Department of Culture and Global Studies
9220 Aalborg East
Phone: +45 9940 9208
VAT no: DK 29102384
1st workshop, Aalborg 23-24 March 2017: New Approaches to Literary History. The workshop will be held in the Scandinavian languages and English.
23.03.2017 kl. 09.00 - 24.03.2017 kl. 17.00
Literary studies in the Nordic countries have been witness to an explosion of new approaches with more or less pronounced historiographical implications, including gender studies and geocriticism and place studies. While these approaches have already left substantial theoretical and methodological marks on the current writing of literary histories in the Nordic countries, one can detect an emerging scholarly interest in other approaches that very likely will have a similar effect. One of the most important of these is digital humanities, but approaches such as ecocriticism and affect studies also seem very promising in a historiographical context. The workshop languages will be Scandinavian and English.
|09:00-09:30||Registration and coffee|
|09:30-10:30||Welcome. Presentation of network members|
Keynote lecture by Anne-Marie Mai including discussion: “Forsøg med litteratur-historieskrivning – fra Danske digtere i det 20. århundrede til Hvor litteraturen finder sted, Galleri 66 og Nordisk kvindelitteraturhistorie”
|13:00-14:30||Invited discussion papers on the state of art of literary history writing in the Nordic countries: Gunilla Hermansson (Sweden), Jens Lohfert Jørgensen (Denmark), Kukku Melkas (Finland)|
Invited discussion papers on various approaches to literary history: Jenny Bergen-maar (digital humanities), Per Thomas Andersen (affect theory), Lars Handesten (the sociology of literature)
|19:00-||Dinner at Restaurant Fusion, Strandvejen 4, Aalborg|
Keynote lecture by Sascha Bru including discussion: “Towards an Expanded Literary Historiography”
Group discussions of the network’s key research questions, research plans and outputs
|13:30-15:00||Invited discussion papers on specific approaches to literary history: Ståle Dingstad (book history), Anna Williams (gender studies), Sveinn Yngvi Egilsson (ecocriticism)|
Establishment of research clusters based on the network’s key research questions
Nordic Literary History Now, Department of Culture and Global Studies, AAU
Rendsburggade 14 (CREATE), room, 5.125, AAU
26.04.2017 at 09.00 AM - 04.00 PM
This PhD course on feminist methodologies addresses both those explicitly employing a poststructuralist feminist methodology, but also those simply curious about how such an approach may inform concrete fieldwork. The target group for the course includes both those about to do fieldwork and those who would like to engage in further reflection on the outcome of already accomplished fieldwork.
10.05.2017 at 09.30 AM - 03.30 PM
To mark the launch of the development project PBL & Multicultural teamwork the C-Inter research network should like to invite colleagues to a one-day seminar on May 10, 9.30-15.30, at Kroghstræde 3 (room to be announced later).
11.05.2017 at 01.00 PM - 04.00 PM
Richard Skultéty Madsen will be defending his PhD thesis entitled "What is wrong with grammar?: Danish university students’ difficulties with the acquisition of written English and theoretical grammar".