Members of CERCOP

Peter Stein Larsen

Peter Stein Larsen (born 1959), DPhil, PhD, and professor at Department of Culture and Global Studies, Aalborg University. Leader of the research project Contemporary Poetry between Genres, Art Forms, and Media. Leader of the research group Interdisciplinary Research Group in Culture. Literature reviewer at Kristeligt Dagblad. Books: A Poetics of the Night Sky: Studies in Modern Scandinavian Poetry (2011), Dreams and Dialogues. Two Poetic Traditions around the Year 2000 (2009), Modernist Outsiders (1998), and Crystal of the Poem (1997). Anthologies: Culture Traffic. Aesthetic Expressions in a global World (2011), Interactions. On the Productive Collisions between the Art Forms (2009), Place (2008), Literary Metamorphoses (2005), and History of Modernism (2003)

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Ole Karlsen

Ole Karlsen (born 1954) dr. art., professor of Scandinavian Literature at Hedmark University College. He has written articles on various literary subjects and is the editor of books on Norwegian postwar poets (Rolf Jacobsen, Olav H. Hauge, Gunvor Hofmo, Halldis Moren Vesaas, Hans Børli, Paal Brekke, Stein Mehren, Eldrid Lunden, Paal-Helge Haugen, Jan Erik Vold, Einar Økland, Tor Ulven). Has also written Fansmakt og bergsval dom. En studie i Olav H. Hauges romantiske metapoesi (2000, doctoral dissertation)), Ekfrasen i moderne norsk lyrikk (2003) and Streiflys. Om norsk og nordisk lyrikk (2006). Lately, he has edited Volds linjer (2011), Nordisk samtidspoesi. Særlig Jo Eggens forfatterskap (2012), and Nordisk samtidspoesi. Særlig forholdet mellom lyrikk og musikk (2013) and anthologies of poetry like Klokka seks dansar sola på Vallsetåsen. Harald Hamre/Rolv Thesen i utvalg ved Ole Karlsen (2011) and Poesi og bildekunst (2012).

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Stefan Kjerkegaard

Stefan Kjerkegaard (born 1973). Associate professor at the Department of Aesthetics and Communication, Aarhus University. He has written numerous books and articles in Danish on contemporary Scandinavian literature and has co-edited volumes on topics such as poetry, literary theory, didactics of literature and narratology. Among these are: Selvskreven om litterær selvfremstilling (2006), Vidnesbyrd. Danske fortællinger fra tyske koncentrationslejre (2008), Hørbylundemanden. Introduktion til Per Højholts forfatterskab (2009), Musikken, verset, poesien: Tekster af og om Stéphane Mallarme (2010), Fiktionalitet på tværs af medier (2013), Diktet utenfor diktsamlingen. (2013). 

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Peter Dayan

Peter Dayan (born 1958), DPhil, is Obel Visiting Professor in the Department of Culture and Global Studies, Aalborg University, and Professor of Word and Music Studies at the University of Edinburgh. His first research field was French literature in the 19th century. Recently, he has been working on the relationship between music, poetry, and visual art in the 20th century, especially in the Dada movement. His latest book is Art as Music, Music as Poetry, Poetry as Art (2011); since then, he has written articles on Mallarmé and ecopoetics, words in the music of Jean-Claude Risset, the history of Wagnerism in French poetry and in Dadaism, and the “Chat noir” cabaret in Montmartre, amongst others.

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Louise Mønster

Louise Mønster (born 1972) PhD and associate professor at the Department of Culture and Global Studies, Aalborg University. Books: Mødesteder. Om Tomas Tranströmers og Henrik Nordbrandts poesi (2013) and Nedbrydningens opbyggelighed. Litterære historier i det 20. århundredes nordiske modernistiske lyrik (2009). Co-editor of Spøgelser (2012), Kulturtrafik (2011), Passage 63. Dansk litteratur i 00’erne (2010), Passage 69. Lyrik på tværs (2013) and Stedet (2008). Editor of Passage - Journal of Literature and Criticism.

