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MONOGRAPHS

  • Reframing Yeats: Genre, Allusion and History (Bloomsbury, 2013)
  • Figures of Memory: Poetry, Space and the Past (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009)
  • Romantic Organicism: From Idealist Origins to Ambivalent Afterlife (Palgrave Macmillan, 2003)

BOOKS EDITED

  • The Legacy of the Good Friday Agreement: Northern Irish Politics, Culture and Art after 1998 (ed. with David Herbert og Jan Erik Mustad; Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)
  • The Crossings of Art in Ireland (ed. with Ruben Moi and Brynhildur Boyce; Peter Lang, 2014)
  • Crisis and Contemporary Poetry (ed. with Anne Karhio og Sean Crosson; Palgrave Macmillan, 2011)
  • Postcolonial Dislocations: Travel, History, and the Ironies of Narrative (ed. with Øyunn Hestetun; Novus, 2006)

TRANSLATION

  • Paul Farley, 11 Dikt om Liverpool (Flamme forlag, 2010)

POSITIONS, DISTINCTIONS, Etc.

  • President of Nordic Association of English Studies
  • Vice-president of the International Yeats Society
  • Board member of the Nordic Irish Studies Network (chair 2010-2014)
  • Treasurer and board member of the Norwegian Society for English Studies
  • Member of the Norwegian national council for English
  • Board member of the Norwegian Researcher Training School in the Humanities, Text, Image, Sound and Space (TBLR)
  • Member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Romantik: Journal for the Study of Romanticisms, the Editorial Board of Nordic Irish Studies, and the International Editorial Board for the Yeats Journal of Korea
  • Visiting Fellow at Wolfson College, Cambridge
  • Invited lecturer at W. B. Yeats International Summer School 2005, 2011, 2014 and 2018
  • Member of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters and the Agder Academy of Sciences and Letters

Academic interests

W. B. Yeats, Irish literature, English poetry from Romanticism to the Present, Literary theory, Trauma theory.

Projects

Agder Irish Network: http://www.uia.no/forskning/humaniora-og-pedagogikk/agder-irish-network-aine

Trauma Fictions in Contemporary Culture: 

http://www.uia.no/forskning/humaniora-og-pedagogikk/trauma-fictions-in-contemporary-culture

