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Roy Tommy Eriksen

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E-post:
roy.eriksen@uia.no
Telefon:
38 14 20 22
Mobil:
932 21 428
Kontor:
E1068 ( Gimlemoen 25, Kristiansand )
Avdeling:
Institutt for fremmedspråk og oversetting

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Professor Roy Eriksen, PhD, Professor of English Renaissance Literature and Culture

Faculty of Humanities and Education, Department of Foreign Languages and Translation;

University of Agder, Box 422, NO-4604 Kristiansand, Norway

Tel +47 38 14 20 22; Fax: +47 38 14 20 90;

Email: roy.eriksen@uia.no

Positions

Professor of English Renaissance Literature and Culture, University of Agder (2003-),

Professor of Renaissance Studies, Norwegian Institute in Rome (1997-2001),

Professor of Renaissance Studies, University of Bergen (1997-99),

Professor of English Literature, University of Tromsoe (1986-2003)

Current projects

– Early Modern Research Group (2003-),

– Multimodality and Cultural Change (2010-),

– LIVES: Biography, Hagiography, and Fictional Lives (2012-);

– OPERA: The Multimodality of Opera (2013-)

Research interests

English and Italian Literature, Art- and Architectural History

Topomorphology, Urbanism, The Sister Arts

Editing

– Joint editor (with Professor Stuart Sillars) ofEarly Modern Culture Online(2010-)

– Series Editor ofEarly Modern and Modern Studies(Fabrizio Serra Editore; 2006-)

 

Major research sojourns

1995, 2002-2003; 2008. The Norwegian Institute in Rome

1990-1991, 1994, 1996, 2008. Villa i Tatti (Harvard University), Fiesole (FI)

1982-1983; 1986 Magdalene College, Cambridge (UK)

 

PUBLICATIONS

A. Studies and edited volumes since 2003

2013Urban Encounters: Representation and Experience in the Early Modern City, ed. Per Sivefors, Series Editor Roy Eriksen, Early Modern and Modern Studies Vol. 8,Fabrizio Serra Editore: Pisa/Roma, 2013, pp. 249-(31 ill).

 

2009Imitation, Representation and Printing in the Italian Renaissance, Early Modern and Modern StudiesVol. 3, eds. Roy Eriksen and Magne Malmanger, series ed. Roy Eriksen, Fabrizio Serra Editore: Pisa/Roma.

 

2006Ashes to Ashes. Art in Rome between Humanism and Maniera, eds. Roy Eriksen and Victor Plahte Tschudi. Edizioni dell’Ateneo: Roma, 2006, Early Modern and Modern Studies 1. pp. 227 (67 ills). http://www.libraweb.net.

 

2003Form and the Arts,Theatre Music and Design, Studies in Renaissance Art and Culture 5. eds Dag T. Andersson and Roy Eriksen. Roma, Kappa, 2003, pp. 203 (19 ills).

 

B. A selection of earlier books and edited volumes

2001The Building in the text: Alberti to Shakespeare and Milton. University Park, Penn; Penn State Press, 2001, pp. xx1 + 194.

 

1997Contexts of Baroque: Theatre, Metamorphosis, and Design,ed.Roy Eriksen (Oslo: Novus Press, 1997), pp. 240.

 

1997Contexts of Renaissance Comedy,eds. Janet Clare and Roy Eriksen (Oslo: Novus Press, 1997) pp. 185.

 

1987The Forme of Faustus Fortunes. A Study of the Tragedie of Doctor Faustus (1616)(Atlantic Highlands N.J. and Oslo; Humanities Press and Solum Forlag, 1987), pp. 240

1984Contexts of Pre -Novel Narrative: The European Tradition,ed.Roy Eriksen (Berlin: Mouton & de Gruyter, 1994), pp. x + 391.

 

C. Selected articles since 2004

2013”Marlowe and Company in Barnfield’sGreene’s Funeralls(1594),”Nordic Journal of English Studies, Vol 12, No 2 (2013): 71-80.

 

2013“Shakespeare on Divine Love: ‘The Phoenix and the Turtle’ (1601), ”Cahiers Élisabéthains,A Biannual Journal of English Renaissance Studies, vol.81 (Spring 2013): 23-31.ISSN 0184-7678.

 

2013“Marlowe’s Tour of Rome: Policy, Popery, and Urban Planning,” in ed. Per Sivefors:Urban Encounters: Experience and Representation in the Early Modern City,EMMSvol. 8 (2013), 71-91. ISBN 978-88-6227-597-2 (paper), ISBN 978-88-6227-598-9 (electronic).

