Paula Mikaelsen
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Paula Mikaelsen
Department of Language and Culture paula.mikalsen@uit.no 77645319 TROM BRELIA N 228

Paula Ryggvik Mikalsen


PhD student

Job description

PhD Student, Nordic Literature at the Department of Language and Culture


  • Mikalsen, Paula. Gothic Infections: Henry Tilney and Storytelling as Therapy. Tidsskrift for forskning i sygdom og samfund 2019; Volum 16 (31). ISSN 1604-3405.s 45 - 59.s doi: 10.7146/tfss.v16i31.116956.
    • Mikalsen, Paula. Gothic Infections: Henry Tilney and Storytelling as Therapy. Tidsskrift for forskning i sygdom og samfund 2019; Volum 16 (31). ISSN 1604-3405.s 45 - 59.s doi: 10.7146/tfss.v16i31.116956.
  • Mikalsen, Paula. Reading as Illness in Jane Austen's "Northanger Abbey".. The Patient as Text - Revisited 2018-09-10 - 2019-09-13 2018.
  • Mikalsen, Paula. Sjanger og kjønn i sykdomsnarrativ: Medical Humanities møter skjønnlitteratur. ISK-dagen 2018-10-31 - 2018-10-31 2018.
  • Mikalsen, Paula. The Victorian Rebellion of the Gothic Grey Mice. International Gothic Association Conference 2018 2018-07-31 - 2018-08-03 2018.
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    Research interests

    Fairytale studies and folklore

    Fantasy literature

    Gothic Literature Studies

    Monster research

    Monster methodologies

    Medical Humanities

    Narratology 

    Narrative medicine

    Gender Studies

    Teaching

    NOR-3147 Health- and Illness Research in the Humanities


    Member of research group


    CV

    MA in English literature, 2013-2015, UiT
    "But you can't get me out of the story": Feminist revision of Fairy Tales in Short Stories by Margaret Atwood and Angela Carter".
    Åse Hiort Lerviks Award for Best MA thesis with a gendered topic, UiT, 2016

    Teaching,  NOR-3147, spring 2018
    International Gothic Association Conference 2018 in Manchester, conference with contribution
    Symposium in Paris September 2018, "Patient as Text - revisited", symposium with contribution


    BRELIA N 228

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