”Literary Exhibition Practices in Transformation”
University of Oslo, Thursday 20 October 2016
The research project TRAUM – Transforming Author Museums is arranging a day of open lectures on ”Literary Exhibition Practices in Transformation” at the University of Oslo on Thursday 20 October.
The lectures are open, but if you plan to attend, please inform email@example.com.
The interdisciplinary TRAUM project is a cooperation between Sogn og Fjordane University College and the University of Oslo, and is financed by the Research Council of Norway. For more information, see http://traum.hisf.no.
Morning: Eilert Sundts hus, Blindern campus: Auditorium 2
09:00-09:30 About the research project TRAUM – Transforming Author Museums
Ulrike Spring, History, Sogn og Fjordane University College
Johan Schimanski, Comparative Literature, University of Oslo
09:30-10:15 Lecture: “Literary Heritage Sites across Europe: A Tour d’Horizon”
Harald Hendrix, Director of the Royal Dutch Institute in Rome/Chair of Italian Studies, Utrecht University
10:15-11:00 Lecture: “Writer’s House Museums Considered as a Genre, Past, Present and Future”
Nicola Watson, Professor of English Literature, Open University
11:30-12:15 Lecture: “From Biographical Exhibition Towards a Phenomenological Architecture and Innovative Experience Design: The Case of Hamsunsenteret, Hamarøy”
Bodil Børseth, Director of The Knut Hamsun Centre/Assistant Professor, Nord University
Afternoon: Eilert Sundts hus, Blindern campus: Auditorium 6
13:15-14:00 Lecture: “Writing Curators? When Authors Make Museums”
Werner Hanak-Lettner, Head Curator, Jewish Museum Vienna
14:30-15:15 Lecture: “Authorship and Memory: Ibsen”
Narve Fulsås, Professor of History, UiT The Arctic University of Norway