Project Outreach

Outreach activities of the TRAUM – Transforming Author Museums project. This will be added to as further activities are completed.

In May-June 2019, the TRAUM project will present three public debates and seminars in Tromsø, Oslo and Vienna. See Public Debates 2019 for details.

Outreach activities for the general public
  1. Hendrix, Harald. “La casa del Petrarca ad Arquà”. Talk, Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Amsterdam, 5 October 2017.
  2. Spring, Ulrike, and Johan Schimanski. “TRAUM – Transforming Author Museums”. Project website, established 2016, continually updated.
    https://traum.hisf.no.
  3. Watson, Nicola. “The Writer’s Room: J.K. Rowling”. Blog, “Open Learn”, Open University, 6 July 2017.
    http://www.open.edu/openlearn/history-the-arts/literature/the-writers-room-jk-rowling
  4. Watson, Nicola. “Rousseau’s Trapdoor”. Virtual exhibition text, “RÊVE: The Virtual Exhibition”, 7 July 2017.
    http://www.euromanticism.org/rousseaus-trapdoor/
  5. Watson, Nicola. “Shakespeare Connected – Shakespeare and Literary Pilgrimage”. Blog, “Explore Shakespeare”, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, 8 August 2018.
    https://www.shakespeare.org.uk/explore-shakespeare/blogs/shakespeare-connected-shakespeare-and-literary-pilgrimage/
  6. Watson, Nicola. “Shakespeare Connected – Shakespeare and Literary Pilgrimage”. Online Exhibition, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, 8 August 2018.
  7. Watson, Nicola. “The Author’s Effects’”. Audio-visual installation + conversation, MK Lit Fest, Milton Keynes, 16 August 2018.
  8. Watson, Nicola. “Adventures of a literary stalker”. Blog, “The Literary Tourist Adventures in literary places”, 1 September 2018.
    http://www.open.ac.uk/blogs/literarytourist/?p=107
  9. Watson, Nicola. “At a poet’s grave in a country churchyard”. Blog, “The Literary Tourist Adventures in literary places”, 15 September 2018.
    http://www.open.ac.uk/blogs/literarytourist/?p=109
  10. Watson, Nicola. “Take a Walk with a Famous Poet”. Talk, Cowper and Newton Museum, 23 September 2018.
Appearances in mass media
  1. Egeland, Marianne. “Bjørnstjerne Bjørnsons hjemsted var nazi-propagandasentral under krigen”. Interviewed by Bård Amundsen, forskning.no, 24 December 2018. https://forskning.no/humaniora-museumsviten/bjornstjerne-bjornsons-hjemsted-var-nazi-propagandasentral-under-krigen/1272054
  2. Egeland, Marianne. “Tier om sin nazi-fortid”. Interviewed by Dag Eivind Undheim Larsen (with Edvard Hoem and Kjell Marius Mathisen), Klassekampen, 11 January 2019, p. 20-21. https://www.klassekampen.no/article/20190111/ARTICLE/190119992
  3. Egeland, Marianne. “Museum taust om nazifortid”. Notice, nrk.no, 11 January 2019. https://www.nrk.no/kultur/museum-taust-om-nazifortid-1.14375943
  4. Hendrix, Harald. “Raccontare Trieste attraverso le testimonianze dei suoi scrittori”. Interviewed by Paolo Stanese, bora.la, 22 August 2016.
    http://bora.la/2016/08/22/raccontare-trieste-le-testimonianze-dei-suoi-scrittori/
  5. Spring, Ulrike and Marianne A. Olsen interviewed live by Egil Jens Pettersen about exhibiting “difficult authors” in NRK Troms radio, Morgensending, 21 May 2019. https://radio.nrk.no/serie/distriktsprogram-troms/DKTR01009519/21-05-2019