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  • Terje Leiren
    Professor Emeritus of Scandinavian Studies, Sverre Arestad Endowed Chair in Norwegian Studies


  • Gunn, Olivia N. “Leaving the Theatre of Suffering: Two Endings—and a Color-Conscious Future?—for Hedda Gabler.” Theatre Journal (Washington, D.C.), vol. 73, no. 2, 2021, pp. 189–207. Learn more
  • Toomet, Tiina.  Female Agency and Violence in Danish and Estonian Folk Ballads.  Master's Thesis, Scandinavian Languages and Literature, University of Washington, 2020. Learn more
  • Gunn, Olivia Noble. Empty Nurseries, Queer Occupants: Reproduction and the Future in Ibsen's Late Plays. Routledge, 2020. Learn more
  • Nielsen, Jan Henrik Krogh.  "People's Faces:" Levinasian Ethics in Per Olov Enquist, Villy Sørensen, and Knut Hamsun. PhD Dissertation, University of Washington, 2019. Learn more
  • Marianne T. Stecher.  Review of Hans Christian Andersen: European Witness.  By Paul Binding. Comparative Literature Studies, vol. 54, no. 4, 2016: 794 - 798. Learn more
  • Kastbjerg, Kirstine Marie. “Reading the Surface: The Danish Gothic of B.S. Ingemann, H.C. Andersen, Karen Blixen and Beyond.” University of Washington, PhD dissertation, 2014 Learn more
  • Marianne Stecher, "Modernity, Technology, and Tourism -- Hans Christian Andersen's Futuristic Tales" in More Than Just Fairy Tales, edited by Julie Allen (Cognella).  Learn more
  • Maren Anderson Johnson. "Post-national Genius: Hans Christian Andersen and Henrik Ibsen." Diss., in progress. Learn more
  • “A Scandalous Similarity? TheWild Duck and the Romantic Child” in Ibsen Studies.Issue 1, June 2013 Learn more
  • Kastbjerg, Kirstine. Reading the Surface: The Danish Gothic of B.S. Ingemann, H.C. Andersen, and Karen Blixen.  PhD Dissertation, University of Washington, 2013. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. Selected Plays of Marcus Thrane. Norwegian-American Historical Association and University of Washington Press: 2008. Learn more
  • Marianne Stecher. Danish Writers from the Reformation to Decadence. Dictionary of Literary Biography vol. 300. Detroit: Gale Group, 2004. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "Dannelse fremfor alt. Marcus Thrane: A Playwright with a Purpose." Norwegian-American Essays, 1999. Oslo and Hamar: Norwegian Emigrant Museum and Norwegian-American Historical Association, 1999. 181-192. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "Catalysts to Disunion: Sigurd Ibsen and Ringeren, 1898-1899." Scandinavian Studies (1999): 297-310. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "Becoming Norwegian: Sigurd Ibsen in America, 1886-1888." Scandinavian Studies (1996): 188-202. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "Entertainment as Propaganda: Marcus Thrane and the Chicago Fire." Scandinavian Journal of History (1990): 239-244. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "Marcus Thrane and Dagslyset." Norse Heritage - 1989 Year Book. Stavanger: Det norske utvandrersenteret, 1989. 39-51. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "Sigurd Ibsen and the Origins of National Monarchy in Norway." Scandinavian Studies (1979): 392-412. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "Norwegian Independence and British Opinion: January to August, 1814." Scandinavian Studies (1975): 364-382. Learn more