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  • 1. Badhwar, Ingvild
    The Elephant-shaped Hole in the Universe:: A literary analysis of Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things2016In: Asia in Focus: A Nordic journal on Asia by early career researchers, ISSN 2446-0001, no 3, p. 4-12Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    In this essay, I read Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things as a melodrama in order to explore the relationship between the subaltern and the world of everyday life. I draw upon Spivak’s conception of the subaltern, her lack of voice and location within both everyday life and the narrative of history. I argue that the main character, Ammu—not speaking the language of everyday life, yet desperately desiring to express herself—is forced to resort to melodramatics, bolstering her incomprehensibility and leaving her even more isolated. I discuss the relationship between post-colonial studies, melodrama, everyday language, skepticism, innocence and knowledge, representations, and the subaltern’s opportunity to regain her voice in order to tell her own story.

  • 2. Børdahl, Vibeke
    Wu Song Fights the Tiger: The Interaction of Oral and Written Traditions in the Chinese Novel, Drama and Storytelling2013Book (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    The focus of Chinese literary studies has long been on the written word even though Chinese fiction and drama have strong oral roots and have been shaped by an interplay between oral and written traditions. The culmination of decades working on this issue – and using as its lens the story about how the legendary hero Wu Song killed a tiger with his bare hands – this volume explores Chinese oral professional storytelling and its relations with literary culture in the past and present.

  • 3. Børdahl, Vibeke
    et al.
    Li, FeiYing, Huang
    Four Masters of Chinese Storytelling: Full-length Repertoires of Yangzhou Storytelling on Video2004Collection (editor) (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    • Offers access to and brings alive unique materials on the Chinese storytelling traditions.

    • First time that storytellers? repertoires are registered in theirentirety.

    • Useful for students of Chinese culture by serving as a bilingual guide to the great masterworks of the Chinese novel (Three Kingdoms, Water Margin, Journey to the West).

  • 4. Børdahl, Vibeke
    et al.
    Wan, Margaret B.
    The Interplay of the Oral and the Written in Chinese Popular Literature2010Collection (editor) (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]
    • Examines the interrelationship between oral (or performing) and written traditions in Chinese popular literature
    • Offers enquiries into new material and gives astonishing responses to old controversies
    • Provides interdisciplinary perspectives on Chinese popular entertainment literature from the Ming dynasty to the present
    • Makes an excellent contribution to the literature in its field.

     

  • 5. Frans, Gregersen
    et al.
    Josephson, Olle
    Godenhjelm, Sebastian
    Londen, Monica
    Östman, Jan-Ola
    Kristinsson, Ari Páll
    Bernhardsson, Haraldur
    Røyneland, Unn
    Kristoffersen, Gjert
    Kristiansen, Marita
    Thøgersen, Jacob
    Salö, Linus
    Hvor parallelt: Om parallellspråkighet på Nordens universitet2014Book (Other academic)
    Abstract [da]

    Sprogpolitik er blevet et hot emne på de nordiske universiteter. Det skyldes først og fremmest at brugen af engelsk har bredt sig til snart sagt alle områder, og at det i sig selv kalder på bevidst og informeret stillingtagen. I denne bog kan man finde materialer til at planlægge, iværksætte, evaluere og ændre et universitets sprogpolitik, særlig hvornår man bør bruge hvilket sprog og hvilke virkninger det kan have. Bogen er skrevet på tre nordiske sprog, dansk, svensk og norsk. Den kan således læses af alle i Norden. Hovedstammen i bogen er de såkaldte landerapporter hvor forholdene i de fem nordiske stater belyses så grundigt som det foreliggende datamateriale tillader det. Alle landerapporter forholder sig til fire fokuspunkter: formulerede sprogpolitikker, sprogvalg i publikationer, sprogvalg i uddannelserne og internationalisering af disse i form af studerende (og ansatte) fra andre lande end de nordiske. Men herudover findes der en generel sprogpolitisk indledning og en gennemgang af hvilke forhold man skal tage hensyn til når man vælger undervisningssprog. Alle bogens elementer kan læses selvstændigt og vil også kunne findes som selvstændige publikationer.

  • 6. Kirketerp, Anne
    et al.
    Bak, Margrete
    Buus, Marianne
    Entreprenørskab og foretagsomhed i de kunstneriske uddannelser i Norden2015Book (Other academic)
    Abstract [da]

    Denne rapport, udført af Kirketerp, Buus og Bak for KreaNord i 2011, ønsker at bidrage til, at studerende på de kunstneriske uddannelser i Norden styrkes i deres forudsætninger for at kunne omsætte deres kreative og kunstneriske kompetencer til et bæredygtigt arbejdsliv. Rapporten er rettet mod besluttende myndigheder, uddannelsesansvarlige og undervisere og kan styrke både interesse og viden, samt motivere handling. Rapporten giver definitioner indenfor entreprenørskab, metoder, cases, samt en model, som beskriver handlingsmål og tilrettelæggelse i entreprenørskabsundervisning.

    Genudgivet i 2015 i forbindelse med afviklingen af KreaNord, Nordisk Ministerråds initiativ om kulturelle og kreative erhverv (2008–2015).

  • 7. Lundström, Håkan
    I Will Send My Song: Kammu Vocal Genres in the Singing of Kam Raw2010Book (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    An ethnomusical presentation of one person’s vocal performance of rather highly varied sets of words, manners of performance, and the use of these competences in communication with other singers. Although this orally transmitted form of singing is unique to the Kammu of northern Laos, it is related to a much larger complex in Southeast Asia and thus will be of interest to a wide group of musicologists.

  • 8. Lundström, Håkan
    et al.
    Tayanin, Damrong
    Kammu Songs: The Songs of Kam Raw2006Book (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Builds on the book ’I Will Send My Song’ by the same author. This volume contains Kam Raw’s repertoire of social adult songs in the Kammu language, with English translations, interpretations and commentary.

  • 9. Nilsson Hoadley, Anna-Greta
    Indonesian Literature vs New Order Orthodoxy: The Aftermath of 1965-19662011Book (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Perhaps we shall never know the truth about Indonesia’s failed (supposedly Communist) coup of 1965. But the consequences were clear: the fall of President Sukarno and rise to power of General Suharto plus violent suppression of all ’Communist’ organizations. In the process a half million lives were lost. Open discussion of these events - especially the killings - was impossible during the period of Suharto’s rule except in one area, Indonesian literature. Here it was possible to portray the events in fictional form at the human level. As a result, a number of Indonesia’s best-known authors wrote on the subject. This book analyses Indonesian literature produced during the New Order period dealing with the events of 1965-1966 and its consequences. It examines the political coercion that people were subjected to and how the authors deal with the taboo subject of the killings; it also considers how the Communist Party was seen and discusses the underlying reasons for why the fictional characters act as they do. Crucial here is the influence of Javanese culture and the significance of President Sukarno’s political concept of Nasakom.

  • 10. Wagner, Donald. B.
    A Mencius Reader: For Beginning and Advanced Students of Classical Chinese2004Book (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    This textbook contains material for students of Classical Chinese at three different levels of difficulty:

    The first chapter of Mencius, reproduced from a modern punctuated edition, with very detailed notes and glosses intended for students in their second semester of Classical Chinese.

    The same chapter, reproduced from a Song wood-block edition, which beginning students who are more ambitions may wish to use instead of the punctuated edition.

    Notes and glosses on the Eastern Han commentary of Zhao Qi (included in the Song edition), intended for more advanced students.

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