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Romantik 2021 Jg. 10, Heft 1

“Romantik. Journal for the Study of Romanticisms” is a multidisciplinary journal dedicated to the study of romantic-era cultural productions and concepts. The journal promotes innovative research across disciplinary borders. It aims to advance new historical discoveries, forward-looking theoretical insights and cutting-edge methodological approaches. The articles range over the full variety of cultural practices, including the written word, visual arts, history, philosophy, religion, and theatre during the romantic period (c. 1780–1840). But contributions to the discussion of pre- or post-romantic representations are also welcome. Since the romantic era was characterized by an emphasis on the vernacular, the title of journal has been chosen to reflect the Germanic root of the word. But the journal is interested in all European romanticisms – and not least the connections and disconnections between them – hence, the use of the plural in the subtitle.

Romantik is a peer-reviewed journal supported by the Nordic Board for Perio-dicals in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NOP-HS).

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    • Lis Møller (Hg.)
    • Dr Lis Møller is Professor of Comparative Literature and Head of Center for Nineteenth-Century Studies at Aarhus University, Denmark. She specializes in European and Scandinavian romanticm and romantic medievalism.
    • Karina Lykke Grand (Hg.)
    • Prof Dr Karina Lykke Grand teaches art history and visual culture at Aarhus University in Denmark. She is the director of the Danish Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies as well as chair of the Nordic Association for Romantic Studies. 
    • Anna Lena Sandberg (Hg.)
    • Dr Anna Sandberg is Associate Professor of German Studies at The University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Her research areas are Romanticism, literary transfer and Scandinavian-German culture from 1800 to present.
    • Thor J. Mednick (Hg.)
    • Dr Thor J. Mednick is an Associate Professor of Art History and Head of Art Museum Practices at the University of Toledo, USA. He specializes in the art of nineteenth-century Scandinavia.
    • Benedikt Hjartarson (Hg.)
    • Dr Benedikt Hjartarson is Professor of Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies at the University of Iceland. He is the author of a number of articles on the European avant-garde and aesthetic modernity.
    • Gísli Magnússon (Hg.)
    • Dr Gísli Magnússon is Professor of Danish Literature at the University of Iceland. His research encompasses authors such as Rainer Maria Rilke, Pascal Mercier, Peter Høeg & Karl-Ove Knausgård – often focusing on esotericism and spirituality in a literary context.
    • Kim Simonsen (Hg.)
    • Dr Kim Simonsen is a Senior Research Associate in European Letters at the Department of History and European Studies at the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. He works with cultural history and theory, 19th Century European travelers and the Anthropocene, romantic nationalism and the history of philology,19th Century canon formation.
    • Marie-Louise Svane (Hg.)
    • Marie-Louise Svane is Associate Professor Emerita of Comparative Literature, Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, Copenhagen University.
    • Marja Lahelma (Hg.)
    • Dr Marja Lahelma is an art historian specializing in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Nordic art. She holds a Title of Docent in Art History at the University of Helsinki. She has published widely on subjects relating to the intersections of art, science, and esotericism, and on the ideological and political dimensions of art history.
    • Sine Krogh (Hg.)
    • Sine Krogh, MA in Art History (2008), from 2018, PhD-student at the School of Communication and Culture at Aarhus University. Publcations on nation building on Denmark and Scandinavia.