Scientific publications

  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2019). Harold Bloom og innflytelsesangsten. Innganger til en begrepslabyrint. Agora : Journal for metafysisk spekulasjon. ISSN: 0800-7136. (2). s 33 - 55.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2019). Translation and Tragic Error: Culture, Conflict and Northern Irish Translations of Sophocles' Antigone. Speaking Like a Spanish Cow: Cultural Errors in Translation. ISBN: 9783838212562. Ibidem-Verlag. 12. s 251 - 268.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2019). Trauma in Michael Longley’s War Poetry of the Troubles. Partial Answers. ISSN: 1565-3668. 17 (2). s 349 - 362. doi:10.1353/pan.2019.0021.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2018). "Some Ovid of the Films": W. B. Yeats, Mass Media, and the Future of Poetry in the 1930s. International Yeats Studies. ISSN: 2475-9627. 3 (1). s 49 - 63. doi:https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1062&context=iys.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2018). 'George Mitchell's Peace': The Good Friday Agreement in Colum McCann's novel TransAtlantic. The Legacy of the Good Friday Agreement Northern Irish Politics, Culture and Art after 1998. ISBN: 978-3-319-91231-8. Palgrave Macmillan. 4. s 57 - 71.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2018). Life Writing and Life-Forms. Hagiography in Ciaran Carson’s Shamrock Tea. Hagiographic Adaptations. ISBN: 978-88-3315-115-1. Fabrizio Serra Editore. 7. s 123 - 135.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2018). Poetic Industry: The Modernity of the Rhyming Weavers. Review of Irish Studies in Europe. ISSN: 2398-7685. 2 (1). s 139 - 148.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2018). The Spirit of Transformation: W. B. Yeats, Leo Africanus, and the Mediterranean. Multiple Mediterranean. Myths, Utopias and Real-Life Experiences. ISBN: 978-88-3315-034-5. Fabrizio Serra Editore. 7. s 109 - 125.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2018). Violent Measures: Representation, Regulation, and the Shankill Butchers. Mauern, Grenzen, Zonen: Geteilte Städte in Literatur und Film. ISBN: 978-3-8253-7698-7. Universitätsverlag Winter. 6. s 59 - 69.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2018). W. B. Yeats's "The Second Coming": Event, Text, Avant-Textes. Han'gug Ye'iceu Jeoneol. ISSN: 1226-4946. 55s 35 - 54. doi:10.14354/yjk.2018.55.35.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2017). "Jeg er en hugget gren": Fra tap til fravær i Ellen Einans forfatterskap. Lidelsens estetikk: Sår, sorg og smerte i litteratur, film og medier. ISBN: 9788290359954. Alvheim og Eide akademisk forlag. 2. s 27 - 52.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2017). Holbergprisen. Agder Vitenskapsakademi - Årbok 2016. ISBN: 978-82-8314-153-5. Portal forlag. 44. s 285 - 291.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2016). "Born Anew”: W. B. Yeats’s “Eastern” Turn in the 1930s. Yeats, Philosophy, and the Occult. ISBN: 978-1-942954-25-5. Clemson University Digital Press. 3. s 83 - 106.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2016). "Easter,1916" and Trauma. International Yeats Studies. ISSN: 2475-9627. 1 (1). s 60 - 65.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2016). Stephen Greenblatt, Shylock og kulturell differanse. Prosopopeia. ISSN: 0804-8592. 24 (2-3). s 74 - 80.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2016). The Elusive Generation: Yeats's Troubled Allegiance to the 1890s. Han'gug Ye'iceu Jeoneol. ISSN: 1226-4946. 51s 41 - 59. doi:10.14354/yjk.2016.51.41.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2016). The Excess of Autobiography: Texts, Paratexts, Contexts. University of Rijeka Scientific Colloquium 2014/2015. ISBN: 9789536953417. University of Rijeka. 1. s 9 - 29.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2015). An "Experiment in Living": Bohemianism and Homelessness in W. B. Yeats's AUTOBIOGRAPHIES. The Leaving of Ireland: Migration and Belonging in Irish Literature and Film. ISBN: 9783034318969. Peter Lang Publishing Group. 15. s 273 - 292.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2015). Henrik Wergeland's Bouquet: Fredrika Bremer, Sentimentality and Nationalism in Jan van Huysum's Flower Piece. European Romantic Review. ISSN: 1050-9585. 26 (4). s 475 - 488. doi:10.1080/10509585.2015.1050827.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2015). W. B. Yeats as Translator: Form, Function, and Fidelity in the Two Sophoclean Plays. Han'gug Ye'iceu Jeoneol. ISSN: 1226-4946. 46s 35 - 54.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2014). "Imagining a Man": Reinvention of Self and Reader in Yeats's "The Fisherman". Han'gug Ye'iceu Jeoneol. ISSN: 1226-4946. 45s 71 - 82.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2014). Hospitality and Hauteur: Tourism, Cross-Cultural Space, and Ethics in Irish Poetry. Literary visions of multicultural Ireland : the immigrant in contemporary Irish literature. ISBN: 978-0-7190-8928-2. Manchester University Press. 14. s 201 - 213.
