Ruth Schor

Ruth Schor

Ruth Schor

Theatre and performance
modern drama
cultural history, modernism

Current Projects: 

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.

Curriculum Vitae: 

Education
  • 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 

Academic Appointments

  • Jan 2017 - present Associate Professor - The Centre for Ibsen Studies, University of Oslo
  • 2012 – 2015 Lecturer in Germanic Studies - University of Oxford