Imagination and dramaturgy
I am continuously working on the cultural history of imagination and dramaturgy. Recent articles include “The ethics of imagining and the dramaturgy of spectatorship” in the recently published issue of Performing Ethos, “Ethical Dramaturgies”.
Artistic exchange and cultural mobility at the Royal Danish Theatre
With the Danish National Archives, I have secured funding for the digitization of the archive of the Royal Danish Theatre. In my new research project,
Artistic Exchanges [ArtEx]: The Royal Danish Theatre and Europe,
funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark, my team and I will be researching transnationality and artistic exchange at the theatre in the long 19th century. We will trace how artists travelled across borders in dynamic digital ‘mobility maps’ and investigate how spaces, topographies, cultures and ideas of nationalities were imagined and performed.
Pilot project: theatre archives and digital methods
In 2020-21, I am participating in the pilot project Danish theater archives in the digital era in research and teaching under DeiC (Danish e-Infrastructure Cooperation) and Royal Danish Library’s Cultural Heritage Cluster. Our case studies include Ludvig Holberg’s comedies, which we analyse as TEI encoded text files in RStudio.
Theatre and Censorship
With my colleague, Knut Ove Arntzen, I am currently finishing an article on censorship in Danish and Norwegian theatre.
I recently finished working on a cross-disciplinary anthology, Det historiske blik, on historicity and historical methodologies with Sofie Kluge and Rasmus Vangshardt. I contribute with an article on imagination and the first performance of A Doll’s House. The book was published January 2021.