 

2013“Real and Virtual Illustration:Visual Memory and Early Modern Speaking Pictures,”JoIS(Journal of Illustration Studies; 2013).

 

2012“Arkitektonike tekne: Time, Aesthetics and Technical Change in Vasari’s Livesin Monde(s) en ouvement, eds. Muriel Cunin, Martine Yvernault, Limoges: PULIM, 2012, s. 275-87.

 

2011"An Arena for the Holy: theImitatio Francisciof Margery Kempe," in eds. Joseph Sterrett and Peter Thomas,Sacred Text – Sacred Spaces. Architectural, Spiritual and Literary Convergences in England and Wales. Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2011, pp. 77-93.

 

2010“Embedded Urbanism: Shakespeare in the City," i (pp. 14) in Shakespeare et la Cité. eds. Pierre Kapitaniak et Dominique Goy-Blanquet, Paris: Publications de la Société Française Shakespeare.

 

2010“Shaping the Sonnet Italian Style; Tasso, Shakespeare, Daniel.” ed. Sonja Fielitz,Shakespeare’s Sonnets: Lovers, Layers, Languages, Heidelberg: C. Winter Verlag, 2010, pp. 55-73.

 

2009"Narrating the Place of Speaking: Generic Instability in Milton's Paradise Lost, Book One," in ed. Clare Lapraik Guest. The Formation of Genera in Early European Culture, Early Modern and Modern Studies Vol. 5, Pp. 260; ISSN 1828-2164.

 

2007“Insula est Melita: Marlowe’s Urban Comedy and the Poetics of Predation.” In Urban Preoccupations: Mental and Material Landscapes, ed. Per Sivefors (The University of Gothenburg), Early Modern and Modern Studies Vol. 2. http://www.libraweb.net; pp. 236 (31 ills), 123-42.

 

2006“Alberti, Manetti, and Quattrocento Aesthetics,” inAshes to Ashes. Art in Rome between Humanism and Maniera, eds. Roy Eriksen and Victor Plahte Tschudi. Early Modern and Modern Studies Vol 1, Edizioni dell’Ateneo: Pisa/Roma, 2006.

 

2005“Browning Reads Vasari,” inReading Vasari, edited by Anne B. Barriault, et al.. London and Athens, Georgia: Philip Wilson Publishers and Georgia Museum of Art, 2005.

 

2005“The Taming of a Shrew: Composition as Induction to Authorship.” NJES Volume 4, No. 2 (December 2005), 41-61. Rpt in ed. Harold Bloom,William Shakespeare - Comedies, New Edition; Bloom's Modern Critical Views, New York: Chelsea House, 2009, 77-95). LC 9781604136319

 

2004“Tipogrografia e prospettiva: architettura retorica,” in eds. Francesco Barbiri et al.,Memorie Scientifiche, Guiridiche, Letterarie, Ser VIII, vol vii.2. dell’ Academia Nazionale di Sienze Lettere e Arti di Modena, 541-560.

 

2004“Plotting and Edification in Shakespeare and Wotton, Shakespeare and Renaissance Europe.In eds Pierre Kapitaniak et al., Shakespeare et l’Europe de la Renaissance. Montpéllier: SFS; 117-30. 

