Nordic Research Network

About the network

The Nordic 19th Century Research Network is a new cross-disciplinary initiative founded with a view to make the 19th century relevant today and bring together Nordic researchers from various academic fields and institutions. The initiative is the result of dialogue meetings with Nordic researchers in the autumn of 2016.

The Nordic network primarily consists of participants from Norwegian, Swedish and Danish universities and museums, but we also have participants from the UK, Germany, the Netherlands etc. We are now seeking to include researchers from the other Nordic countries as well.

The network’s participants share knowledge about research interests and projects through the website and newsletters. The network meets at an annual seminar held in different Nordic countries by turn. The first seminar is scheduled to be held in Denmark at Schäffergaarden near Copenhagen 4-5 December 2017.

The Nordic network is open to anyone with an interest in research into the 19th century. Network events are conducted in the Nordic languages.

Participants

Norge / Norway

  • Ann Falahat, Nordic Agent for AXA ART Insurance
  • Anne Eriksen professor i kulturhistorie, IKOS, Universitetet i Oslo
  • Bård Frydenlund, direktør, Eidsvoll
  • Bjørn Anders Frederiksen, Enhedschef Park, NMBU
  • Bjørn Arne Steine, seniorrådgiver, Stortinget
  • Bente Larsen, professor i kunsthistorie, Universitetet i Oslo
  • Ellen Lerberg, seniorkurator, Nationalmuseet i Oslo
  • Ellen Rees, professor v. Institut for lingvistiske og nordiske studier, prodekan for forskning, Universitetet i Oslo
  • Erik Mørstad, professor i kunsthistorie, Universitetet i Oslo
  • Espen Stedje, generalsekretær i Foreningen Norden
  • Frode Haverkamp, tidl. seniorinspektør, Nationalgalleriet, Oslo
  • Frode Helland, professor, leder af Ibsen Centret, Oslo
  • Harald Herresthal, tidl. professor i musik v. Norges Musikhøjskole (NMH)
  • Hilde Sandvik, professor i historie, Universitetet i Oslo
  • Ingeborg Lonning, sektionschej v. De Kongelige Samlinger.
  • John Peter Collett, professor i historie, Universitetet i Oslo
  • Kjartan Hauglid, kunsthistoriker, De kongelige Samlinger, Slottet, Oslo
  • Knut Ljøgodt, museumsdirektør, Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum
  • Knut Ormhaug, samlingsleder, KODE Muserne i Bergen
  • Kristian Nymark, PhD fellow, Høgskolen i Sørøst-Norge
  • Mai Britt Guleng, museumsinspektør, Nationalmuseet, Oslo
  • Mari Hvattum, professor i arkitekturhistorie, Arkitektur- og designhøgskolen i Oslo
  • Marit Lange, tidl. Seniorinspektør, Nationalmuseet i Oslo
  • Marit Werenskiold, professor emeritus i kunsthistorie, Universitetet i Oslo
  • Marthe Hommerstad, forskningsrådgiver, stortingsarkiv, Stortinget
  • Mattias Bäckström, postdoc, Centre for Museum Studies, University of Oslo
  • Merethe Roos, Professor in history, Høgskolen Sør-Øst Norge
  • Morten Nordhagen Ottosen, PhD in history, Associate professor, Norwegian Military Academy
  • Morten Øveraas, PhD Fellow, Department of Cultural Studies and Languages, University of Stavanger 
  • Møyfrid Tveit, kurator, Nationalmuseet i Oslo
  • Nicolai Strøm-Olsen, redaktør KUNSTforum
  • Nina Høye, museumsinspektør, Det Kongelige Hof
  • Pål Sagen, Kunstantikvariat PAMA i Oslo, kunstsamler
  • Pål Thonstad Sandvik, professor i historie, NTNU
  • Peter Fjågesund, professor i britisk litteratur og kultur, Telemarkens høgskole
  • Roald Berg, professor ved Institut for kultur- og sprogvidenskab, Universitetet i Stavanger
  • Ruth Solveig Hemstad, Førsteamanuensis, Historie, Universitetet i Oslo
  • Tone Selboe, professor i litteraturvidenskab, Universitetet i Oslo
  • Tor Ivar Hansen, ph.d. stipendiat, Institut for historiske studier, NTNU, Trondheim
  • Vibeke Waallann Hansen, kurator, Nationalmuseet i Oslo
  • Øivind Storm Bjerke, professor i kunsthistorie, Universitetet i Oslo
  • Øystein Sjåstad, førsteamanuensis, Kunsthistorie, Universitetet i Oslo
  • Øystein Ustvedt, museumsinspektør, Nationalgalleriet i Oslo

Danmark / Denmark

Sverige / Sweden

Finland, Germany, The Netherlands, USA, UK