  • Moi, Ruben; Boyce, Brynhildur; Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2014). Introduction. The Crossings of Art in Ireland. ISBN: 978-3-0343-0983-7. Peter Lang Publishing Group. 1. s 1 - 22.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2014). Proud and Wayward: W. B. Yeats, Aesthetic Engagement and the Hugh Lane Pictures. The Crossings of Art in Ireland. ISBN: 978-3-0343-0983-7. Peter Lang Publishing Group. 8. s 129 - 144.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2014). Pub, Parlour, Theatre: Radio in the Imagination of W. B. Yeats. Broadcasting in the Modernist Era. ISBN: 9781472512482. Bloomsbury Academic. 1. s 23 - 37.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2014). The "intimate enemies": Edward Dowden, W. B. Yeats and the Formation of Character. Nordic Journal of English Studies (NJES). ISSN: 1654-6970. 13 (2). s 23 - 42.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2013). City of change and challenge : Liverpool in Paul Farley's poetry. Poetry & geography : space and place in post-war poetry. ISBN: 978-184-631-8641. Liverpool University Press. 1. s 21 - 32.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2013). Recognition and Dissimulation: Nationalism and Genre in James Clarence Mangan's "The Lovely Land". Romantik: Journal for the Study of Romanticisms. ISSN: 2245-599X. (2). s 55 - 74.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2012). "Never some easy flashback": Wordsworth, Memory, and Metaphor in Paul Farley's "Thorns". American, British and Canadian Studies Journal. ISSN: 1841-1487. 19s 6 - 26.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2012). Ancient Frames: Classical Philosophy in Yeats's A VISION. W. B. Yeats's A VISION: Explications and Contexts. ISBN: 978-0-9835339-2-4. Clemson University Digital Press. 4. s 90 - 102.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2012). Ghost Memories: Yeats on Individual and Collective Pasts. NIS: Nordic Irish Studies. ISSN: 1602-124X. 11 (1). s 175 - 184.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2012). The Monstrosity of Form: Pattern in the Yeatsian Lyric. Han'gug Ye'iceu Jeoneol. ISSN: 1226-4946. 37s 61 - 72.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2012). Why Phaedrus? Plato in Virginia Woolf's novel Jacob's room :. Nordic Journal of English Studies (NJES). ISSN: 1654-6970. 11 (1). s 108 - 125.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2011). Drinking Tea, Drawing Ideograms and Making Waves: Pursuing the ‘Japanese Effect’ in Irish Poetry. Beyond Ireland: Encounters across Cultures. ISBN: 9783034302708. Peter Lang Publishing Group. 1. s 11 - 30.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2011). Future pasts: memory and technology in science fiction film. The human and its limits : explorations in science, literature and the visual arts. ISBN: 978-82-304-0067-8. Spartacus. 13. s 307 - 322.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan; Karhio, Anne; Crosson, Sean (2011). Introduction. Crisis and Contemporary Poetry. ISBN: 978-0-230-24724-6. Palgrave Macmillan. Innledning. s 1 - 16.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2011). The Mundane and the Monstrous: Everyday Epiphanies in Northern Irish Poetry. Crisis and Contemporary Poetry. ISBN: 978-0-230-24724-6. Palgrave Macmillan. 7. s 114 - 127.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2010). A Master’s Monument: Shakespeare’s Sonnets in the Poetry of W. B. Yeats. Early Modern Culture Online. ISSN: 1892-0888. 1s 21 - 34.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2010). Ecopoetry's Quandary. The Art of discovery : encounters in literature and science. ISBN: 978-87-7934-501-0. Aarhus Universitetsforlag. 9. s 233 - 243.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2010). Out of the museum: MacNeice and the confines of aesthetic space. NIS: Nordic Irish Studies. ISSN: 1602-124X. 8(2009)s 29 - 41.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2009). Commemoration and Commodification: Wordsworth in Geoffrey Hill’s "Elegiac Stanzas". American, British and Canadian Studies Journal. ISSN: 1841-1487. 12s 27 - 41.