Theatre and performance, modern drama, cultural history, modernism
My research primarily focuses on the significance of Henrik Ibsen’s work for the development of an avant-garde theatre-going culture in Europe. Hence, my current project traces the engagement with Ibsen’s work throughout the cultural spheres of late nineteenth-century Berlin and beyond. My aim is to demonstrate the significance of theatre-going and theatre criticism for the development of modern thought and illustrate the diversity of cultural developments within those hidden spheres of cultural exchange.
2016 DPhil (PhD) in Medieval and Modern Languages - University of Oxford.
2010 MA in Text and Performance Studies - King’s College London and Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
2007 MA in Contemporary European Studies: Politics, Policy and Society - University of Bath, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Sciences Po Paris
- Jan 2017 - present Associate Professor - The Centre for Ibsen Studies, University of Oslo
- 2012 – 2015 Lecturer in Germanic Studies - University of Oxford