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Publikasjoner

  • Eriksen Roy Tommy "Marlowe's Horses: Vehicles of Desire and Change" (2016).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy "Working with Marlowe: Shakespeare's Early Enganement with Marlowe's Poetics" (2016). Marlowe Studies . ISSN 2159-8231. s 21 - 36
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Pulchriori detur : Reconfiguring Elizatethian Encomiastic Drama in Love's Labour's Lost (2016).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy “Shakespeare as ’Chief Architect and Plotter’: Romeo and Juliet and Civic space,” (2016).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Chapter Eight: Marlowe’s Actæon: Syncretism on the Elizabethan Stage (2015).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Editing and the Shadow of the Folio: On the Textual Integrity of The Taming of a Shrew (1594) (2015). Early Modern Culture Online . ISSN 1892-0888. 6 s 49 - 70
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy “Cross-over i Mafialand: Lucariellos intermediale Cappotto di legno (2008),” (2015).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy “Marlowe’s Actæon: Syncretism on the Elizabethan Stage,” (2015).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy “Marlowe’s political balancing act: religion and translatio imperii in Doctor Faustus (B),” (2015).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy “Staging Bruno's Scripted Emblems: Anti-Petrarchism in Love’s Labour’s Lost,” (2015). Actes des congrès de la Société française Shakespeare . ISSN 2271-6424. (32),
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy “Poetics, Stylometrics and Attribution Studies: Periodicity in Marlowe” (2014).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Marlowe and company in Barnfield's Greene's Funeralls (1594) : (2013). Nordic Journal of English Studies (NJES) . ISSN 1654-6970. 12 (2), s 71 - 80
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Marlowe’s Tour of Rome: Policy, Popery, and Urban Planning (2013).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Real and Virtual Illustration: Visual Memory and Early-Modern Speaking Pictures (2013). Journal of Illustration Studies . ISSN 1753-9528. 2 s 1 - 15
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy “Shakespeare on Divine Love: ‘The phoenix and the Turtle’ (1601), ” Cahiers Élisabéthains, A Biannual Journal of English Renaissance Studies, vol. 81 (Spring 2013): 23-31 (2013). Cahiers Élisabéthains . ISSN 0184-7678. 83 s 23 - 31
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Arkitektonike tekne: Time, Aesthetics and Technical Change in Vasari’s Lives (2012).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy "Kroppslighet og jomfrukur i Hans E. Kincks tragedie: Den Sidste Gjest (1910)" (2011). Nordlit . ISSN 0809-1668. 27 s 56 - 68
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy "Lessing Reads Behn: Gender, Agency and Guilt" (2011).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy An arena for the holy: the imitatio Francisci of Margery Kempe (2011).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Between Saints' Lives and Novella: The Drama of Oroonoko,or, the Royal Slave (1688) (2011).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Det gamle i det nye : byplanlegging i historisk kontekst (2010).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Embedded Urbanism: Shakespeare in the City (2010). Actes du Congrès - Société Francaise Shakespeare . ISSN 0750-5299.
  • Eriksen Roy Entering the Garden: Phaeton to his friend Florio (2010). Shakespeare en devenir . ISSN 1958-9476. (4),
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy, Thon Jahn Holljen, Hvem eier byen? En innledning (2010).
  • Eriksen Roy Shaping the Sonnet Italian Style; Tasso, Shakespeare, Daniel (2010).
  • Eriksen Roy The Epilogue in Doctor Faustus: The Petrarchan Context (2010). Nordic Journal of English Studies (NJES) . ISSN 1654-6970. 9 (1), s 1 - 16
  • Eriksen Roy Dialogando con i generi d'Italia: Il Paradise Lost di John Milton fra Antonio Fregoso e Serafino della Salandra (2009).
  • Eriksen Roy George Gascoigne's and Mary Sidney's Versions of Psalm 130 (2009).
  • Eriksen Roy Introduction : Imitation, representation and printing (2009).
  • Eriksen Roy Narrating the Place of Speaking: Generic Instability in Milton's Paradise Lost, Book One (2009).
  • Eriksen Roy Postfazione (2009).
  • Eriksen Roy The Taming of a Shrew: Composition as intrduction to Autorship (2009).
  • Eriksen Roy "Friends or Foes. Marlowe and Shakespeare as Rivals in the Republic of Letters" (2008).
  • Eriksen Roy Insula est Melita: Marlowe's Urban Comedy and the Poetics of Predation (2007).
  • Eriksen Roy Alberti, Manetti, and Quattrocento Aesthetics (2006).
  • Eriksen Roy Imagining the Renaissance: Browning reads Vasari (2005).
  • Eriksen Roy Med kropp og sjel. Kroppens konstruksjoner i sonettetradisjonen (2005).
  • Eriksen Roy Plotting and Edification in Shakespeare and Wotton (2005).
