PhD student in English literature, with primary research interests in early modern drama and the relation between literature and music. My dissertation project is concerned with the role and function of vocal music in the plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries, tracing connections between the employment of song and the dramatic expression and experience of different forms of power, empowerment, or powerlessness.
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MA English literature, Uppsala University, 2014
BA English literature, Stockholm University, 2010
BA with a major in music education, School of Music, Piteå (Luleå University of Technology), 2007
Madness, Truth-Telling, Playacting: The Spontaneous Singer in Shakespeare's Hamlet and King Lear (2014)
MA Thesis, English Literature
Uppsala University, Department of English
Professor Robert Appelbaum, advisor; Dr Stuart Robertson, examiner
"The Sweet Power of Music": Songs as Theatrical Devices in Much Ado About Nothing, Twelfth Night, Othello and The Tempest (2010)
BA Degree Project, English Literature
Stockholm University, Department of English
Dr Martin Regal, supervisor
Musikklass – ett pedagogiskt spänningsfält: en undersökning av lärares syn på musikklassverksamhet, musikalisk kunskap och musikalitet (2006)
Luleå University of Technology, Department of Music and Media, School of Music. 2006:194 ISSN 1402-1773
Senior lecturer Cecilia Ferm, supervisor; Professor Sture Brändström, examiner.
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