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Astrid von Rosen

Senior lecturer

Astrid von Rosen
Senior lecturer
Associate professor of art history and visual studies
astrid.von.rosen@arthist.gu.se
+46 31 786 2784

Room number: 2245
Postal Address: Box 200, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Vera Sandbergs allé 8 , 411 33 Göteborg
Duties: Researcher and teacher in art history and visual studies


Department. of Cultural Sciences (More Information)
Box 200
405 30 Göteborg
www.kultur.gu.se
kuv@kultur.gu.se
Visiting Address: Vera Sandbergs allé 8 , 411 33 Göteborg

About Astrid von Rosen

I am an associate professor in Art History and Visual Studies in the Department of Cultural Sciences, University of Gothenburg (UGOT). I hold a PhD in Art History and Visual Studies, from UGOT, and is presently the vice chair of the Nordic Forum for Dance Research (NOFOD). My research interests include critical humanities approaches to cultural heritage, centering on dance archives and scenography to uncover unseen labour and hidden histories. During 2013–16 I was PI for the multidisciplinary research programme ‘Dream-Playing Across Borders: Accessing the Non-texts of Strindberg’s A Dream Play in Düsseldorf 1915–18 and Beyond’, and I am currently co-I of the ‘Turning Points and Continuity: The Changing Roles of Performance in Society 1880–1925’ project, supported by the Swedish Research Council. I am on the Leadership committee of the joint UGOT / University College London (UCL) Centre for Critical Heritage Studies (CCHS). I have been a visiting researcher at UCL (2015) and University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) (2017). I am currently at work on the participatory and digitally engaged community projects ‘Dance archives and digital participation’ and ‘Gothenburg plays a part: Independent performing art groups history 1960-2000’ and have published extensively on dance archives and scenography internationally.

Please visit my blog on Dance archives and digital participation (currently in Swedish): http://dansarkiv.webnode.se/
More about CCHS: https://criticalheritagestudies.gu.se/svenska
Information on NOFOD: http://www.nofod.org/
 

Latest publications

DIY Dying Swan
Astrid von Rosen, Linda Sternö
Research Pavilion: Choreographic, Venice Biennale, Conference contribution 2017
Conference contribution

Waltzing with Strindberg: Exploring Practices of Memory in A Dream Play
Astrid von Rosen, Mats Nilsson
Nordic Journal of Dance, Journal article 2017
Journal article

‘Dream no small dreams!’ Impossible archival imaginaries in dance community archiving in a digital age
Astrid von Rosen
Rethinking Dance History: Issues and Methodologies (second edition) / Edited by Larraine Nicholas, Geraldine Morris, New York, Routledge, Chapter in book 2017
Chapter in book

Reimagining the research archive: a dialogue
Astrid von Rosen, Alf Björnberg, Ylva Sommerland, Viveka Kjellmer, Mats Nilsson et al.
Dream-playing across borders: accessing the non-texts of Strindberg’s A dream play in Düsseldorf 1915–18 and beyond / Astrid von Rosen (ed.), Göteborg, Makadam, Chapter in book 2016
Chapter in book

Dancing with Strindberg: A social perspective
Astrid von Rosen, Mats Nilsson
Dream-playing across borders: accessing the non-texts of Strindberg’s A dream play in Düsseldorf 1915–18 and beyond / Astrid von Rosen (ed.), Göteborg, Makadam, Chapter in book 2016
Chapter in book

Scenographing Strindberg: Ström’s alchemical interpretation of A dream play 1915–18 in Düsseldorf
Astrid von Rosen
Dream-playing across borders: accessing the non-texts of Strindberg’s A dream play in Düsseldorf 1915–18 and beyond / Astrid von Rosen (ed.), Göteborg, Makadam, Chapter in book 2016
Chapter in book

A dream-play at war: a concluding discussion about the 1918 performance in Düsseldorf
Astrid von Rosen, Ylva Sommerland
Dream-playing across borders: accessing the non-texts of Strindberg’s A dream play in Düsseldorf 1915–18 and beyond / Astrid von Rosen (ed.), Göteborg, Makadam, Chapter in book 2016
Chapter in book

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2017

DIY Dying Swan
Astrid von Rosen, Linda Sternö
Research Pavilion: Choreographic, Venice Biennale, Conference contribution 2017
Conference contribution

Waltzing with Strindberg: Exploring Practices of Memory in A Dream Play
Astrid von Rosen, Mats Nilsson
Nordic Journal of Dance, Journal article 2017
Journal article

‘Dream no small dreams!’ Impossible archival imaginaries in dance community archiving in a digital age
Astrid von Rosen
Rethinking Dance History: Issues and Methodologies (second edition) / Edited by Larraine Nicholas, Geraldine Morris, New York, Routledge, Chapter in book 2017
Chapter in book

2016

Reimagining the research archive: a dialogue
Astrid von Rosen, Alf Björnberg, Ylva Sommerland, Viveka Kjellmer, Mats Nilsson et al.
Dream-playing across borders: accessing the non-texts of Strindberg’s A dream play in Düsseldorf 1915–18 and beyond / Astrid von Rosen (ed.), Göteborg, Makadam, Chapter in book 2016
Chapter in book

Dancing with Strindberg: A social perspective
Astrid von Rosen, Mats Nilsson
Dream-playing across borders: accessing the non-texts of Strindberg’s A dream play in Düsseldorf 1915–18 and beyond / Astrid von Rosen (ed.), Göteborg, Makadam, Chapter in book 2016
Chapter in book

Scenographing Strindberg: Ström’s alchemical interpretation of A dream play 1915–18 in Düsseldorf
Astrid von Rosen
Dream-playing across borders: accessing the non-texts of Strindberg’s A dream play in Düsseldorf 1915–18 and beyond / Astrid von Rosen (ed.), Göteborg, Makadam, Chapter in book 2016
Chapter in book

A dream-play at war: a concluding discussion about the 1918 performance in Düsseldorf
Astrid von Rosen, Ylva Sommerland
Dream-playing across borders: accessing the non-texts of Strindberg’s A dream play in Düsseldorf 1915–18 and beyond / Astrid von Rosen (ed.), Göteborg, Makadam, Chapter in book 2016
Chapter in book

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