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Jørgen Bruhn

Department of Film and Literature Faculty of Arts and Humanities
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Bruhn has done research on Marcel Proust, M.M. Bakhtin, medieval French literature (Chrétien de Troyes), literary theory and history of the novel. In recent years Bruhn's work has focused on questions of intermediality and interart and he has published several articles and edited volumes in both Swedish, Danish and English on intermedial questions. Bruhn's books include Lovely Violence. The Critical Romances of Chrétien de Troyes (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010), and (with Anne Gjelsvik and Eirik Frisvold Hanssen as editors) Adaptation Studies. New Approaches, New Challenges (Bloomsbury 2013). His book Intermediality and Narrative Literature: Medialities Matter which includes case studies of Nabokov, Carver, Tobias Wolff and Jennifer Egan, was published in Palgrave MacMillan's Pivot series in April 2016. Bruhn’s latest books is the co-edited volume Litteratur mellem Medier (Aarhus Universitetsforlag 2017) and the monography, written with Anne Gjelsvik, Cinema between Media. An Intermediality Approach (Edinburgh UP, 2018). Currently, Bruhn is mainly occupied with the pathways between intermedial studies and contemporary ecocriticism, including the notion of the Anthropocene.


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  • Bruhn, J. (2010). Förord. Ekelöf mellan konstartarna : fyra essäer. lund, Lund intermedia press. 5-9.

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