  • Eriksen Roy The taming of a Shrew: Composition as Induction to Authorship (2005). Nordic Journal of English Studies . ISSN 1502-7694. 4 (2), s 41 - 61
  • Eriksen Roy Memorie scientifiche, giuridische, letterari, Serie VIII, di Accademia di Scienze, Lettere e Arti di Modena "Tipografia e prospettiva: Architettura retorica" (Eng: "Typography and Perspective: Thetorical Architecture ") (2004). Atti / Accademia nazionale di scienze lettere ed arti di Modena . ISSN 1124-2493. VII (2), s 541 - 50
  • Eriksen Roy Topographia or the counterfait place: Om stedsbeskrivelseog dens overskridelser (2004).
  • Eriksen Roy Framing the Duchess: Webster and the Resources of Renaissance Art (2003).
  • Eriksen Roy Browning and the Forms of Italian Mannerist Art (2002).
  • Guest, Claire Eriksen, Roy T. (2008). Rhetoric, Theatre and the Arts of Design.Essays presnted to Roy Eriksen. Novus Forlag. ISBN 978-82-7099-496-0. 415 s.
  • eriksen, roy t. Tschudi, Victor Plathe (2006). Ashes to Ashes. Art in Rome Between Humanism and Maniera. ISBN 8884761034. 227 s.
  • Eriksen, Roy Tommy Tschudi, Victor Plahte (2006). Ashes to ashes. Art in Rome between humanism and maniera. ISBN 8884761034. 232 s.
  • Eriksen, Roy Tommy Aavitsland, Kristin Bliksrud (1999). På klassisk grunn. Det norske instituttet gjennom 40 år. Andresen & Butenschøn AS. ISBN 82-7694-053-6. -1 s.
  • Andersson, Dag T Eriksen, Roy Tommy (2000). Innovation and Tradition, Essays on Renaissance Art and Culture. ISBN 88-7890-384-1. -1 s.
  • Brandt, Johann Rasmus Eriksen, Roy Tommy (2000). Nærhet og avstand. Kulturelle forbindelser mellom Norden og Italia gjennom tidene. ISBN 82-7099-318-2. -1 s.
  • Eriksen, Roy Tommy (1997). Contexts of Baroque: Theatre, Metamorphosis, and Design. Oslo: Novus forlag, 1997.pp. 244. Novus Forlag. ISBN 82-7099-266-6. 244 s.
  • Eriksen, Roy Tommy Aavitsland, Kristin Bliksrud (1999). På klassisk grunn. Det norske institutt i Roma gjennom 40 år. Andresen & Butenschøn AS. ISBN 82-7694-053-6. 244 s.
  • Brandt, Johann Rasmus Eriksen, Roy Tommy (2000). S. Sinding-Larsen: The burden of the ceremony master: image and action in San Marco, Venice and in an Islamic mosque. The "Rituum Ceremoniale" of 1564. -1 s.
  • Brandt, Johann Rasmus Eriksen, Roy Tommy (1999). Artikkelsamling. 200 s.
  • Eriksen, Roy Tommy (2000). The Building in the Text. Alberti to Shakespeare and Milton. ISBN 0-271-02022-9. 225 s.
  • Brandt, Johann Rasmus Eriksen, Roy Tommy (1998). Kiilerich, Bente: The obelisk base in Constantinople: court art and imperial ideology. 194 s.
  • Malmanger, Magne Eriksen, Roy (2009). Imitation, representation and printing in the Italian renaissance. Fabrizio Serra Editore. ISBN 978-88-6227-111-0. 378 s.
  • Eriksen, Roy Tschudi, Victor Plahte (2006). Ashes to Ashes. Art in Rome between Humanism and Maniera. ISBN 8884761034.
  • Eriksen, Roy (2003). Form and the Arts, Theatre Music and Design, Studies in Renaissance Art and Culture 5. ISBN 8878904716. 203 s.
  • Thon, Jahn Holljen Eriksen, Roy Tommy (2010). Hvem eier byen: Plan, tekst, historie. Novus Forlag. ISBN 978-82-7099-607-0. 193 s.
  • Eriksen, Roy Tommy Young, Peter (2014). Approaches to the Text: From Pre-Gospel to Post-Baroque. Fabrizio Serra Editore. ISBN 978-88-6227-695-5. 272 s.
  • Eriksen, Roy Tommy (2014). L'Edificio Testuale: Da Alberti a Shakespeare e Milton. ISBN 9788857521565. 278 s.
  • Eriksen, Roy Tommy (2015). “ Synaesthetic Praise: Devotional Poetry and Architecture: ’The Phoenix and the Turtle’ and Shakespearean Baroque,” in ed. Yona Dureau, Synesthésie e transposition d’art dans la littérature et les art de l’Angleterre élisabéthaine. Honoré Champion. ISBN 978-2-7453-2886-1. 306 s.
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Pulchriori detur : Reconfiguring Elizatethian Encomiastic Drama in Love's Labour's Lost (2016).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy "Marlowe's Horses: Vehicles of Desire and Change" (2016).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy “Shakespeare as ’Chief Architect and Plotter’: Romeo and Juliet and Civic space,” (2016).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy “Some Principles of Dramatic Construction in Shakespeare’s Early Plays” (2016).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy .”Padua before Shakespeare: Marlowe’s The Taming of a Shrew (2016).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy “Revisiting an Old Controvery: Censorship in Doctor Faustus (2016).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy ’Let’s Do the Eel’: John Berger and the Modernist Quest for the Primordial Connexity” (2016).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Teaching by Typology and Emblem: Doctor Faustus (B) as Didactic Drama," (2016).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy “Mission Impossible: Yates on Bruno in London,” (2016).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy “Patterns of Regenration and Healing in Lawrence, Montale, and Berger,” (2016).

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