the End of the 19th Century and the Beginning of the 20th  
    • Maija Burima: Henrik Ibsen in the Latvian Literary Criticism of the Turn of the Century (1889-1910)  
    • Viktors Hausmanis: Ibsen's Brand and Peer Gynt in Latvian Theatre   
    • Valda Cakare: The Real World and Its Symbolic Projection in Latvian Theatre Productions of Ibsen's Plays at the Turn of the 20th and 21st Centuries  
    • Ieva Kalnina: Henrik Ibsen's Traditions in Latvian Drama  
    • Audrone Girdzijauskaite: Lithuanian Theatre in the Mirror of Ibsen   
    • Silvestras Gaiziunas: Henrik Ibsen and the Lithuanian Literature of the First Half of the 20th Century  
    • Maria Podraza-Kwiatkowska: Ibsenian "Truth" in the Literature of Young Poland (1890-1918)  
    • Maria Klanska: Symbolical or Symbolic. Ibsen's Translations into Polish: the Example of A Doll's House and Literary Criticism of his Works in Poland  
    • Maria Wosiek: Karol Adwentowicz in Ibsen's Plays  
    • Aleksandra Sawicka: Henrik Ibsen's Presence in Polish Cultural Periodicals in the Period 1875-1906  
    • Barbara Osterloff: A Poet, Ethicist, and a Moralist. Henrik Ibsen's Dramas in Polish Theatre after 1989 

    III: Ibsen and Russian Culture (2003)

    • Foreword  
    • Introduction  
    • Knut Ove Arntzen, Bergen  
    • The Revolutionary Avant-Garde: What drama?  
    • Live Hov, Copenhagen ”...and the soul and body of Stockmann-Stanislavsky became one organically”. Ibsen´s role in the development of method acting   
    • Maria Deppermann, Innsbruck  
    • Modern Theatre in Russia around 1900: A Context for the Reception of Ibsen’s Drama  
    • Matthias Sträßner Count Moritz Prozor – a Russian diplomat in the service of Ibsen and Nietzsche   
    • Alla Gracheva Henrik Ibsen and Russian decadence   
    • Tatiana K. Shahk-Azizowa The Theater of Ibsen: Problems of the 21st Century  
    • Margarita Odesskaya Hedda Gabler: Life in Time  
    • Vladimir Kataev  
    • Ibsen and Chekhov: Discovery and Tragedy   
    • The Ibsen Conference in St Petersburg 2003 

    II: Ibsen, Tragedy and the Tragic (2003)

    • Foreword
    • Astrid Sæther, Introduction: Ibsen, tragedy and the tragic
    • Panos Karagiorgos, The earliest Greek appraisal of Ibsen by the poet Georgios Vizvinos
    • Astrid Sæther, Ibsen and his relationship to Greek antiquity
    • Yorgis Yatromanolakis, Aristotle on Ibsen!
    • Anne-Marie Stanton-Ife, Aristotle, Ibsen and the secularisation of tragedy
    • Helge Rønning, Ibsen and "Modern Tragedy". Raymond Williams revisited
    • Vigdis Ystad, Aesthetics or ethics? Ibsen in the European tradition of tragedy
    • Live Hov, The strong and the savage, the worried and the weak – Predecessors of Ibsen's women in Greek tragedy
    • Knut Brynhildsvoll, Ibsen's Pretenders and Schiller's Demetrius fragment. Similarities and differences regarding the concept of historic tragedy
    • Jørgen Dines Johansen, The Wild Duck: A play about language and understanding
    • Asbjørn Aarseth, Ibsen's two most tragic dramas
    • Atle Kittang, Some observations on the problem of guilt in Rosmersholm
    • Pirkko Koski, Hedda Gabler and the tragic
    • Roland Lysell, Reversal and discovery in Ibsen's When We Dead Awaken
    • Sven Åke Heed, Comedy in Ibsen's contemporary plays: Ghost
    • Iakovos Kambanellis, Ibsen – my first teacher

    I: Ibsen and the Arts (2002)

    • Foreword
    • HM king Harald V, Speech at the opening of the International Ibsen conference "Ibsen and the arts: Painting – Sculpture – Arcihtecture" at the Norwegian institute in Rome on 24 October 2001
    • Astrid Sæther, Introduction. Ibsen and the Arts: Painting – Sculpture – Architecture
    • Lucio Villari, The Roman question
    • Helge Rønning, Henrik Ibsen and Italian 19th century liberalism
    • Roberto Alonge, Italy in Ibsen's dramatic work
    • Giovanni Antonucci, The artistic rediscovery of Rome
    • Mai Britt Guleng, Lorentz Dietrichson – Ibsen's Roman Cicerone
    • Erik Østerud, In Pandora's jar: Ibsen's Master Builder in between antiquity and modernity
    • Lars Roar Langslet, Ibsen and Munch
    • Laura Caretti, Ibsen and Raphael
    • Asbjørn Aarseth, Effects of Ibsen's encounter with classical art – with particular reference to Peer Gynt
    • Karin Sanders, Things. Archaeology as perspective and metaphor in Ibsen
    • Jørgen Strender Clausen, The living dead and existentional onions
    • Franco Perelli, Some more notes about Nora's tarantella
    • Jørgen Dines Johansen, Mimetic and diegetic space in Ibsen's late plays
    • Peter Madsen, The destruction of Rome
    • Paolo Puppa, Light and shadow: Italian influences on Ibsen's dramas
    • Knut Brynhildsvoll, Invisibility in Ibsen's plays
    • Appendix I – Appendix III

     

    Publisert 8. juni 2010 09:35 - Sist endret 24. mars 2017 10:18