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2008). Boundaries of Mourning: Gender, Poetry, and Place in Wordsworth’s ‘Maternal Grief‘. American, British and Canadian Studies Journal. ISSN: 1841-1487. 10s 31 - 46.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2007). Many masks, big houses: Yeats and the construction of an Irish identity. Readings of the Particular: The Postcolonial in the Postnational. ISBN: 978-90-420-2163-1. Rodopi. Kapittel. s 205 - 215.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan; Drangsholt, Janne Stigen (2006). A Singular Encounter: Jean-Luc Nancy, Gayatri Spivak and the Others. Postcolonial Dislocations: Travel, History, and the Ironies of Narrative. ISBN: 978-82-7099-430-4. Novus Forlag. 4. s 49 - 64.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2006). Den gylne middelvei. Morgenbladet. ISSN: 0805-3847. s 37 - 37.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan; Hestetun, Øyunn (2006). Introduction: Arriving, Unsettling. Postcolonial Dislocations: Travel, History, and the Ironies of Narrative. ISBN: 978-82-7099-430-4. Novus Forlag. Introduksjon. s 9 - 18.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2006). The Face of the Gorgon: Time, Gender and Genre in Hopkins’ ‘Andromeda’. Estragon. (4). s 41 - 52.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2006). Touch and Go: Seamus Heaney and the Transcendence of the Aesthetic. The Body and Desire in Contemporary Irish Poetry. ISBN: 0-7165-3368-5. Irish Academic Press. 11. s 213 - 225.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2005). Det livsviktige: Om W. B. Yeats og litteraturens biografiske dimensjon. Vagant. ISSN: 0802-0736. (4). s 102 - 113.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2005). Mourning Deconstruction: Derrida, de Man, and the Limits of Language. The Power of Language: A Collection of Essays. ISBN: 82-7099-428-6. Novus Forlag. 1. s 15 - 26.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2005). On the Frontiers of Writing: The Emigrant Experiences of Drude Krog Janson and Sigbjørn Obstfelder. To Become the Self One Is: A Critical Companion to Drude Krog Janson's A Saloonkeeper's Daughter. ISBN: 82-7099-405-7. Nova Science Publishers, Inc.. 4. s 43 - 53.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2005). The Rights of Reverie: Contextualising Yeats’ Autobiographical Writings. Estragon. s 9 - 13.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2005). What’s a Word Worth? Paul Muldoon’s "Yarrow" and the Resistances of Recollection. Representing Ireland: Past, Present and Future. ISBN: 1873757700. University of Sunderland Press. 13. s 143 - 151.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2004). "This Wide Whisper Round My Head": IN MEMORIAM and the Complexity of Memory. Nordic Journal of English Studies. ISSN: 1502-7694. 3 (3). s 241 - 262.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan; Moi, Ruben (2004). Eksilets mange sidespor: Om Paul Muldoons poetiske vandringer. Vagant. ISSN: 0802-0736. (1). s 21 - 32.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan; Herbert, David Eric John; Mustad, Jan Erik (2018). The Legacy of the Good Friday Agreement Northern Irish Politics, Culture and Art after 1998. ISBN: 978-3-319-91231-8. Palgrave Macmillan. s 297.
  • Moi, Ruben; Armstrong, Charles Ivan; Boyce, Brynhildur (2014). The Crossings of Art in Ireland. ISBN: 9781611476750. Peter Lang Publishing Group. s 311.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan; Moi, Ruben; Brynhildur, Boyce (2014). The Crossings of Art in Ireland. ISBN: 978-3-0343-0983-7. Peter Lang Publishing Group. s 311.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2013). Reframing Yeats: Genre, Allusion and History. ISBN: 9781441183163. Bloomsbury Academic. s 183.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan; Crosson, Sean; Karhio, Anne (2011). Crisis and Contemporary Poetry. ISBN: 978-0-230-24724-6. Palgrave Macmillan. s 260.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2009). Figures of Memory: Poetry, place, and the past. ISBN: 978-0-230-22353-0. Palgrave Macmillan. s 256.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan; Hestetun, Øyunn (2006). Postcolonial Dislocations: Travel, History, and the Ironies of Narrative. ISBN: 978-82-7099-430-4. Novus Forlag. s 246.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2019). The "open door of her body”: Ekphrasis, Self-reflection and Embodiment in Vona Groarke.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2019). Poetic remembering against the grain: Tom Paulin, T. S. Eliot, and World War II.
  • Armstrong, Charles Ivan (2019). Teaching the Literature of the Troubles.

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