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Roy Tommy Eriksen

Professor emeritus

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E1068 ( Universitetsveien 25, Kristiansand )

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

2014 L'Edificio testale. Milano: Mimesis & Penn University Press, pp. 289.

2014 Approaches to the Text. From Pre-Gospel to Post-Baroque, eds. Roy Eriksen and Peter Young. Early Modern and Modern Studies Vol. 9,Fabrizio Serra Editore: Pisa/Roma, pp.  264 (7 ill).

2013 Urban 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).

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

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

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

B. A selection of earlier books and edited volumes

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

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

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

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

1984 Contexts of Pre -Novel Narrative: The European Tradition, ed.Roy Eriksen. Berlin: Mouton & de Gruyter, , 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, EMMS, vol. 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: the Imitatio Francisci of 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,  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, Early Modern and Modern Studies Vol. 2. http://www.libraweb.net; pp. 236 (31 ills), 123-42.

2006 “Alberti, Manetti, and Quattrocento Aesthetics,” in Ashes 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,” in Reading Vasari, edited by Anne B. Barriault, et al.. London and Athens, Georgia: Philip Wilson Publishers and Georgia Museum of Art.

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. 

Vitenskapelige publikasjoner

  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Discord in the Spheres: Revising Marlowe in As You Like It (2017).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Introduction: The Architectures of Shakespare (2017). Shakespeare . ISSN 1745-0918. 13 (2), s 107 - 113 doi: 10.1080/17450918.2017.1324514
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Reaksjon og nyskapning. Emblemets rolle for manierismens gjennombrudd og spredning (2017).
  • 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).
  • 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 (2014). L'Edificio Testuale: Da Alberti a Shakespeare e Milton. ISBN 9788857521565. 278 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.
  • 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 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.
  • Brandt, Johann Rasmus Eriksen, Roy Tommy (1998). Kiilerich, Bente: The obelisk base in Constantinople: court art and imperial ideology. 194 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 (1999). Artikkelsamling. 200 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Andersson, Dag T Eriksen, Roy Tommy (2000). Innovation and Tradition, Essays on Renaissance Art and Culture. ISBN 88-7890-384-1. -1 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.
  • 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 Tschudi, Victor Plahte (2006). Ashes to ashes. Art in Rome between humanism and maniera. ISBN 8884761034. 232 s.
  • eriksen, roy t. Tschudi, Victor Plathe (2006). Ashes to Ashes. Art in Rome Between Humanism and Maniera. ISBN 8884761034. 227 s.
  • 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.
  • 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 Tommy Reaksjon og nyskapning. Emblemets rolle for manierismens gjennombrudd og spredning (2017).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Hagiography and Novella: Marlowes Doctor Faustus (B) and Didacticism (2017).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy "Revising Marlowe in As You Like It" (paper) (2017).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy “Paradiastole: Rewriting the Old, or Reading the Unredable in Marlowe” (2017).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy Stylometrics and Authorship in The Taming of a Shrew (2017).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy The Forgotten Tools of Learning: Rhetoric and the Arts (2017).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy "'Il sito delle parole': Disegno interno in alcuni sonetti da Petrarca, Alberti e Della Casa a Daniel e Shakespeare" (2017).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy "Serio ludere: Il Candelaio e la sua trasformazione in De gli eroici furori a Londra" (2017).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy "Il re Torrismondo tra materia nordica e corografia manieristica" (2017).
  • Eriksen Roy Tommy "Revision and Adaptation in Early Modern English Responses to the Italian Novella: From Pettie, Gascoigne and Greene to Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale" (2017).

Sist endret: 11.09.2018 11:09

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