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Hans Kristian S. Rustad

Hans Kristian S. Rustad (born 1973) is associate professor at Hedmark University College. He is teaching and doing research in the field of contemporary poetry, literature and media, and digital fiction. His publications include the book Digital litteratur (2012), the editing volums Analysing Digital Fiction (2014) and “der vårgras brydder”. Nye lesninger av Åsmund Sveens diktning (2010), and resent articles: «Lyd i digital poesi. Kropp og gestus i I mellom tiden» (2013), and «Digital poesi og materialitet» (2013). He is now conducting research on a project about Scandinavian poetry and photography.

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Birgitte Stougaard Pedersen

Birgitte Stougaard Pedersen (born 1970) PhD and associate professor at the Department of Aesthetics and Communication, Aarhus University. She has written on rhythm, the voice, aesthetics and meaning theory in the interrelationship between literature and music. Between 2006 and 2009 BSP worked on Danish rap music as part of the research project Rhythm, groove and gesture in Danish hip hop, between the local and the global. Among her publications is Lyd, litteratur og musik: Gestus i kunstoplevelsen (2008), she has co-edited Hiphop i Skandinavien (2008) and Off Beat - Pluralizing Rhythm (2013). Currently she is working on a research project concerning the digital renaissance of the audiobook, called "The Digital Audiobook ñ New Medium, New Users, New Literary Experiences?" She is one of the founding editors of the online journal SoundEffects - Interdisciplinary Journal of Sound and Sound Experience. As a singer, she has worked with groups that include the professional vocal ensemble Musica Ficta.

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Jakob Schweppenhäuser

Jakob Schweppenhäuser (f. 1983), ph.d. fra Aarhus Universitet, postdoc ved Aalborg Universitet. Har bl.a. skrevet artikler om forskellige former for mundtlig poesi: sangtekster, rap, salmedigtning og digtoplæsning. Interesserer sig især for forholdet mellem mundtlighed og skriftlighed og mellem sprog og musik.

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Dan Ringgaard

Dan Ringgaard (born 1963) DPhil and associate professor at the Department of Aesthetics and Communication, Aarhus University. Books: Collected Poems by Emil Aarestrup (1998), Poetic Leacages. The Poems, Travel Books and Eassays of Sophus Claussen (2000), Poetry and Rhythm (2002), Nordbrandt (2005), Sense of Place (2010), Chair Games. The Worlds of Jørgen Leth (2012); Anthologies on Giorgio Agamben, World Literature and Place Theory; textsbooks in Literary analysis and Danish literary history. Currently editor of one of four volumes of A Comparative History of Nordic Literary Cultures, under the aegis of ICLA. Current fields of research are poetry, place studies, processes of creation, literature and climate and the post literary.

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Rikke Andersen Kraglund

Rikke Andersen Kraglund (born 1973) is assistant professor at the Department of Aesthetics and Communication, Aarhus University. She has published articles in Danish on subjects such as intertextuality, intermediality and literary composition. She wrote her thesis on references in the works of the Norwegian author Jan Kjærstad. In English she authored an article on the oddness of Genette’s voice in the anthology Strange Voices (Narratologia 2011) and she has co-edited the anthology Why Study Literature? (2011). She is active in a number of networks, including the Unnatural Narratology, the Narrative Research Lab and Centre for Fictionality Studies.

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Rasmus Dahl Vest

Rasmus Dahl Vest (born 1988) is working on a PhD-thesis titled Poetry IRL – contemporary poetry’s role and place in the digital age. In this thesis he proposes that contemporary poetry has become part of the trans-media distribution of language, which constitutes the digital age’s social sphere. To understand the consequences of this delocalization, the thesis strives to answer the following questions: What happens to poetry, when it is dragged into “real” life (IRL), what happens to poetry, when life is partly lived through media interfaces and what happens to the relationship between poetry and politics, when poetry is delocalized? Rasmus Dahl Vest’s research interests are: postproduction, remediation, the relationship between the private|personal and the public|common and the relationship between poetry, place and politics.

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