Bilde av Mikalsen, Paula Ryggvik
Bilde av Mikalsen, Paula Ryggvik
Centre for Women's and Gender Research Here you can find me

Paula Ryggvik Mikalsen

Postdoc, Arctic Auditories

Job description

Postdoctor with Arctic Auditories.

  • Paula Mikalsen :
    Gothic Infections: Henry Tilney and Storytelling as Therapy
    Tidsskrift for forskning i sygdom og samfund 2019 ARKIV / DOI
  • Paula Ryggvik Mikalsen :
    Listening to Water: Alternatives to Climate Engagement through Sound
  • Lisa Katrin Losleben, Paula Ryggvik Mikalsen :
    Å lytte på vannområder: demokratisk engasjement gjennom lyd i et tverrfaglig prosjekt med base i Tromsø/Romssa
  • Paula Ryggvik Mikalsen :
    Illness and the Scandinavian Gothic: Unnatural Illness Narratives in Scandinavian Fiction
    UiT Norges arktiske universitet 2022
  • Paula Ryggvik Mikalsen :
    Gothic Anorexia in Olga Ravn's "Celestine" (2015)
  • Paula Mikalsen :
    The Victorian Rebellion of the Gothic Grey Mice
  • Paula Mikalsen :
    Sjanger og kjønn i sykdomsnarrativ: Medical Humanities møter skjønnlitteratur
  • Paula Mikalsen :
    Reading as Illness in Jane Austen's "Northanger Abbey".

  • The 50 latest publications is shown on this page. See all publications in Cristin here →

    Research interests

    Fairytale studies and folklore

    Fantasy literature

    Gothic Literature Studies

    Monster research

    Monster methodologies

    Medical Humanities


    Narrative medicine

    Gender Studies


    Feminist Methodology


    NOR-3147 Health- and Illness Research in the Humanities

    Member of project


    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

    PhD in Nordic Literature, "Illness and Scandinavian Gothic: Unnatural Illness Narratives in Scandinavian Fiction" (2022)

    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