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Claudia Lindén

Claudia Lindén

Associate Professor

Senior Lecturer

School of Culture and Education

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Claudia Lindén
Senior Lecturer
Alfred Nobels allé 7
Södertörns Högskola
Phone: +46 8 608 4437
PA 208 Primus

I am Associate Professor in Comparative Literature, Södertörn University. Ph D. in Comparative Literature 2003, Stockholm University with diss. Om kärlek. Litteratur, sexualitet och politik hos Ellen Key. I have  published a number of studies on 19:th Century literature, History of feminist thought and Gender Theory. Presently responsible for the research project Maskulinitetens estetik. Modernitetens medborgare i 1800-talets Östersjöregion (funded by the Foundation for Baltic and East European Studies).

Between 2010-2015 i was also part of the project "Time, Memory and Representation: A Multidisciplinary Program on Transformations in Historical Consciousness, (funded by Riksbankens jubileumsfond, program director Prof. Hans Ruin, Philosophy Södertörns högskola) with the project "Historicizing as Method in Gender Theory and Research in Sweden". The aim was to critically investigate, from contemporary theories of corporeality, the uses of history and notions of time as a part of constructivist argumentation in gender theorizing.

I also teach at the School of Comparative Literature.

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Peer review publications in english


2014  "It Takes a Real Man To Show True Femininity. Gender-transgression in Goethes and Humboldts concept of Bildung, in The Humboldtian Tradition,red. Thomas Karlsohn, Brill Publisher 2014

2013 "Virtue as Adventure and Excess. Intertextuality, Masculinity, and Desire in the Twilight series" iCulture unbound 2013. (ca 20 s.)

http://www.cultureunbound.ep.liu.se/v5/cul13v5_feminist_cultural_studies.pdf< /p>

2011   "Temporality and Metaphoricity in Contemporary Swedish Feminist Historiography"i Rethinking Time.Essays on History, Memory, and Representation, Hans Ruin & Andrus Ehrs (eds.) Södertörn Philosophical Studies No 9, Huddinge 2011 (11 s.)